Cry Baby Bridge - Real Anderson Haunt
- High Shoals Road
- Anderson, SC
The Cry Baby Bridge is closed off for vehicles, but it is still accessible on foot. All you have to do is walk along the path of Cry Baby Creek, the very same creek where a young mother lost her infant in the waters. If you visit the bridge late at night, you can hear the cries of the child and sometimes you can see the apparition of the young mother, desperately searching for her baby.
My experience at crybaby bridge
My aunt said mama I got your baby once normally, second time was louder, and last time she practically screamed it. I rolled down my window, looked outside with a flashlight, then she looked at hers with the flashlight without rolling it down, and we saw dragged down fingerprints. I screamed at her to drive above the speed limit.Posted 1/2/21
4 out of 6 found this review helpful
cry baby bridge
Me and my bff her bf and my bf went last night and I seen the mother looking for her baby in the pic I took and also when I got back to the car we seen hand prints on the car window and when my friends walked across and cams back they legs was shaky and hardly could walk Posted 6/23/19
13 out of 17 found this review helpful
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