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Haunted Bridges & Overpasses Across Pennsylvania

It's no surprise that Bridges & Overpasses are known to be haunted - they're often the site of tragic accidents, and lover's quarrels gone awry. It is believed by many that when someone dies unexpectedly, or in a shocking or gruesome manner, their soul imprints on the location of the tragedy. Across Pennsylvania, there are numerous bridges and overpasses where locals have claimed to see ghostly apparitions, haunted hitchhikers, and the spirits of those who met an untimely demise at that location. Find out where you can spot local ghosts on local bridges below.
 
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  •   133 Kiester Road Slippery Rock, PA
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    This home is rumored to be haunted by a malevolent ghost who many believe is a Native American mass murderer named Sam Mohawk. He was hanged for murdering a woman and her five children near where the home stands. Read More

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  •   The Devil's Elbow Altoona, PA
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    Along Wopsy Road, there is a dangerous curve that is called "The Devil's Elbow." The area is rumored to be haunted by a ghostly white lady that was believed to be a new bride on her honeymoon at the Wopsononock Hotel, which burned down long ago. The ghostly bride has been seen wandering along the road with a candle, possibly in search of her husband, whose body was never found after... Read More

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  •   Hag of Pine Street Philadelphia, PA
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    Stories say the Hag of Pine Street was an elderly woman who died at her home, which is located between 6th & 7th streets. Her spirit has been spotted in the area, glaring out of the window of her former home. She also is said to yell and brandish her cane at the younger generation. Read More

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  •   Albertus L. Meyers Bridge Allentown, PA
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    This concrete arch bridge also known as the Eighth Street Bridge was built in 1913. It runs over the Little Lehigh Creek and was known as the world's longest and highest concrete bridge at the time. In the course of its existence, there have been as many as 80 suicides committed on it over the course of a hundred years - many of which are well-documented. There are claims by people that... Read More

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  • Sachs Covered Bridge near Gettysburg, PA
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    Built in 1854, the Sachs Covered Bridge, also known as Sauck's Bridge, spans over the 100 feet long Marsh Creek. Locals report haunting experiences can be found here like a strange fog that would gather quickly and the appearance of ghostly figure in battle would appear. There has also been images of orbs in photos taken of the bridge. The bridge was added to the National Register... Read More

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  •   3406 Brownsville Road Pittsburgh, PA
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    This home on Brownsville Road is also known as "The Demon of Brownsville Road," in the book by Bob Cranmer. Many believe the home is haunted by a demon, hence its nickname, and according to Cranmer, the demon manifested in more ways than one. It appeared as a black fog, a bad smell, or an unseen attacker. The author also described blood-dripping walls, destroyed rosaries and bent... Read More

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