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Jennie McGrath
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« Reply #45 on: February 04, 2008, 11:26:37 pm »

Sandra Taylor

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   posted 12-10-2005 08:30 PM                       
This also applies to areas where many car accidents occur and the deceased souls remain in order to influence others to make the area safer - by perhaps putting up speed signs, traffic lights, guard rails, etc. The deceased souls will be seen by those coming into the frequency.

Avon's Haunted Bridge

Between 1906 -1908 a bridge was built over White Lick Creek to hold railroad tracks.

During this period of construction one of the laborers was killed after falling into an unsealed support. The railroad didn't want to waste time or money to get him out, so the support was sealed with the worker still inside. In some versions of this tale, the worker's arm hung out of the support, and had to be cut off.

On hot summer days you can see the ghost's tears on the concrete of the bridge. Some people will tell you that there is no ghost - that the screams are just the product of wind, and that the tears are caused by condensation. But others will tell you that the ghost is real.

There are 2 other stories about ghosts connected to this bridge.

One has to do with a train engineer dying when a train crashed and went over into the creek.

The third version is about a woman who was crossing the bridge. She heard a train coming -jumped off the tracks - but her young child slipped through her arms and died!

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