Most Haunted Bridge In Indiana
Dog Face Bridge
It always seems that every state has a bridge with some kind of story, usually the story is of some type of tragedy. Indiana is no exception to that case, there are a ton of various bridges in the state that are supposedly haunted. But out of all the haunted bridges, this one tops the cake!
One of the legends say that a couple who was just married was headed to their honeymoon destination when they approached the bridge, there was a dog on the bridge and it caused them to swerve, crash, and die in the process.
However there are a few different versions of the story but they all lead to the same ending. It’s said that if you walk on the path that leads from the bridge that a woman with the head of a dog will come out and chase you, if she catches up to you she will kill you and eat you…. hmmm
The thing is that throughout the years supposedly people have found bodies out there, could this have just been a story though? No real proof of any bodies have been found out there, could it also be part of the story to make it even scarier?
Check out the full story here and let us know your thoughts!
Source – Allen Adduci
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My Grandfather owned that property in 1950 and passed it on to us until 2000. There was no car accident there. A woman died there which could have been a murder by her separated husband who lived in a hut and trapped for food. He moved out in 1970. My Dad built a shack cabin for his friends to hang out in 1985. He drove a small truck and his black Scotty dog would sit in the passenger seat. The dog looked like a woman from the distance. Someone started the ghost story and my Dad thought it was funny so he never tried to correct the story. There you have the truth.