16th Avenue Kaimuki Bridge

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A hit-and-run accident, according to local reports, is what led to the haunting of this bridge. The spirit of the little girl who was killed here is said to appear to pedestrians, asking them to help her find her way home. She disappears if she tries to go past the ends of the bridge.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    16th Ave
    Kaimuki, HI
    United States

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    GPS:
    21.278439924302674, -157.79524022338592
    County:
    Honolulu County, Hawaii
    Nearest Towns:
    Honolulu, HI (4.5 mi.)
    Waimanalo, HI (6.6 mi.)
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    Kailua, HI (9.3 mi.)
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    Hickam Housing, HI (11.3 mi.)

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