Devil's Bridge

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It is said that the darkness inside is so dense that headlights can’t penetrate it for more than a few feet. It is also said that someone or something will catch rocks thrown inside; the thrower will not hear the rock land.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    2454 E Ashley Rd
    San Antonio, TX 78223
    United States

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    GPS:
    29.334613430737154, -98.455936253049
    County:
    Bexar County, Texas
    Nearest Towns:
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    1. I went there with fellow ghost hunters and recorded an EVP. I introduced myself and ask who are you? I got a voice repond, “Melvin”. Also, when we were winding up, I recorded another voice saying, “I’m here”. I later recorded that same voice at another haunted location here in San Antonio.

    2. When I was a teenager back in the early 70s, I knew the priest at the San Juan Church. He told me the Indians used to camp along the river there and would travel to that section of river to get water. I went down there a few times, next to the bridge and found pieces of old Indian pottery and square nails. I never saw or felt anything, but the priest did warn me to be careful. He had seen spirits walking around the grounds of the church, buildings and river area where they used to camp.

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