Ghost Bridge

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Allegedly haunted by the ghost of a woman who was killed in a car accident. She presumably roams the bridge looking for her boyfriend who survived the wreck. (I love how people ascribe motivations to ghosts and in the case of female ghost, it’s always looking for their lost love. Because everyone knows a woman can’t get into the afterlife without a man at her side).

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Geographic Information

Address:
Fiske Union, LA
United States

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GPS:
32.886618469402926, -91.5015932318056
Parish:
Morehouse Parish, Louisiana
Nearest Towns:
Oak Grove, LA (6.8 mi.)
Forest, LA (8.3 mi.)
Bonita, LA (10.4 mi.)
Pioneer, LA (11.1 mi.)
Wilmot, AR (12.5 mi.)
Kilbourne, LA (13.3 mi.)
Parkdale, AR (16.4 mi.)
Mer Rouge, LA (18.6 mi.)
Epps, LA (19.6 mi.)
Lake Providence, LA (20.1 mi.)

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