Gudgeonville Covered Bridge

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Even though the bridge was destroyed by an arsonist in 2008, activity has not stopped. EVP’s are picked up; a little girl (believed to be a girl who fell from nearby cliffs) is thought to be one of the voices that is picked up as well other unrecognizable voices. Light anomolies, apparitions, and other strange phenomena come up on camera.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Address:
Gudgeonville Rd
Girard Township, PA
United States

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GPS:
41.982398968346736, -80.26680922510423
County:
Erie County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Girard, PA (2.9 mi.)
Fairview, PA (3.4 mi.)
Platea, PA (3.9 mi.)
Avonia, PA (4.4 mi.)
Lake City, PA (4.6 mi.)
Middleboro, PA (6.4 mi.)
Cranesville, PA (6.6 mi.)
Albion, PA (8.2 mi.)
Edinboro, PA (10.2 mi.)
Springboro, PA (13.6 mi.)

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