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This is the number one suicide location in the United States, with an average of 25 deaths per year (more than a thousand since construction). While the ghostly jumpers might still be there, another lessen known entity has been spotted in this vincinity. In 1853, the SS Tennessee sank in the area; since then, some people crew members on other boats have reported passing the Tennessee without seeing it on their radars.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

The Golden Gate Bridge
San Francisco, CA
United States

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37.8199286, -122.47825510000001
Nearest Towns:
Sausalito, CA (2.7 mi.)
Belvedere, CA (3.7 mi.)
Marin City, CA (3.8 mi.)
Tiburon, CA (3.9 mi.)
San Francisco, CA (4.5 mi.)
Tamalpais-Homestead Valley, CA (5.1 mi.)
Tamalpais Valley, CA (5.5 mi.)
Strawberry, CA (5.6 mi.)
Muir Beach, CA (6.3 mi.)
Alto, CA (6.4 mi.)


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