Train Bridge Over Kiowa Creek

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Locals tell of a huge train wreck that once occurred over the Kiowa Creek bridge, killing many passengers. On some nights, they say, a ghost train can be seen riding over the bridge.

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Address:
Bennett, CO
United States

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GPS:
39.752635544259554, -104.40890944017156
County:
Adams County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Bennett, CO (1.1 mi.)
Strasburg, CO (4.7 mi.)
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Peoria, CO (16.5 mi.)
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Lochbuie, CO (24.0 mi.)
Cottonwood, CO (24.7 mi.)
Parker, CO (24.8 mi.)

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  1. I am related to the people that own that section of the creek and I live there in Bennet. I haven’t heard of any ghost train and there were really only two passengers that passed. The two men were the Bennet brothers. The real name of Bennet was Kiowa, but after the brothers died the wives renamed the town Bennet. Also, if you go under the bridge and ask for knocks like one knock means yes and to means no the Bennet brothers will answer. Later after the accident, officials searched the whole creek fro the train but all the found was a coal shovel and a hat. It makes since that the train disappeared because the creek was quick sand at the time. I’ve personally seen Native Americans and a lady in white.

  2. I live on the east outskirts of Aurora and hear a train, not a semi, going down Smoky Hill Rd every night around 915 pm and I don’t believe there are any trains on the east side of Aurora

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