Ceylon Covered Bridge

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Local legend has it that many years ago a group of teens performed a séance here, during which a body fell to the floor, leaving a big blood stain near the pentagram they drew. The experience is rumored to have opened a portal from which strange things come.

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Co Road 950 S
NE of Ceylon, IN
United States

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40.614262606062866, -84.94289159752952
Adams County, Indiana
Nearest Towns:
Geneva, IN (1.7 mi.)
Berne, IN (3.0 mi.)
Bryant, IN (5.7 mi.)
Monroe, IN (9.0 mi.)
Vera Cruz, IN (9.3 mi.)
Willshire, OH (12.2 mi.)
Portland, IN (12.6 mi.)
Pennville, IN (13.6 mi.)
Bluffton, IN (14.7 mi.)
Poneto, IN (14.9 mi.)

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  1. My friends and I walked this bridge tonight.. We find a new haunted place every night of the summer to drive to, and this one was slightly creepier than most of the others. There is lighting on the bridge, so it isn’t as scary, but we still heard a knock from under the bridge. Also, there is a trail off to the side that leads back into the forest.. nothing major happened, but it was definitely creepy.

    • I grew up in Geneva and spent many nights on the bridge in the late 70s early 80s and never seen or experienced anything out of the ordinary. It’s still a beautiful bridge to visit. I walk it every time I return home. I have even put it on the cover of my new book. Words of an Ordinary Man vol.2

  2. I can remember when you could drive your car across it.when we went camping at Amish Villa I am now 63.my dad would pull his camper across it.

  3. Charlene Archer  |  

    Used to ride our bikes here every summer. Heard noises there all the time one time when we went their was salt spread across the entrance of each side like on the supernatural show. Seriously thought they should have filmed an episode there. Once I went by myself & their was this teenage guy asking if id seen his sister that he’d been waiting there a long time for her so I volunteered to help him look & he helped me down the side of the rocks when I turned he was gone I assumed he was inside the bridge but when I’d climbed back up he was gone

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