Coon Creek Bridge

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About five miles south of Barnes on the east side of Coon Creek Bridge, you may see the ghost of a young girl walking through the woods, especially just before sunrise. Her identity is unknown, as townspeople have no knowledge of any deaths ever occurring nearby.

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Geographic Information

All American Road
South of Barnes, KS
United States

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39.64806203465942, -96.86292833081097
Washington County, Kansas
Nearest Towns:
Barnes, KS (4.5 mi.)
Waterville, KS (6.8 mi.)
Greenleaf, KS (8.2 mi.)
Blue Rapids, KS (11.1 mi.)
Linn, KS (12.0 mi.)
Palmer, KS (14.8 mi.)
Washington, KS (15.4 mi.)
Randolph, KS (16.0 mi.)
Green, KS (16.9 mi.)
Hanover, KS (17.0 mi.)


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  1. It is probably either Betty Bolejack or her cousin, they drowned in their farm pond just southeast of Coon Creek Bridge in the summer of 1970 or 1971.

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