Its actual name is the Napoleon Bonaparte Broward Bridge, and it seems to be a popular place for ghosts. The 1988 structure is said to be haunted by an African-American woman whose apparition is seen walking along the bridge. Reports say she died when she was thrown over the bridge by an unknown attacker. Several others are rumored to have intentionally jumped from the bridge.
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- 9A at St. Johns River
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- 30.386143, -81.55770469999999
- Duval County, Florida
- Nearest Towns:
- Jacksonville, FL (6.9 mi.)
Atlantic Beach, FL (10.1 mi.)
Neptune Beach, FL (10.9 mi.)
Jacksonville Beach, FL (11.7 mi.)
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Sawgrass, FL (17.4 mi.)
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