Lovelady Bridge

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Reportedly the site of a suicide or car accident in which a pregnant woman died. Apparently you can hear her crying at night on the bridge.

(Photo courtesy of Steve Osborne)

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Geographic Information

Pittman Ave
Camp Hill, AL
United States

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32.80298706202153, -85.65359320635986
Tallapoosa County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Camp Hill, AL (0.2 mi.)
Waverly, AL (6.3 mi.)
Dadeville, AL (6.8 mi.)
Jacksons' Gap, AL (10.9 mi.)
Loachapoka, AL (14.1 mi.)
Lafayette, AL (16.0 mi.)
Reeltown, AL (16.4 mi.)
Auburn, AL (16.6 mi.)
Notasulga, AL (16.8 mi.)
Daviston, AL (17.3 mi.)


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  1. I grew up in Reeltown so all I have to say is true. That is NOT a picture of the bridge. The bridge is NOT in Camp Hill. The bridge is on Lovelady Road, Dadevlle,AL. There’s about 4 stories of what actually happened.

    1) She killed her child by thowing him/her off the bridge.
    2) She committed suicide.
    3) Her boyfriend killed her while she was getting a cigarette.
    4) The wreck.

    Ways to summon her

    1) Say “Lovelady,Lovelady we have your baby”.
    2) At exactly midnight, flash your headlights 3 times.
    3) Do number 2 but add number 1 to it.
    4) Offer her a cigarette

    That’s the only ones I’ve ever heard, and I grew up hearing all of that. Hope I’ve helped.

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