This bridge outside of Greensboro is said to be haunted by a phantom hitchhiker. Lydia was headed home from a dance in the early 1920s, and as her story goes, her date lost control of the car. He was kileld instantly, but she, badly injured, died on the roadside while trying to flag down help. Now a ghostly hitchhiker, she is usually seen wearing white and then disappears before she gets to her destination. She is also known as the Phantom Hitchhiker, the Vanishing Lady, and the Lady in White. The bridge is no longer used.
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- E. Main St.
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- 35.99722369477371, -79.92555060980521
- Guilford County, North Carolina
- Nearest Towns:
- Jamestown, NC (0.6 mi.)
High Point, NC (5.3 mi.)
Archdale, NC (6.3 mi.)
Trinity, NC (8.0 mi.)
Greensboro, NC (9.1 mi.)
Pleasant Garden, NC (9.4 mi.)
Thomasville, NC (11.8 mi.)
Kernersville, NC (11.8 mi.)
Wallburg, NC (12.0 mi.)
Forest Oaks, NC (12.3 mi.)
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