Oakachoy Covered Bridge

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Vandals burned the bridge down a few years ago, but it was reported that it was haunted by a slave who was hanged nearby.

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Newman Road
Outside Alexander City, AL
United States

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32.84907, -86.046754
Coosa County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Ray, AL (2.7 mi.)
Our Town, AL (5.1 mi.)
Hissop, AL (6.9 mi.)
Alexander City, AL (8.5 mi.)
Kellyton, AL (9.1 mi.)
Rockford, AL (10.4 mi.)
Jacksons' Gap, AL (13.9 mi.)
Eclectic, AL (14.8 mi.)
Goodwater, AL (15.0 mi.)
Hackneyville, AL (16.0 mi.)

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  1. I lived very near here… used to go fishing with my grandfather at this spot. He was overtaken by psychiatric disorders very shortly after moving here… admitted to Bryce hospital. I have bizarre memories of this place.

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