Three Bridges Road

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Three Bridges Road is known to ghost enthusiasts as the place where Eloise, a Civil War-era slave, roams. So her story goes, Union soldiers killed Eloise’s master nearby, and the distraught slave woman was reluctant to leave her master’s body. When soldiers found her there mourning his death, they killed her too. Now, her ghost is said to roam along the road, screaming.

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3 Bridges Road
Powdersville, SC
United States

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34.77856061076627, -82.51533025495519
Anderson County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Powdersville, SC (1.6 mi.)
Golden Grove, SC (5.1 mi.)
Creekside Apartments, SC (5.2 mi.)
Gantt, SC (5.4 mi.)
Welcome, SC (5.5 mi.)
Piedmont, SC (6.0 mi.)
Easley, SC (6.0 mi.)
Parker, SC (6.1 mi.)
Judson, SC (6.2 mi.)
Dunean, SC (6.3 mi.)


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  1. My husband, my friend and her boyfriend, and I all went one night. We were kind of sceptical about the bridge because we went to crybaby bridge earlier and nothing happened, so we thought why not. You wouldn’t think with that road living right by two sub divisions, you wouldn’t see anything. Well as soon as we all went over the bridge, my boyfriend nearly jumped out of his seat pointing down past the bridge because he said he seen a woman in a white dress standing down in the twined and river beside the bridge. I was too much of a puss to look so I turned around and made our friend and her boyfriend look, even tho where he had seen this it was going to Ben on my side. Well , my friend took my loght, shit it down past the bridge and my boyfriend seen it again and so did she. Me for one, still didn’t see it. Still too scared to look.! Once again I turned my car around and made my boyfriend hold the flashlight and look down in there past the bridge in the twines. Nothing. Turned the car around. Again. The last time I turned it around . I slowly creeped up to the very first bridge on that road. My friend shined the light on the bridge. Actually shined it on this woman who was in like a 1860’s white gown. She was stinging right beside the bridge this time. She flings the flashlight, my boyfriend hits my arm, covers his head, which projects me to look over. I see this white collar, black hair, a mouth, and that’s all. My friend yells “ go! She doesn’t even have to get the “O” out of “GO” before I floor it . One of the most scariest times of my life. My friends boyfriend in my backseat was so scared, he kept his eyes closed the whole time. I was literally shaking when I floored it over that bridge. About 3.4 miles down the road I had to pull over I was shaking so bad and tears were running from my eyes. No it wasn’t a bad, no it wasn’t a sign. I won’t go back to see what it was cause I feel like if we all would’ve went back across one more time, just one, she would’ve been standing on the bridge itself infront of my car. I still can’t believe that my boyfriend saw something. He NEVER gets scared. Never. This experience made his heart race and I refuse to bring it up.

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