Veterans Memorial Bridge - Orange Avenue Bridge

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The northeast side of the Orange Avenue Bridge (aka Veterans Memorial Bridge) is reportedly haunted by a dark-haired woman wearing a robe. Objects mysteriously get thrown about in this area.

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Veterans Memorial Bridge
Daytona Beach, FL
United States

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29.212402688989386, -81.00813317360007
Volusia County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Daytona Beach, FL (0.9 mi.)
Holly Hill, FL (2.8 mi.)
Daytona Beach Shores, FL (2.9 mi.)
South Daytona, FL (3.2 mi.)
Port Orange, FL (5.2 mi.)
Ormond Beach, FL (5.8 mi.)
Ponce Inlet, FL (9.1 mi.)
Ormond-by-the-Sea, FL (10.1 mi.)
Samsula-Spruce Creek, FL (11.7 mi.)
Glencoe, FL (13.1 mi.)


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  1. That is the home of Lillian…Lillian’s place is the place that has peeps that like to stay around. This is such a great place to visit…

  2. I was on patrol around midnight on the east side of the Orange Avenue Bridge when I noticed a woman cross the road in her nightgown. I didn’t get a good look at her, so I called dispatch with a description of a suspicious white female in a white nightgown, approximately 5’6″ – 5’9″; 30 – 40 years old. As I did a u-turn to check on her, she was gone. Fearing she was a jumper, I called for rescue. We never did find her. There was no possible way she made it to the end of the bridge (about 500 feet) in 20 seconds.

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