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Haunted Bridge on the outskirts of town
Anson, Tx 79501

County: Jones County
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An old metal bridge in the outskirts is supposedly haunted by some hanging victim. It is extremely loud if you drive on it and if walked upon footstep can be heard underneath and wind blowing on one side yet be calm on the other.

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Last updated on : 6/1/2005

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               Like      Dislike        Comment# 7112     11/16/2007 2:35:00 PM     Edit       Reply    

I went out there a long time ago and didn`t physically see or hear anything too weird, but did it definitely felt eerie out there.

               Like      Dislike        Comment# 9000     1/30/2008 7:02:00 PM     Edit       Reply    

Once, this bridge started vibrating/shaking heavily for no apparent reason when my friend and I were crossing it on foot late one night. Scared the hell out of us.

               Like      Dislike        Comment# 78889     7/20/2012 2:22:00 PM     Edit       Reply    

What's the street road of it ?

               Like      Dislike        Comment# 78892 ReplyTo# 78889     7/20/2012 4:37:00 PM     Edit          


The Anson Bridge,( also known as the Hangman’s Bridge and the Bitter Creek Bridge) is located on CR-455 and CR-447 in Anson, Texas.

Story of the Anson Bridge | Hangman’s Bridge | Bitter Creek Bridge:

The tales surrounding this once popular urban legend have been overshadowed somewhat by the Anson lights. Anson Bridge was, according to some, the site of a wrongful execution. An innocent man was said to have been hanged on the Bitter Creek Bridge by the Sheriffs and Deputies in the area. The ghost of this man supposedly haunts the bridge, seeking revenge against the people who put him to death sometime in the 1800’s.

The bridge makes a lot of noise. People report hearing it groan and creek eerily in the wind. Some people report that the wind blows on one side, but not on the other at times. Other people have heard disembodied footsteps following them when they try to go out onto the bridge to see what they can see.

Years ago, the state of Texas replaced the old steel bridge with a new steel and concrete version.





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