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Devil`s Bridge
Cochran, Ga 31014

County: Bleckley
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This bridge was supposedly used by a Satanic cult to perform their rituals under in years passed. It is said that if you park your car there at night, turn off your lights and put your keys on the hood that headlights will appear over the hill and race toward you disappearing as they reach the bridge.

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Last updated on : 6/1/2005

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               Like      Dislike        Comment# 58734     9/27/2010 9:12:00 AM     Edit       Reply    


               Like      Dislike        Comment# 63507     12/1/2010 7:35:00 AM     Edit       Reply    

Last Seen: 12/3/2010 7:21:23 AM  
I Used to go there a lot back in 2004-2005.(I lived in Cochran and there wasn't a whole lot to do there) I never saw anything, or heard anything, but unusual/weird/ creepy things did happen on several occasions while I was there. One time I went to the bridge around 11:30pm with some friends. We parked the car but left the motor running so we could listen to the radio. We'd find a good radio station but the station would change, flip to another without us touching the radio. Now I know that's not paranormal, but what was weird was the station that the radio kept flipping to was a gospel channel that was playing some really haunting music that sounded like it belonged in a horror movie. We continued to flip through the stations but it always would flip right back to the gospel station.
Another time I went out to the bridge one night to take pictures of a friends band. I had put a fresh set of batteries in the camera in preparation for the "photo shoot." We got to the bridge, we all got out and I arranged everyone in a pose, took one picture and my camera died. I thought it was weird, but my camera wasn't the best so I didn't think much of it dying (I was just annoyed) Luckily, someone else brought their camera with them. I took another picture and that camera died! Not saying that was paranormal, but it was really odd.
It's a really cool place out in the middle of nowhere that is worth a visit.   

               Like      Dislike        Comment# 64548 ReplyTo# 63507     12/26/2010 8:50:00 AM     Edit          

I live in Cochran and would like the location of the bridge please...

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Last Seen: 12/26/2010 8:53:17 AM  
I live in cochran and would like the location of places around cochran, eastman, hawkinsville ect...

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Last Seen: 12/3/2010 7:21:23 AM  
It's been 5 years since I've been to the bridge so I can't remember the names of all the roads. So bare with me and my half-assed directions.
If you are coming from Cochran, you hop on Dykes Street/SR 126 going towards Hawkinsville. You'll cross into Pulaski county and go a few miles into Pulaski county past the cemetery and the Vet's office. The road (which I believe is Georgia 257) you turn onto to get to the Bridge will be on your left. Take GA 257 for a few minutes till you get to the 2nd major road on your right. This road is a dirt road and runs through what a believe is a corn field. It's next to an old farm house and a little lake. This road will take you right to the bridge.
Now I'm not 100% sure this is right. Like I said before it's been 5 years since I've been to the bridge and I've only been to the bridge at night. I really hope these directions are correct. What I would do is ask around the locals before I headed out for the bridge. Someone will know how to get there.
Good luck! And let me know if you find it!

               Like      Dislike        Comment# 85157     7/6/2014 10:40:00 AM     Edit       Reply    

Sounds like you're describing Bushers Mill bridge, which has been wiped out since the flood of '94.




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