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Cry Baby Hollow Bridge - Real Hartselle Haunt

   
  • Kayo Road
  • Hartselle, AL
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There are several variants on the story of Cry Baby Hollow Bridge, many taking place in different time periods. A baby is said to have died on the old bridge, either in a car or wagon accident, or at the hands of someone with murderous intent. There is also a version of the story in which the child was a Native American who was swept away from his or her mother during an intense flood. Motorists say they have heard the cries of the baby's spirit as they pass over the bridge, and that their cars rattle and shake while traversing it.
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