The drive to Cry Baby Bridge involved mainly country roads. Of course I did not go alone, I took a few of my best friends with me, Kenley, Arwen. Of course with us being three 16 years old girls, we told each told our parent we were having a sleepover instead of what we were really doing. We all met in the CVS parking lot at sunset to set off on our journey. The ride there involved us joking around about the said haunting and jamming out to our favorite music. Twenty minutes later we arrived at the bridge. As we drove up to the bridge, both sides of the road were covered in woods. At one time, this bridge was one of the only ways to cross the Little Wabash River.
We stopped just short of the bridge. The bridge looked like it was from the days when people got around using horse and buggy. It had a metal frame but the actual road part was wooden. When you walked across the bridge, it would creak.
After walking across the bridge and laughing at each about how none of this was true, we decided to sit in the middle of the bridge and just talk. There was a break in the c...
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...enly, she just vanished into thin air. It was then I thought to give the car one last chance to get out of there. By the grace of god, it finally worked. We drove off as fast as possible spinning our wheels and throwing gravel.
It was in that moment that the haunting was over. Although, we did not realize it at that point time. For the first few minutes we were in the car no one said a word. I couldn’t even think of way to describe what had just happened to us. I thought that people were going to call us crazy, if we told them what happened. Let alone our parents, who warned us about going there. We all made a vow to each to never speak of this night to anyone. After about five minutes into the drive home my car started to make a weird noise. It sounded like high pitch squeal. Moment later we came to a stop and the car broke down. By this time it is nearly midnight.
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