Bridge in Refuge


Clanton, Alabama

BUILT: Unknown
STATUS: Open

History

The bridge in Refuge, Alabama is a one-lane crossing considered to be in the “middle of nowhere.” If visited at night, peculiar noises can be heard. Strange light orbs have been seen floating in the area. Visitors say that if you exit your car, you will be chased by a dark entity and feel an evil presence.


Sources

  1. Forgotten USA. “Bridge in Refuge,” www.ForgottenUSA.com
  2. Strange USA. “Bridge in Refuge,” www.StrangeUSA.com

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. anon says:

    I’m with the South Paranormal Investigators. You do not get chased by anything; we went last night. There is also more then one spirit there. We only saw the lady just like the story goes. You do hear strange noises. I personally felt something poke me twice in my back close to my neck. I showed everybody. Turned out it was a scratch. The spirit wouldnt quit touching me there. There’s definitely something evil there.

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    1. Hi anon,
      Thanks for sharing your story — it is always great to receive a personal encounter like this. Were you able to get any photos of the apparition of the woman?

      Ghostly World
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  2. Cynthia says:

    All these sightings happen at night, so what time are they supposed to happen? Also if it is evil why only appear at night especially if it doesn’t want you around because I know of people fishing and swimming at the bridge. Just doesn’t make sense but I’m open minded so anything is possible.

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