When a woman thought her two children were possessed by the devil, she drove them to Cry Baby Bridge to kill them. She drove over the bridge, killing both she and her kids. Witnesses report that if you park your car atop the bridge, roll down your windows, and honk three times, children’s voices can be heard yelling “Don’t do it, mother!”
The south end of Lemon’s Park is believed to be cursed. Once, there was a man who drove to the southern end of the park, parked his car, and proceeded to commit suicide. In another incident, a fatal car crash took place at the same end of the park, killing several children. The cause of the curse may be from the satanic worship that has been known to take place in the forest in the same region.
The Mound View Cemetery was used as a spot for Satanic rituals for several years. Rumor has it that Satan comes out from the bushes (located on two sides of the cemetery) at midnight on nights with full-moons or on Halloween night.
El Cero San Miguel has had several eyewitness reports of an apparition standing on the hill. Many believe that it is a devil, a demon, or simply a lost soul. While some say that he is red in color, others state that it is light blue.
Hunedoara Castle (also known as “Corvin Castle”, “Corvins’ Castle”, and “Hunyad Castle”) began construction under the orders of John Hunyadi, who was working on the castle with the goal of transforming the former keep built by Charles I of Hungary. Originally, the castle was given to John’s father, Voyk, by King Sigismund of Hungary as severance in 1409.
The Ovaltine Factory was abandoned some time during the 20th century (most likely during the 1960s). In the late 70s and early 80s, the factory had become a popular hangout for teenagers looking to party. During this time, it was also used by the homeless and satanic worship rituals for occult groups.