The Crying Bridge Discussion Forum: CALENDAR: PARANORMAL EVENT ANNOUNCEMENTS: The Crying Bridge
P.Rican Btch on Saturday, November 22, 2003 - 09:02 am:

I am a 15year old girl. I live in Puerto Rico. The story I am going to tell you is 100% true. I witnesed it with my own eyes about 13 years ago. So this is what happened. I lived in a small house next to a bridge. Every weekend I could hear people pasing buy on horses at night. One weekend I decided to stay up and watch these mysterious horsemen. At exaclty 12:00pm I heard the footsteps of a horse. This time it was just one. Then I see the horse on the bridge. The guy that was on it got off the horse and as soon as he got off the horse you could hear a baby cry. The man as soon as he heard the baby looked around to see where it was coming from.(I was to afraid to move) The guy now started to walk down the side of the bridge, aparently the baby cry was coming from under the bridge. The guy dissapered under the bridge. 5 minutes later the guy comes up with something that looked like the baby in his arms. He got onto his horse and the baby started to cry again. Ha had something to eat in his bag and he tried to give it to the baby. The baby only looked like he was a couple of months old. But when the guy gave the food to the baby the baby said,"I don't want your food. I want your soul" Then the guy and the baby and the horse dissapered in less that an instant. Now since that night every day at 12:00pm you can hear horse steps and a baby cry. They have changed the name of the bride form Crystal River Bridge to The Crying Bridge. I no longer live there. Well no one does the house is abandoned. But some of the neighboors say that sometimes they can see the lights in the house turn on and they can see people walk through and the light would turn off again.

By Callicantzaros on Tuesday, December 23, 2003 - 11:54 am:

nice story tell to readers digest

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