Stay Away From Delaware’s Most Haunted Road After Dark Or You May Be Sorry

Seaford or Woodland residents know all about Delaware’s most haunted road – a short bridge on Route that’s known locally as Maggie’s Bridge. According to local legend, a young woman named Maggie Bloxom was decapitated in an accident on this bridge in the late 19th century. To convince you further, a local cemetery has Maggie Bloxom’s grave, and she did die young. Maggie, pregnant at the time of her death, continues to linger at the spot, searching for her lost baby – and perhaps her head. When you get to the bridge, you’re supposed to get out of your car and yell into the night “Maggie, I have your baby!”

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If you want to find Maggie’s Bridge, plug your starting address into this Map and head down with your flashlights and sense of adventure. If you want to make it part of a haunted road trip, we’ve got a full interactive guide, including a map, here.