The Story Behind This Haunted Louisiana Bridge Will Give You Nightmares
Louisiana has some very haunted places and is no stranger to bizarre ghost stories. But the haunted bridges in the state might be the most terrifying of all. This old legend around the Bayou Tortue Bridge in Louisiana, also known as Mary Jane’s Bridge, might make you want to investigate it for yourself — if you dare. Here’s more on one of the most haunted places in Louisiana.
Have you ever visited this bridge? Possibly the most haunted place in Louisiana? What did you think of it? Be sure to share your experiences with us in the comments below — we’d love to hear from you! Check out our list of all the other amazing bridges in Louisiana for more cool spots to visit.
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What are the most haunted hotels in Louisiana?
Some of the most notorious haunted hotels in Louisiana are:
- Andrew Jackson Hotel
- the Biscuit Palace
- Nottoway Plantation
- Dauphine Orleans Hotel
- Hotel Bentley
- Hotel Monteleone
What's the most dangerous bridge in Louisiana?
Now that you've learned all about the most haunted bridge, it's time to explore the most dangerous bridge in Lousiana. This title belongs to the Calcasieu River Bridge. Originally built in 1951, the structure was never intended to be an interstate bridge. Therefore, the bridge has become structurally deficient and was given a rating of 24 out of 100 by the Department of Transportation. For years, there have been rumors that the bridge would be reinforced, and the sooner the better. As of late 2020, the Louisiana Department of Transportation announced that it would begin the process of financing a new bridge. If everything goes to plan, a contract for the construction of a replacement could be granted in 2023.