One Of The Most Haunted Bridges Near New Orleans, Huey P. Long Bridge Has Been Around Since 1935

New Orleans is known for a lot of things – Mardi Gras, jazz music, amazing food — but it’s especially known for its creepy history. Madame LaLaurie’s mansion where she tortured her slaves still stands today, St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 is rumored to be crawling with ghosts, and so are several others bars and hotels in the area. Basically you can find a haunted anything around New Orleans — including a haunted bridge.

The Huey P. Long Bridge, built during the Great Depression by engineer Ralph Modieski, is rumored to be a forever home for several spirits. Plenty of people have sworn they’ve seen mysterious spectral figures appear out of nowhere while driving and walking the bridge. But who could they be?

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Clearly, this bridge is spookier than it looks! Keep an eye out next time you walk Huey P. Long Bridge… you never know what — or who — you might see.

Address: Huey P Long Bridge, Parish Governing Authority District 2, LA, USA