One Of The Most Haunted Bridges In Montana, Snowden Bridge, Has Been Around Since 1913
By Marla S.|Published March 12, 2021
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While it’s common to hear of houses and towns that are haunted, how often do you hear of a haunted bridge? Well, if you happen to be in Montana, be sure to satisfy your curiosity for seeing something that’s haunted and check out Snowden Bridge.
Snowden Bridge is very close to Mondak – an old ghost town in Montana with a colorful past. At about the time the bridge was made, there was a lynching that took place in Mondak. To this day, locals claim to see a dead body floating near the bridge on a chunk of ice.
If you want to see Snowden Bridge and (possibly) the ghost for yourself, head north to Bainville.