One Of The Most Haunted Bridges In Southern California, Colorado Street Bridge, Has Been Around Since 1912

In July 1912, construction began on an absolutely gorgeous bridge in Pasadena, California, over the Arroyo Seco River. Construction ended in 1913, and for years, the Colorado Street Bridge was a point of pride for Southern California residents. However, in November 1919, something changed. A person plummeted to their death from the top of the 150-foot-tall landmark.

By 1932, it was well-known by a very different name: The Suicide Bridge.

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Address: 504 W Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91105, USA