The Tale Of This Haunted Covered Bridge In Vermont Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine
Do you believe in spooks and ghosts? If you do, this haunted covered bridge in Vermont is just begging for a visit. The legend behind the spirit that supposedly lingers here is full of tragedy. The experiences of people who have visited the bridge are downright frightening. Let’s take a closer look at one of Vermont’s most eerie places.
What do you think? Is it a haunted covered bridge in Vermont or just an everyday brook crossing? Have you ever visited this Vermont haunted bridge? Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below. If you aren’t a scaredy cat, you will also want to check out some of these chilling cemeteries. For more adventures waiting for you in Stowe or elsewhere, be sure to check out Airbnb Experiences. You’ll get the ultimate local experience!
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Haunted Bridges In Vermont
What are some of the most haunted places in Vermont to visit?
One thing is for certain: the New England area can be very creepy. Maybe it's the long periods of darkness when the weather starts to get cold or the fog that rolls in. We have incredible falls but also some of the creepiest stories of ghosts and ghouls. A few suggestions if you like to get your heart racing:
- If you are looking for creepy stories then check out these 17 terrifying places in Vermont. Stories in this article range from haunted houses, mountains, lakes, and even Emily’s Bridge.
- There is a reason why people say this bridge is the most haunted bridge in Vermont. Maybe we can entice you with a whole nightmare-inducing road trip? It takes you to some of the most haunted places like inns, cemeteries, and houses.
- If you just want to go on a drive down the most haunted roads, we've got you covered there too. Just be warned that they call them the most haunted roads in Vermont for a reason.
- You should also know if you visit Stowe, as beautiful as it is, a dark presence resides over that land. It is considered one of the most haunted towns in all of the state.
We don't blame you if you don’t want to explore all of these ghoulish places, but just know if you decide to go, we warned you…
What are other covered bridges to visit in Vermont?
Vermont is known for having tons and tons of covered bridges, so if you are done being scared out of your mind and you just want to visit some pleasant covered bridges, we suggest: