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Trestle Bridge - Real Haunts in Adrian MI

  • South of West Gier Road and Bailey Road
  • Adrian, MI
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The area is haunted by the spirit of a farmer. A farmhouse once stood nearby, but tragically one night it was burnt down. The farmer died in the barn trying to save his horses while his wife and son were killed by a train when they tried to flag one down under the Trestle Bridge that night.
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  • It's where my ex and I first held hands.

    I have been through here many times and felt nothing. My ex took me here when we first started dating and held hands here. That lasted 21 years. There's a spot nearby that contains old soda glass and old trash worth investigating. We used to call it "ghost trestles". It's sad that people choose to trash the place but then again there's a lot of trashy people.

    Posted 2/5/24

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  • Wresck on Wabash!

    The real stories is two trains hit head on one train had I suspecting 100 immigrants from Italy coming from Chicago the two trains collided locals and officials buried the unknown illegal bodies with the wreckage at that bridge next to tracks... One of yet another Dirty cover up for the now fortune 500 company WABASH!

    Posted 7/22/22

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    1 out of 3 found this review helpful

  • I saw a girl

    While visiting this bridge, I felt an INSANELY heavy feeling. It was so dark and intense, I couldn't even get close to it and had to stand about 20 feet away. I closed by eyes and heard screaming which was soon accompanied by a girl running along the train tracks. She had wavy dirty blonde hair, glasses, and a turtleneck. She seemed to be dressed in 70's attire. Her screams were just horrible. Every so often she would scream for help and I was just overcome with her feelings of terror. I wanted to see what she was running from, but I felt like it was a person. She didn't acknowledge I was there. I think she was just residual energy but her pure terror was like one I've never felt before. And the sheer dark and heaviness the bridge exuded was something I've only experienced when visiting places where people have been murdered and tortured. As we headed back to the car, my (very skeptical) friend saw 3 humanoid figures come out from the bushes and I saw a 4th watching from a few feet away. Granted, it was dark and we may have been seeing a post or part of a tree or something, but it was spooky nonetheless.

    Posted 11/5/19

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    15 out of 19 found this review helpful

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