Cry Baby Bridge

This road is located around the corner from Whippoorwill Valley Rd Supposedly a baby drowned in the water underneath the bridge. If you stop there at 1AM you can hear the baby crying. Furthermore if you stop on the bridge and turn off your car, it won’t restart. We visited here at sunset and we heard nothing except gurgling water. We turned the car off, and it started up again without incident. The road is unpaved and narrow at spots, but there is nothing particularly spooky about it. As always, visit it at night and everything is spookier, so I wouldn’t waste my time coming here during the day.

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7 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by ajaris on October 30, 2011 at 5:58 PM

    we walk that road very often for exercise and never heard anything or saw anything weird.

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  2. Posted by Chris on August 1, 2011 at 1:09 AM

    I actually went to whipporwill and cooper road tonight and over like 20 times and we’veseen some crazy shit. If you head down whipporwill after you pass that pond and bridge, if u keep traveling down there is a no tresspassing wooden fence sign. if you go in there you are almost guaranteed to be chased by trucks. The scariest time we were chased was when two trucks chased us back onto the main road and as they past us we saw “1488” tattoed on his neck which is the numbers for white supremecists. Ive also heard girls screaming, things being dragged through the woods, ive heard the baby crying at crybaby bridge, ive even seen a couple having sex in there car on the road and its always a good experience when i go down ther. ive even met other explorers there and with them we amassed a group of about 20 brave enough to go into the cemetary to see the dancing jesus statue. definatly a great place to check out

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  3. We stopped by here today about an hour before it got dark. We killed the car and tried to start it and nothing happened. Brian’s mouth dropped and Fitz broke into laughter of disbelief. It did however start on the 5th or 6th try. The weird thing was that normally when you turn the key you get that the “engine is dead” clicking sound; no noise, the dashboard lit up and that was it. It blew our minds. We also visited Whipporwill. there is a tree that looks like humans are trapped in it. and i believe we did pass a bridge on that road but it was really small. nothing special about that road. also the legend about the bumps on the road if you read wnj: it depends on which side of this sketchy road you’re on. to be honest though idk if id go to hear a baby cry at 1 am after the car’s electricity was disabled by some supernatural force. no joke btw

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  4. Posted by Matt on June 2, 2009 at 7:37 PM

    me and some of my friends want to check it out… where exactly is this? what town and county?

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  5. Posted by Katy on April 11, 2009 at 9:43 PM

    I travel Cooper rd daily and have lived in the area my entire life, I cross that bridge almost daily and the rest of the surrounding property by horseback a few times per week, that is not cry baby bridge, cry baby bridge is on whippoorwill valley rd. it is an old (1700’s I think) cobblestone bridge in front of the old mill at the end nearest chapel hill rd (the old mill is now a home but the mill itself is still there attached to the front of the house).

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