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Cry Baby Bridge & Kali Oka

Saraland, Alabama
By Robin Wright

Take a turn off of Kali Oka Road in Saraland, Alabama, go carefully around Dead Man’s Curve (so named for the numerous fatal car accidents) and you will be heading towards Cry Baby Bridge and the Kali Oka Plantation. The plantation may look familiar to independent film buffs as it was used as the location for the horror film â??Dead Birds,â? where a mix of demonology and voodoo create a horrible place to stay the night in post-Civil War Alabama. There is an eerie aura around the plantation house and the smaller house that was once the slavesâ?? quarters. Some have said they have seen a woman in white lighting candles in a window. Others have spotted a hulking African American man, believed to have once been a slave on the plantation, walking the Kali Oka Road. These two ghosts, it has been said, are the reason you can hear a baby cry at night on the bridge just down the road.

The woman was the mistress of the plantation house, and her husband was an abusive, cold-hearted master. The giant was a slave and the Mistress’s lover. One night, the master of the house followed his wife as she entered the slavesâ?? quarters just behind the plantation house. He caught them in a lovers’ embrace, pulled them apart and at knife-point, forced the slave to a tree where he was chained up. Both of his hands were cut off for daring to touch the masterâ??s wife, and he was left to die as a warning to others. Afterwards, the mistress of the house discovered she was pregnant. According to local tradition, she delivered a baby boy in the woods and drowned him in the nearby creek, where Cry Baby Bridge crosses today. Now, they say, one can hear the baby cry as his poor, innocent body touches the cold, running water in a constant repetition of his motherâ??s desperate betrayal. The slave still walks the road, looking for the son heâ??ll never know on the mortal plane.

But there is another version of the story, too…

Some believe the Master actually showed favoritism towards his behemoth slave. After the master’s death, however, the wife was the one who tied him up to the tree because she hated him so much. Insanely jealous, she supposedly left him tied to the tree in front of the house so that she could watch as he died a slow death.

Cry Baby Bridge also has multiple legends as to why one can hear a baby cry when you cross it at night. Some say a bunch of kids were playing on the bridge when they knocked a boy into the creek, where he downed. There are a few versions that a woman and her baby had a tragic accident. In some versions, she escapes and doesnâ??t even try to save the baby, in others, both she and the baby die. Those who follow logic claim that the sound is actually the wind blowing across the pipes that lay beneath the bridge, but that does not explain why cars have so much trouble crossing the bridge at night. Cars will stall, lights will go haywire, and some have even reported that their cars have moved from one end of the bridge to the other without any earthly aid.

Some have tried to get physical proof of the bridge’s haunting by sprinkling baby powder on a car from bumper to bumper. Wait inside the car for a few minutes, then go out and look. Some say that you will see a toddler’s hand and footprints. Another, much more satisfying twist on this (some have suggested) is to send a passenger out to sprinkle the car with baby powder. When they get out, drive away, leaving them alone in the dark to experience the bridge for themselves for a few frightening minutes. But we would never suggest such shenanigans….

No one knows which, if any, of the stories are true. Everyone does agree, however, that there is something definitely otherworldly in this area of Alabama. The plantation house has been relatively recently purchased and renovated by a family who do not seem bothered by the ghosts that haunt Kali Oka Road.

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becky says:

September 18, 2005, 5:26 pm

Interested in Cry Baby bridge, I need directions please!

Rachel says:

September 19, 2005, 12:29 am

Interested in cry baby bridge in Olathe, KS. I need to know where it is at in Olathe, KS. Please Help. Thank You.

Jessica says:

September 27, 2005, 12:00 pm

I would also like directions. My friends and I are planning on going around and finding some freaky things and see if they are true. Sounds scary enough for me! Thanks

cheryl says:

October 1, 2005, 1:27 am

Cry Baby Bridge…..directions…..Go out Hwy 45 North past Kushla and Mauvilla….on your right just past Dean Brothers Auto you will see a road…Kali Oaka….turn there….go approximately a mile, maybe a mile and a half…when you come to an old bridge that runs over a creek..that is Cry Baby Bridge. The dirt road that is just before it on the left has an old plantation on it, now owned by the University of South Alabama….there is an old cemetery there…..reported to be haunted.
The actual story of Cry Baby Bridge is that one time some boys were playing on the bridge and one of them got pushed in and he drowned…it is supposedly his spirit that haunts the bridge.

yooo says:

October 3, 2005, 4:08 pm

i need help!! i need directions to cry baby bridge in new jersey.. i think in woodbridge? if anyone knows wehre this is please leave some directions!!

Chris says:

October 4, 2005, 1:25 pm

Hey Yooo, damn straight you need some f**king help! Although, it makes sense a begging whiner like you would want to know how to get to Cry Baby Bridge!

Jake says:

October 4, 2005, 8:03 pm

If your reading this than your all F-ing stupid why would you put babypowder on a bridge? Why waste it you could use it on something else.

Ashley says:

October 6, 2005, 10:38 pm

I’ve been to Cry Baby’s Bridge and it is very real, you do hear the baby crying and the baby powder does work,I also had muddy baby foot prints appear on my car.

Kaitlyn says:

October 9, 2005, 11:29 am

this is no joke ive been to cry baby bridge in nj and i didnt hear crying but when i looked on my car i found baby prints along the hood

Krista says:

October 10, 2005, 6:41 pm

I heard about crybaby bridge in Edgefield, South Carolina, and I wanted directions because a couple friends and I want to go check it out oueselves.

brittney Jones says:

October 11, 2005, 9:51 am

That would be spooky ! not ! that does not make any sence about the baby powder thing!

Kathryn says:

October 16, 2005, 2:47 pm

I don’t understand the anger some of you are showing. I think some sort of therapy is in order.

Julie says:

October 18, 2005, 10:06 am

Does USA mind if you go out to the Kali Oaka plantation to take pictures. ?

Tammy says:

October 23, 2005, 2:58 pm

Hi y’all.. I have been to the Crybaby Bridge in Edgefield, SC. It is real! I went with a bunch of friends, we heard the baby cring but we didn’t know anything about the baby powder. We are going back for Halloween so I will try it then. You see figures in the woods, and the church is haunted also. The cult hangs out down there… so if you go you might want to be careful.

Trisha says:

October 24, 2005, 3:22 pm

Just exactly how many cry baby bridges are there?? Anybody know?

Deidra & Rylee says:

October 26, 2005, 12:19 pm

Holy **** Ya’ll ! Cry Baby Bridge in Alabama is sooo real ! The baby actually picked me and my friends up one at a time and threw us all in the creek! We only suffered broken bones but thankfully we survived! Whatever you do don’t put a whole bottle of baby powder on the bridge! There were footprints everywhere !
We think that there is more than just one baby ! Please don’t go- it’s too risky! God Bless!

TONY says:

October 26, 2005, 4:16 pm

I’VE BEEN THERE SERIOUSLY. I STAYED IN THE CAR OFF THE ROAD AND WATCHED MY FRIEND GO ON THE BRIDGE HE QUICKLY TURNED WAVING US TO COME ON. BUT INSISTED TO STAY INTHE CAR. MY OTHER FRIENDS DECIDED GO AND AS SOON AS THEY HEARD THE CRY THE WIND STARTED TO BLOW HARD AND THEY ALL RAN TO THE CAR SPEEDING OFF. THEY WERE FREAKED OUT AND SCARED. THIS STORY IS NOT A MYTH BUT I DO BELIEVE THAT THE BABY POWDER IS A JOKE

Sam says:

October 27, 2005, 12:56 am

Someone was wondering how many Cry Baby Bridges there are? I’m not sure, but there is one in Flintville, TN & it is wicked awesome!! I have never been more freaked out in my life!! Only at this bridge the mother of the baby is seen holding it & dropping it into the water. & if you get to close to her she starts coming at you like a crazy *****! One of my friends got to close to her and she suffered from cronic shock syndrome. She was literally lying on the ground shaking and she started to turn blue like she was freezing! I have never been back & never intend on going back!!

Jonathan says:

October 27, 2005, 9:53 pm

Any of ya’ll ever go to the Kalioka rd. plantation, just past cry baby bridge in saraland. Tha place is scary as hell. Story has it that it used to be a slae plantation and the couple that lived there had this huge black slave. The gentleman was nice to him but when he past away the wife wanted nothing to do with him so she chained him up in the front yard where he was left to die. I’ve been out there, and i ain’t heard any chains rattling or anything,….BUT. I did see a small child in a white robe ore something like that. That was confirmed by a friend of mine, who went two weeks after me…..and i hdn’t told him a hing about the child. Check it out!!

Kat says:

October 28, 2005, 1:52 pm

That story about the mother throwing the baby off the bridge is so scary. I would never go there, but ya’ll are stupid for wasting all of that gas just to go here a baby cry

melanie says:

October 31, 2005, 2:43 pm

haha why dont the ppl that think its fake go suck a **** or sumthin and the ppl that want to go see it GO SEE IT! damn ppl yall are mean and hell!

melanie says:

October 31, 2005, 2:44 pm

i meant to say mean AS hell

Brittany says:

October 31, 2005, 9:07 pm

Is the plantation house still vacant ? Someone said that someone bought it and was fixing it up…I hope not..A bunch of my friends are headed there right now…(mon. nite,,halloween nite) : {

Kristy says:

November 14, 2005, 8:32 pm

There was suposedly a Cry Baby Bridge in Walker County, AL, but mysteriously no one can find it. The truth is, the bridge that everyone is talking about was replaced a long time ago by a cement bridge. And it was fake.

Oscar says:

November 15, 2005, 3:54 am

Hi, Iâ??m doing a short film base on the Cry Baby Bridge, anyone has a suggestion on what would make a good movie using this theme?

pavan kalyan says:

November 28, 2005, 3:21 am

i wish i’d see that place. oscar,all the best.
sonya n julie, u 2 suck

Morgan says:

December 11, 2005, 11:09 pm

i’m just wondering but do you know if there is a cry baby bridge in tuscaloosa?

will says:

December 23, 2005, 6:55 pm

old lady midget porn with ****** and butt plugs
look jesus shagged a whale

taylor says:

December 30, 2005, 3:17 pm

yea so cool but
in huntsville their is a railroad tracks that at late at night you can go to a railroad .park your car get out, put power on roof and inside if you have thing that are value take them out and wait at 12:00 eactly the car well turn flip but no train what until it stoops go to the car you will see foot prints and hand prints. and some things well not be be there like keys or money ect.
Because long a go 5 kids for a gang were go to a friends house at 12:00 and got killed from the train there are more like some say it is a van full of kids coming home for a football game late at night no one knows for sure .

IF YOU DO THIS YOU MAYE NOT WASNT TO USE YOUR CAR LIKE MAYE A OLD CAR BECAUSE THEY WILL MESS IT UP

Justin says:

January 3, 2006, 1:42 pm

going into edge field on highway 19 you fork left and then immediatly take the next left where the prision is. you go past the prision and when u get to a stop sighn u take a left and the paved raod wil lturn into dirt and keep going down the road and you will come to the bridge

melanie says:

January 8, 2006, 7:27 am

ive been there. i took my grandma there for her birthday and then the baby came out and blew out all the candlez

Max says:

January 9, 2006, 2:14 pm

First of all, thank You for this site. This is just great and sorry my lousy grammar. I am not used to write english.

Okay.. How to make this simple as possible, because it is clear to me that SOME of you are plain idiots. I meen thouse who come here just to make *** out of them selves. Not to mention any names (DOUG, WILL, BIG D for example – hyvää matkaa hevettiin senkin kullittomat kojootin äpärät(that was finnish, something that I am too polite to translate in english)) just go away and never come back. Thank you. I shouldn’t even noticed you, but stupidnes like that shines to miles away even as far as here. Kusipäät..

It would be nice to see cry baby bridges, all of them. Even thought if they are real or not. I try to keep my mind open. Oscar, all the best for you with your project.

playabonez says:

January 12, 2006, 8:04 am

i talked to city officials yesterday and they are now making cry baby bridge a state landmark. at the entrance youll have the opportunity to buy 3-d glasses in the souvenoir shop. Then, once you purchase the 3-d glasses you then may proceed to the bridge where you not only dump a whole box of baby powder but also a whole box of tide laundry detergent plus a half box of pancake batter. the baby will come out of the water and up in the air and then do that dance from the movie “beetlejuice” and dance to the song “shake shake shake scenora, shake it all the time.” the event costs 34 dollars but its worth it. plus the mother of the baby gives a guest speech regarding arnold shwarzennegar and how she hates his ***.

Max says:

January 14, 2006, 11:14 am

Sweet..

amy says:

January 22, 2006, 6:07 pm

do all you really belive in this you all must be crazy i don’t belive it only if i really seen it.

Julie Bee says:

January 28, 2006, 7:43 pm

I havnt heard of any other crybaby bridges but on eoutside of witchita kansas that is also called theorosa’s bridge it was said a women threw her baby off a bridge but couldnt live with the quilt so drowned her self in the creek and so if you go there you will hear baby cries and if you say “Theorosa i am your baby” she will apear. i went there and took some pictures and one picture it shows up with two lights floating in the air. it was really cool.

Brittney says:

January 29, 2006, 11:50 am

Hey Yall!!!!
I think some of yall are plain stupid and need to get a life. Some of yalls stories are so fake you can tell by the first sentence. Like that guy that was a bodybuilder and his girlfriend being pushed off the bridge by DR DRE!!!!!!!!!!!! COME ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am sorry but this gurl right here is looking for a TRUE STORY!!!!!!!!!!!! NOT A FONNIE DAM STORY!!!!!!!!!!! Bye

rebecca says:

February 1, 2006, 1:55 pm

Cry Baby Bridge is Real!! My Aunt,sisters, and friends all went to the bridge to see if it was real. It was We heard pounding under the bridge, my aunt and I always witnessed a object that appeard to be a young boy run across the bridge and jump off. When that was all we needed to see, we tryed to crank the car, but none would. My aunt’s car cranked up, but our friend’s wouldn’t, we tryed for 10 mins ,then finally when it cranked, all things went crazy, lights, blinkers, ect. We turned around to go back to the Hwy and when passing over the bridge for the last time, we noticed a little boy, smiling, sitting indian crossed, and dissappered.

sabz says:

February 5, 2006, 7:43 am

i think dat bare freaky man!!! if any1 has anymre stories dats scary and freaky then tell me and we can chat….kashmirigal91@hotmail.com

Alana says:

February 16, 2006, 10:46 am

brittany i had 2 say this cud i cudnt stop laughin..the bodybuilder story n dre was fake he was takin the pi$$

Greg says:

February 21, 2006, 12:37 pm

Yall needa quit yalls comin on my property. That plantation yall be talking abouts my house. I’ll shoot you litle fu**ers if yall aint quit comin round here

Ryan says:

February 24, 2006, 6:58 pm

I will like to hear a baby cry i need Directions.

KYLE says:

February 27, 2006, 12:09 am

MAN I HAVE BEEN 2 CRY BABY BRIDGE ON HALLOWEEN AT NIGHT AND JUMPED IN AND I FELT SOME THING GRAB MY FOOT AND I HAVE ALSO SEEN THE 10 FOOT SLAVE DOWN THE ROAD AT THE PLANTATION AND NOCKED ON THE DOOR AND I HEARD FOOT STEPS LIKE SOME ONE WAS GONNA ANSER THE DOOR IF U GO 2 THE PLANTATION U HAVE TO TURN OF UR CAR AND ONLY U GO 2 THE DOOR AND NOCK AND U SHOULD HERE FOOT STEPS AND THERE SHOULD BE A LAMP ON IN THE UP STAIRS WINDOW

KYLE says:

February 27, 2006, 12:11 am

OH YEAH GREG NO ONE OWNS THE HOUSE BUDDY SO NICE TRY

Jessi says:

March 8, 2006, 4:23 pm

Yall there is only one Cry Baby Bridge and its in Saraland Alabama, and the Plantation Down the Street from it was bought by someone and they are fixing it up, but I do beleive the stories about the Bridge and the house because Ive lived there all my life and somethings people say are outrageous but some of them are true Ive seen and heard them myself

bigd says:

March 15, 2006, 1:48 am

IF ANY OF YOU BEEN TO CRY BABY BRIDGE I HAVE SEEN THAT WOMAN WHO THREW HER BABY OFF OF THE BRIDGE SHE IS AT THE WALMART IN BIRMINGHAM EVERY OTHER FRIDAY TO SIGN AUTOGRAPHS BUT SHE WONT DO PICTURES BECAUSE IT BURNS HER EYES AND PLUS THE BABY IS THERE TOO BUT YOU TAKE HIS PICTURE WITH A BACKDROP OF A BRIDGE IN THE BACKROUND SPONSORED BY THE LOCAL WALMART SHE WILL LET YOU GET REAL CLOSE TO HER BUT SHE STINKS I DONT KNOW IF ITS A STUNT DOUBLE OR IF ITS HER SHE SAYS ITS HER AND SO DOES THE BABY BUT THE BABY WONT LET YOU GET CLOSE OR IT CRIES

marie says:

March 18, 2006, 10:13 am

to bobby,doug, and big d
this is a website for cool haunts not d**kheads like you. they have websites for what you guys are into. max was right,you guys are just plain idiots!!!!!!!!!!!

evelyn says:

March 25, 2006, 4:49 am

bobby doug bigd why are you on the website if you are not curious about the stories you need a fuc*ing life and stay out of the website if you are not interested!!!

Emile says:

March 29, 2006, 3:45 pm

These stories are awesome and I would love to go to one if there is one in T-Town! Is there? Anywho, Oscar good luck hope to see a flim like that or of yours! One question: In the case of a myth like these in order for me to believe without seeing myself I must know :: If these story is true how come there are numerous Cry Baby Bridges? and exactally how many bridges are there?

karen says:

April 28, 2006, 6:32 am

ghost stories are good, but seriously putting powder on a bridge???

christina says:

May 4, 2006, 8:19 am

is there a cry baby bridge in alliance ohio because i heared there is
love cj pimpen

foe_shizzle says:

May 7, 2006, 12:29 am

hey everyone whats up? it was a great day today! me and my girlfriend went to the lake of the ozarks and went fishin for a while and then took a nice long walk. Did anyone see the cardinals game on friday? did they win? u dunno. alright peace,
frank

ican_beyourz says:

May 20, 2006, 1:34 am

FYI ALL: everyone that posts on this site is a bunch of fuking losers. this is not a daycare and i am not here to babysit your fat asses

jesikah says:

May 29, 2006, 1:05 pm

Does anybody now the story of Cry Baby Bridge in South Carolina? Where is it? And is it true?

Spaz 2 High says:

May 30, 2006, 5:06 am

there is a cry baby bridge up in shelby county alabama off of home depot its a old wooden bridge that is closed off on a dirt road. its goes over the cahaba river. you can get to there on 280 in birmingham and turn left off the home depot and follow that road and it takes you to it. its a real pretty place at day time but at night it feels all freaky and i get freaky vibes like chills running down my back and hairs sticking up. i go there to drink sometimes at night and it can sometimes get freaky hearing stuff under the bridge like the water splashing and stuff. im no ghost hunter i just wanted to check up on the bridge but it has the same story but ive never heard a baby or seen a mom or something but its freaky like something is there. you can send me a e-mail if you want and i can give you more specific directions. spaz2high1@yahoo.com

angela reece says:

May 30, 2006, 4:44 pm

has any one ever been to cry baby bridge in Lawton, Oklahoma? if you have i would like to hear about your experience

Mia says:

May 31, 2006, 9:15 pm

There is a Cry Baby Bridge in Iowa too. You put your car in neutral and get pushed across the bridge.
Take 67 south toward Viola. From the stop sign in Viola, go exactly 18 miles on 67 and you’ll come to 230th Av. (230th is 2 miles past of the entrance to Lake Warren Camp ground) Go right on 230th Av and travel 1.5 miles and take a left. Go down the hill and you’ll see the bridge. I haven’t been there but it sounds cool. And for all you bozos out there who say this is stupid you came across this website how? Do you have so little of a life that you go looking on the internet for people to make fun of? Or did you come across this site just looking for something fun for you and your friends to do like the rest of us? See we’re not that big of losers as you think we are. You’re just as bad as us if not worse.

billy says:

June 6, 2006, 3:13 pm

i lived around that bridge most of my life and i heard the crys but the wierdest thing i ever saw was on the bridge just before it. It seems my life is plagued by black dogs if you know what those are then good if you dont i aint explaining it but on the bridge just before cry baby as i was riding in the bed of a truck i looked behind us on one of those bright alabama nights and saw a dog runnig across the bridge and then just as it should have ran into the gaurd rail poof it was gone there one second and then gone. Then as i was explaining what i saw to some friends the driver stoped on cry baby and killed the engine this was bad timing.

Hannah says:

June 7, 2006, 12:14 pm

hey,
those who are saying cuss words about the articles, you guys forgot that you were reading it 2. so just hut your freakin mouths up. and this means yyou mealinie ! Or what ever your name is .
thank you . have a nice day
P.S. north america roks. Be proud to be an american, or else

Dan says:

June 17, 2006, 6:25 pm

I would like to know exactly where Cry Baby Bridge is at in Saraland, Alabama. I am in Daphne, Alabama and would like to make up my own mind about this so called haunt.

Flash says:

June 25, 2006, 10:51 pm

I could find only 2 bridges on Kali Oka Rd. using Google Earth. If you’re interested in finding the bride(s), follow this link and download the image (right click and click Save Picture/Image As…).

http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f386/kaoticflash/KaliOkaRd.jpg

The bridge(s) are marked by thumb tacks. Directions are North on Hwy. 45, 2.35 miles passed Kushla McLeod Rd., turn right onto Kali Oka Rd. First bridge is 1 mile North. Second bridge is approximately a half mile North of that location OR from Hwy. 158 (also know as Industrial Parkway), go West 1 mile from I-65, right onto Kali Oka Rd., North for 6.25 miles to the 2nd bridge, 1st bridge is a half mile South.

Timmy says:

June 28, 2006, 1:31 pm

Devon-

Us Iowans have to represent!

Peace.

Lee says:

July 3, 2006, 7:11 am

Does anyone know where the Crybaby Bridge is in Edgefield, SC I know its near some historic church site that is now occupied by the occult, etc but not sure of it’s exact location.

Please help

thanks

Like Im Telling you says:

July 3, 2006, 8:42 pm

How on earth do people find these things i mean seriously do people just sit around the country waiting to hear strange noises and carry a camera wherever they go???

Rebecca says:

July 10, 2006, 7:42 pm

How many babies do u know that walk? and who put baby powder on the bridge this first time to figure this out?

Sarah says:

July 15, 2006, 3:28 pm

Does anyone know what the history is for the crybaby bridge in Edgefield,sc?.I know where it’s at, and I’ve been there.I just want to know why is it haunted?

Nara says:

July 19, 2006, 8:21 pm

These stories about young children dying always upset me. Can you really hear crying? I’d hate to be there when that happens. I hope I never EVER have to see a young child die.

Luke says:

July 22, 2006, 12:32 am

If anyone has directions to the cry baby bridge somewhere in Overland Park, Spring Hill, Olathe, around that area please email me i would love to find it i tried not to long ago and had no luck. thanks

matt says:

August 14, 2006, 12:39 pm

ok hell town was a joke.. and now me and my friends want to fine more things to go and do. how do you ge tto this place from parma….

angel says:

August 15, 2006, 1:21 pm

any1 der

angel says:

August 15, 2006, 1:22 pm

hello

Kat says:

August 28, 2006, 4:07 pm

I knew a girl that was hired as the care taker of the old plantation in Sarahland,Al. The university hired her just for the summer because people were vandalizing the place. It was and may still be under construction. She said after the first month she couldn’t deal with the things she couldn’t explain and quit the job. When she took the job hauntings and ghosts weren’t her motive it was just supposed to be something different. And basically she won’t talk about it and she even get’s a little scittish if you bring it up.She did say she saw things and heard things that did not make sense. And i do think you have to ask the university to go to the nearby cemetary only at night.I heard that on Halloween there is some kind of tour so if you want to sneak out there make sure it’s pretty late so you don’t get caught. You can make your own decision but i don’t really know for sure. I have to see to beleive i guess!!

KAITLYN says:

September 5, 2006, 5:42 pm

I DON’T BELIVE IN CRY BABY BRIDGE
WHEN I WAS IN 1ST GRADE MY BOYFRIEND LIVED BY CRY BABY BRIDGE AND HE AND HIS FRIENDS PLAYED ON THE BRIDGE EVERYDAY AND ALSO PUT BABYPOWDER ON IT AND NOTHING HAPPENED
I DON’T BELIVE IN IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Noone says:

September 12, 2006, 5:43 pm

The Plantation in Saraland,Alabama is own by the University of Mobile. Yes, they fixed it up. Yes, Someone lives there but not in the House. In the Slave Quarters/House in the back.

The REAL Story of the Plantation is there was a White Family living there during the Slave Period. The Master of the House own some Black Slaves: the Maids and the field workers, etc..
Well The Master’s wife was waking up late and leaving her husband side to be with her lover, a black slave. Well One night, The Master followed her, out the bedroom, down the hall, down the stairs and out the slave enterance, to one of the Slave Houses. He waited a few mins, and return with a kitchen knife.
He looked through the windows to find his wife making love to the black slave man. Well he busted through the door and grab her off him and told her to get back. Then the Master tied the black slave guy to a Tree (that still stands today as I type), cutting of both his hands and leaving him there to die. Well as for the Master’s wife she had the black slave’s baby. The Master got rid of her and sent her packing with the baby.

The Haunting of the Black Slave:
Yes, You can see the slave walking alone the dirt road near the Plantation or on the brigde looking for the baby. It drives him insane. That’s why your car has srcatches on it or your car wouldn’t start or your tires look like someone poked a hole in them with a knife.
The Haunting ofthe Baby Crying Cry Baby Bridge:

After leaving the Plantation, The Master’s wife drown the baby in the creek. Where the Bridge is today.. Yes, it is Haunting by her baby crying because the water was so cold. The Master’s wife lived in the woods, where she gave birth to a Baby boy. The Urban Lengend that the cops want you to believe is some women driving off the bridge, killing her and the baby. Yes you can hear the baby crying only close to Halloween. Because this all took places Oct 29, 1903 – Oct 31, 1903

The reason I know so much is…The Master of the houses was my Great Great Grandfather…

Noone says:

September 12, 2006, 5:53 pm

It’s that time of the year you can see the slave walking near the Plantation or on the bridge and hear the baby crying!! Starting Oct 29-31 is the best time to go there and see it or hear it for yourself.

erin says:

September 17, 2006, 11:07 pm

ok the real story is this and i should kno it happend right nex to my daycare i used to go 2

There was this family a woman a man and a baby that lived in a cottage by a bridge the woman decided to take a walk with the baby then just as she was walking on the bridge she saw a fire truck going towards the cottage so she left the baby on the bridge ran right back to the cottage and when she got there and the fire was put out the man asked her where the baby was so they both ran right back to the bridge and when they looked over the edge of it there was the baby its arm was hanging it had fallen off the bridge onto the rocks it had happend in Sand Springs,Oklahoma and they say that if u go up there stick a baby doll on the ground turn around and say crybaby crybaby where’s your mom then u will hear a scream behind u and see the ghost of the baby and next thing ya kno the baby doll is gone *by the way* i should kno cuz there is proof like the woman’s t-shirt the baby’s teddybear and a bunch of very old wet diapers oh and the cottage is still there and the bridge

brit says:

September 20, 2006, 8:57 am

A few friends and I went to the crybaby bridge in Doylestown, Ohio last weekend and nothing at all happened. I’m not sure why, but i would like to go to another one and see if it is real or not but i need directions to one!

nikki says:

September 22, 2006, 4:11 pm

I took a few pics of the bridge (the Saraland, Al one..on Kali Oka Rd.) a few months ago along with Oak Grove Rd and the yard leading to the plantation and cemetery, I think I still have them in my photobucket actually.
I’ve heard all the stories about the place, and in truth, when you go there at night after hearing all of these things, you really do start hearing and seeing things. It’s a freaky atmosphere, almost no light on the road at all and aside from the hum of your engine, no noise.
I’ve never heard a baby crying, but I did see a man walking on Kali Oka on Christmas night in 02 i think, I believe it was around 230 am (my grandma lives right on celeste rd and we were living in Semmes at the time) anyway, I’ve never seen anyone actually walking on that road, ever, and it freaked me out lol. Can’t say if he was a ghost or not though because I didn’t stay to ask!

messiahofpower says:

September 26, 2006, 11:43 pm

Wanna see some of the house? Watch the movie dead birds. Some of the film was filmed there. Uncles security company did the security for the movie and his son actually stayed in it for like 2-3 weeks at night. I have photos. The University did own it at the time but now I believe someone bought the place. It was two houses side by side and a old small house/shed in the back. (Did look like a slave quarters- I suppose)Been there a few times. Never heard anything at the bridge but at the house. Me my wife and my cousin was upstairs in the first house and most of the windows were boarded up but a few werent and one on the back right side wasnt and we noticed like a light floating in the sky as we walked by as fast as we noticed it it disappeared. Another was a photo took by my cousin on one of the nights he was alone. Picture was a photo of the barn and in the photo you can see the outline of what appears to be person hanging (Like a shadow). This is not a Joke like some of the doodas above;-} This is all I know about the subject and everything I just said is 100% true

jerry says:

September 30, 2006, 1:47 pm

check out my website http://www.northeastalabamaparanormalsociety.com
we are located in oxford al. and look for haunted places to research all the time. if you need help with a haunting or have any questions on how to rid yourself of a haunting contact me at jabii1969@yahoo.com and i will assit you in any way i can

MIRANDA says:

October 2, 2006, 11:13 pm

HEY GUYS I USED TO LIVE ON THE SAME ROAD THAT THE PLANTATION IS ON AND EVERYTHING ABOUT IT BEING FREAKY IS TRUE,ME MY HUSBAND AND MY STEP SON,WE ALL TOOK A TOUR OF THE PLACE WHEN THE PEOPLE THAT OWNS IT NOW HAD JUST BOUGHT IT, THERE IS FOOT PRINTS THAT LOOKS LIKE IT IS STAINED ON THE FLOOR,AND THE UPSTAIRS IS REALLY FREAKY TO, IT FEELS LIKE SOMEONE IS WATCHING U AND IT FEELS LIKE SOMEONE OR SOMETHING IS BREATHING ON UR SKIN.I HAVE ONLY BEEN THERE ONE TIME AND I WILL NEVER GO THERE AGAIN,AND ABOUT CRY BABY BRIDGE,I HAD LIVED NOT EVEN A MILE FROM IT AND THERE WERE ALL KINDS OF NOISES AT NIGHT THERE.THAT WAS EVEN MORE FREAKY.ALL THIS STUFF ABOUT THE BRIDGE AND THE PLANTATION IS REALLY REAL.

Jessi says:

October 3, 2006, 6:06 am

I went to cry baby bridge tonite…I herd the baby cry….very very very scary….theres even a lite the seems to appear…make sure when u stop u turn off ur car and out the keys on the dash….sit for a minute and u will get terrified out ya mind….(hell maybe I was juss creeped out….but i swear i herd a baby….)

Kacey says:

October 4, 2006, 2:09 am

Hey ppl cry baby bridge its f****** real me and my frnd went there last halloween night and we put baby powder on the bridge and we saw baby foot prints and we say the woman and we was told to say the mothers name i cnt remember the name but anyways we wast told to say the name and to say were ur baby and the mother came close to u then when she relised u wasnt her baby she got really angry and tried to push us of the damn bridge it scared the f*** out of me and my frnd oh and also take some chocolate with u and put em in a line on ur windsheild and u will see baby foot prints and the candy will disapear this is no joke i dnt lie but cry baby bridge is really F****** SCARY AS HELL! ! ! ! any one wanna now anything else that happend to us e-mail me at cuttie_pie2006us@yahoo.com

Kacey says:

October 4, 2006, 2:09 am

i meant saw the woman

redneck chick says:

October 8, 2006, 12:45 pm

alright ican_beyourz listen hear u is a fine 1 2 be talking caz u posted a freaking note 2 and 2 eveybody that says that ppl on here need 2 get a life well…theyve got a life theys just checking out other stuff and yall r just hating caz it aint yo life that theys looking at oo and also i belive this bridge thing it sounds so kool and it fits 2gether

Ben says:

October 8, 2006, 7:38 pm

Real haunts should really read their statement about removing any inappropiate comments and follow it, or is it just another dead and not maintained web sight!

CARLITA says:

October 9, 2006, 12:45 pm

I HEARD OF THIS ONE IT IS SPOOKY.

payton says:

October 10, 2006, 11:08 am

cry baby bridge is not real..
get a life, you stupid morons !
you are all homosexuals, like myself-

Robin says:

October 10, 2006, 10:29 pm

Actually, Cry Baby Bridge is in Birmingham(biggest city in Alabama) off of a road called Sicard Hollow…a lady crashed her car in the river with her baby in it and saved herself but let her baby drown(PPS). We go there every halloween and mess with people so any alabama people wanna get scared SHI*LESS come to cahaba beach road 35223 alabama.

messiahofpower says:

October 11, 2006, 7:29 am

The stained footprints are fake. The movie crew put them there for the movie dead birds. Really people dead birds the horror movie was filmed there. Check it out and you’ll see the footprints.

coolerbodyguard says:

October 11, 2006, 8:11 am

As I was going through your “Real Haunts” I was amazed to see this. I never knew or bridge was so well know around the Internet.

Cry Baby Bridge United States, Alabama, Saraland

Quote:

Under this bridge, many years ago, a small baby drowned. It is said that the cries of the baby may be heard at times, and if baby powder is sprinkled on the bridge, footprints of a small child may be seen.
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I live within a few miles from cry baby bridge as a teen we would skip school and swim there until it grew up and got were the snake’s took it over, Cold Black water never could touch the bottom the deeper you would go the colder it got.
There’s many storys about Kali Oaka and my mom and dad and there friend’s wounld go to Kali Oaka and hang out… there is a light at the end of this dirt road and if you tried to get closer it got further away it was a hang out for some good beer partys and “necking”.

Let me tell you all about a story of many about Kali Oaka…one night this dude and his girlfriend were parked out bye Cry Baby Bridge.
They heard something as they were necking in the car so the dude told his girlfriend look lay down in the floor board until I get back and don’t move be real quite.
So she did and he got out to investigate what the noise was well he never came back as day light came up. She had been hearing rain drops on the car but still he had never come back from looking to see what the nosie was so she lifted her head still scared because when he got out she heard more noise’s.
She was not coming off that floor board no matter what while it was dark… but with the day light started coming up she really was worried about her boyfriend so she got out of the car and the rain she thought she heard hitting the car was her boyfriend’s blood as he was hung up. By his neck with Bare-Wire.
The story was told for many years there was a 8 ft wild man who live in the woods of Kali Oaka.

And with the real story of cry Baby Bridge if you go to the bridge on the exact same night and time as the child died you can hear a baby cry for many years even to this day people are scared to go down Kali Oaka Road.
The old plantation home with the grave yard was owned bye Authur Outlaws family which at one time was the Mayor of Mobile, Alabama.
Downtown Mobile has a Convention Center and its named after him.
I’m from Eight-Mile Alabama and if you look on a map you will see 8-mile is just a few miles from Kali Oaka Road.

There’s many more storys and its not a road you ever want to break down on late at night alone.

Are you to my be one of the storys of Kali Oaka Road.

Tuesday October 10, 2006 – 09:04pm (CDT)

Pelham High Students says:

October 11, 2006, 9:33 am

welll we here at pelham high schoo dont belive that any of this is real…and also we think yall are IDIOTS!

chelsea says:

October 11, 2006, 2:21 pm

well i heard bout it but it was in hell town soo i rele smell alot of bullshit from sum ppl

Kristy says:

October 13, 2006, 2:48 pm

Theres is also A Cry Baby Bridge in Gadsden Alabma. Ane everywhere else in the U.S.

Tiffany says:

October 14, 2006, 5:43 pm

I really want to see a picture of this bridge!!!! And see if it is the one i think it is. Thanks

Tiffany says:

October 14, 2006, 5:51 pm

Doug, get a f***ing life!!!!1

steven says:

October 15, 2006, 1:21 pm

hey listen, does anyone know exactly how to get to cry baby bridge in edgefield, SC. If you do please let me know

Laura says:

October 19, 2006, 11:45 am

I.am lokking forward to going to cry baby bridge >I just hope we don’t drive al that way for nothing

james says:

October 22, 2006, 7:24 pm

i went to the one in saraland al. and it is real. i leaned over the ledge of the bridge and saw a baby laying on its stomach covered in mud criing. I felt so sorry so i went down and by the time i got there the baby was gone! THIS IS TRUE

jone says:

October 22, 2006, 9:25 pm

help me i want to know more about cry baby brige

Neal Fabian says:

October 25, 2006, 1:57 am

I went there once and screamed BABYS MOTHER and this old lady came out and I asked her to hold my camera and take a few photos of me as I posed (I’m a personal trainer) when I got the photos devolped there was a baby with six feet dancing in a pile of what appears to be the baby powder you all poured out in the background. Needless to say I’m not going there anymore.

alan says:

October 25, 2006, 2:22 pm

Well what I think is that its not a baby but a coon ya see one night I went a hunting with my redbone named blue and we caught a coon underneath this hear bridge and I had some friends of mine that were partaking in some activities of which we will not speak of ontop of this here bridge and when my dogs caught this coon under the brige they swore that they heerd a baby crying but as soon as I heerd this tale I knew better it was that coon crying for its life

amanda says:

October 27, 2006, 3:22 pm

yeah so its like..u can also put baby powder on a car and the footprints will show up! ive been out there numerous times n have seen and heard things. Theres alot more haunted places down there in those plantations

Magen says:

October 28, 2006, 12:14 am

Hey.. Yes there is also a crybaby bridge in Russellville A’L. It is on old water plant rd. Just rite out of russellville.. The story is true i just live right down the road from it. It is very true about the babys foot prints they are seen all up and down the creek that runs threw my house

H says:

October 28, 2006, 12:51 am

I live in Mobile I went to the plantation home and I did not believe in haunted houses ghosts ect.we were 4 adults going out there to prove a point and point proven I am now a believer! Yes the house was bought there was an article in the Press Register today 10-27-06, and I say they are nuts! but they fixed the house up and it looks great…from the picture they showed in the paper and that is about how close I will ever get to it again! After seeing the aparition I will never go there again.
And about cry baby Bridge the story is a woman and her baby’s had an accident and the baby’s were thrown from the car and they cry for their mother yes it is true. Whether or not they cry about 50 % say yes they have heard it and 50% say they did not or it was just the wind through the trees….guess we will never know?????

H says:

October 28, 2006, 1:14 am

noone do you have a cousin by the name of arthur g.? I am not going to put his last name on here if so please give a clue to prove it

brinnie says:

October 29, 2006, 6:36 pm

theres a cry baby bridge in viola, illinois. the story says that a bus of toddlers or whatever crashed on the bridge and they all died. if u go there ur supposed to put ur car in neutral, turn ur lights off, putbaby powder on ur bumper, and roll down ur windows. ur supposed to c handprints on ur bumper bcuz the kids push ur car across the bridge. if u roll down ur windows u can hear footprints. 3 of my friends went there and they said it really works. one of them started cryin. they were too scraed to roll down there windows but they did c handprints on the bumper the next day. they also said that its kind of on a hill but sometime soon im goin to c if its really real. oh and also if u go on like friday the 13th or halloween people go down there jus to scare u. people have also gotten there cars messed up. theyll smash ur windows in with baseall bats n shiit so watch out.

yadaddy says:

October 29, 2006, 10:07 pm

I live in Saraland, Al. This is a really scary place, but its not haunted. What happens is if you go out on the bridge every few minutes you can hear the bridge moving from the wind are whatever. I does sound like a baby crying though. The whole thing about the baby powder was started because if you drive out there with your friends in the middle of the night, you get one to get out and sprinkle baby powder. While they do that you drive off and leave them, HA, Ha, hA! They will be scared stiff because it so dark. Its actully pretty dangerous around Halloween time because the crazies (cult lovin weirdos) will hide in the woods and have there little rituals and stuff while people drive up. That whole area is freaky with the old plantation house and cemetary!

ashley says:

October 30, 2006, 3:18 am

hey, i live in edgefield, sc and although i have never been to crybaby bridge (also known as Horn Creek), partially because all of my friends have been there and gotten over it, i know how to get there…(it was on the way to school). If you are heading from I-20, take exit 5 and turn towards edgefield. Go about 3 miles Then turn left on Sweetwater Rd. Take sweetwater for 15? miles (a ways down the road) and look for a road on the right that says May’s Way. You’ll be driving in the middle of nowhere so i’d def. do a day run so you don’t get lost. Take may’s way to the end and take a left. I don’t know the name of that road but the state pen is on it. Look for horn creek dr. (something to that effect) and follow it out into the woods. There should be a abandoned church that looks EXTREAMLY scary. Alot of cult activity goes on here and is pretty dangerous, especially around halloween (cops do hang out there during this time too to deter any bad stuff). Horn creek bridge (crybaby bridge) should be just past the church. I would advise taking a 4wheel drive truck or something cause it is an old dirt road with a lot of twists and turns. All of my friends have said that they either heard a baby crying or just plain got freaked out! have fun!

lildizzy says:

October 30, 2006, 7:11 pm

Hi,i live in flintville,tn,and there is a crybaby brigde located here!it is a very active bridge and im here to say it is not it very big.its a small bridge located on mason road in flintville,tn.i have been there about two times before october 28,2006 and i thought it was just an old folk tale,and like them two times nothing happened!well me and my friends went to it october 28 ,2006 and i felt like this time something would happen.i dont know why but i just had a feeling it would.well the first time we went it was about 11.56 p.m and we was sitting in my car and for the first 2 to 3 min we were very quite.then we whispered to each other nothing is going to happen and by that time i heard a little sound it came from a distance.i told them did yall hear that!they said no we didnt hear nothing,and it happened again and this time we all heard it!it was almost 12:00 and i was gettting a strange vibe like that was not the bridge making them sounds.the sounds were like a faint baby crying.we were all quite and the sounds were getting closer more louder every 3 to 4 secs it was getting louder,and by this time i could feel something was not right and i could not sit there beacuse it was getting so close and i told my friend to drive up the road and come back to see if it would happen again!!well we drove up mason road a little peice and came back by this time it was 12:05 a.m.!and we sat for about 20 sec and we started to hear the noise of a little baby crying!like before it came from a distance and slowly got closer and closer!but this time it came behind the car WAA is what it was scary and i have eletric locks on my doors and i could hear them click real gently not as much as if i were locking my doors!i could tell that it was getting mad at us for coming back and makeing it mad and i knew it!!!!well it was stll playing with my locks on all of my doors(electric locks)real gently,and me and my friend looked in front of the car and could see a glance of a shadow move from left to right real fast,it happened more then once two.well the WAA started happening again and it was real close!!!!!!!!it was so close that you could hear it like it was in your ear!!!!i was scared out of my mind beacause ive been there twice before nothing happened and this time it was!!!!!it was still playing with my locks!!!the WAA getting mad and it hit the side of my car in the back and it got up too the drivers side door bam!i told my friend were gone i was to scared and we left!!!

well,that is it it was about the most active place i have been around were i live!the crybaby tale is true!you can be skeptic but when you get time to come to mason road in flintville,tn at 12:00 a.m around halloween or whenever and sit youll believe after you do!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks for letting me post my experience and have a spooky halloween!!!!

sydney says:

November 1, 2006, 8:29 pm

hi I am from south carolina and i have heard of cry baby brige. the one i heared of is in greenwood

Curt says:

November 11, 2006, 11:18 pm

How many crybaby bridges are there? I live in Ohio and the next town over (Kirtland) there is a crybaby bridge, the myth is the same as every other myth, A women threw her baby off the bridge..I went there last night with a few friends and did not hear anything, I went back later on that night around midnight because we had one more person that wanted to go, and did not hear a baby crying, but heard a loud yelling like someone was being tourtured in the hills, keep in mind this is melonhead country. Go to Ohio and Kirtland to hear more about the melonhead myth…its messed up.

Taylor says:

November 13, 2006, 6:53 pm

you pll r cazy cry baby bridge is so fake it just seems scary to scare people i gess it worked u big babys go there u little chickens!! i’ve been there its not really that scary because its fake

yo says:

November 14, 2006, 6:31 pm

melanie go scrue yorself

carly says:

November 14, 2006, 6:43 pm

ya u go hannah i love what you wrote to melanie i would like to talk to u just wright back to me with the name carly melanie stop cussing maybe other people dont enjoy hering u do it so freaken stop it

crybaby bridge says:

November 17, 2006, 8:08 am

crybaby bridge is located on old stage road right past horns creek church

crybaby bridge says:

November 17, 2006, 8:12 am

Edgefield,SC crybaby bridge is on old stage road near horns creek baptist church.

hello all says:

November 18, 2006, 5:42 pm

well does anybody know if there is a crybaby bridge in kellyville, oklahoma because this sounds really awesome yall

tina says:

November 22, 2006, 2:48 pm

cry baby bridge is very real most people that live in south alabama have heard the story at least once…and its said that a woman did throw her baby off the bridge and it of course drowned and its said that if you drive past it or sit at the edge of it you will hear a baby crying none of that baby powder junk is true if its a baby it cant walk honestly

Brittney & Amber says:

November 24, 2006, 6:19 pm

DiiRECTiiONS 2 CRY BABY BRiiDGE-EDGEFiiELD,SOUTH CAROLiiNA…HYW.25 TO SWEETWATER RD.BOUT 15 MiiLES THEN RiiGHT ONTO MAYS WAY…THEN LEFT ONTO OLD STAGE RD.FOLLOW DOWN UNTiiL U COME 2 CRY BABY BRiiDGE && THEN THE CHURCH ON RiiGHT!! BEWARE!

carly says:

December 3, 2006, 2:40 pm

thats nice wat u people r writting STOP CUSSING i am so tired of hearing u guys cuss if u dont have anything nice to say dont say anything i mean it stop

SHARD says:

December 8, 2006, 5:02 pm

OK SO I WENT MUD BOGGING ON THE ROAD THAT CRYBABY BRIDGE IS ON AND NOTHING F***ING HAPPENED. I EVEN PISSED OFF OF THE BRIDGE AND WE TOOK PICTURES IN THE CREEK SO THIS IS ABUNCH OF BULL. BUT THERE IS A CHURCH ON THE SAME ROAD THAT THE SATAN WORSHIPERS HANG OUT AND A REAL OLD GRAVE YARD THAT WAS MADE IN THE 1700’S I DOUBT THERES ANYTHING THERE EITHER BUT ME AND SOME BUDDIES ARE GONNA CAMP OUT THERE (IN THE GRAVE YARD) AND DRINK SOME BEER AND STUFF BUT ILL TELL YOU HOW THAT GOES.

sarah w. says:

December 17, 2006, 1:49 pm

hay,
anbody know were i can get directions to crybaby bridge in shelby county alabama,saraland alabama,gadsden alabama or russellville alabama? if u do,please please please tell me becouse i really really really want to go!! pleae and thank you!!

Tommy says:

December 22, 2006, 12:38 pm

Ive been to the one in lawton,oklahoma. It is kinda freaky late at night when theres no moon. Me and my buddies drink out there all the time. To me its just a good place to go and get away from the city. I dont hear any noises either. Just cattle and wind. All I know is 20 years ago there use to be a cult that went out there on halloween and string black cats up from the trees and god knows what else. Plus I heard a story about a black chevy truck with a lift on it that would come out of nowhere and chase you off. Im guessing thats just a pissed off farmer. Anyway thats all I know.

justin says:

December 27, 2006, 9:48 pm

dam that sucked i waz so fa king scared dude i wanted my mommy!!!!!!!!!!

Jordan* says:

December 27, 2006, 9:50 pm

Oh my ga. me my brother and 2 frends went up there. it was so scary. everyhitng is true! no joke. dont listen to all those **** talkers! i literally p***ed my pants. i felt like some one was running after us!!!!!!

ashley eberle says:

December 29, 2006, 5:39 am

This is in regards to Cry baby bridge in Viola, IL. A couple of friends and I went there a few hours ago around midnight and turned the car off in neutral and sat there and we didnt hear anything besides the creek water. I did get out of the car however about an hour later and decided to take some pics and i noticed that in all of my pics that i took towards the left side of the bridge there was several orbs. in a pic of myself i noticed there to be 7 or 8 or them in one spot around my head. im looking to go back soon on a different day and time and see if i can hear anything else. its a really spooky place and when your there you get the feeling like you should be. another thing i had problems with was

jami says:

December 29, 2006, 2:39 pm

my friend went ther once and NEVER CAME BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!

dawnie says:

December 30, 2006, 6:39 am

I’m facinated by hauntings and the unknown so I was enjoying reading what was on display until I came to the swearing (cussing). As an Australian I’m pretty broad minded but find it a shame when people find they must try to shock everyone in this way. I’ve never heard of ‘the crying bridge’. I bet the old plantation homes have plenty of movement and many stories to tell. As a child I lived with my family in a haunted house in the Australian bushland, it was burnt down by the town people as they were very frightened, and didn’t understand. There are many bush tales of hauntings from Australia, but the land is not as old as America so you will have more .

TARA says:

January 2, 2007, 6:22 am

HEY GUYS.. SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME.. I AM TRYIN TO GET FROM BURLINGTON IOWA TO CRYBABY BRIDGE IN ILLINOIS SO IF U KNOW THE DIRECTIONS CONTACT ME AT MARIESASSY2005@YAHOO.COM

russ says:

January 7, 2007, 12:56 am

hey yah on the haunted plantation we went there 1 night and desided to take a vidio camara with us we got some freaky **** on there and there is slave quarters in the back of the plantation, we we desided to go in there but everytime we did the camara battery went dead, buit as soon as we would leave the camcorder would turn back on, and we have it on the vidio camara about the big black slave, we couldnt see nuthin but a black image through the camcorder yah its freaky, univesity of south alabama is referbishing it now and they say if they work after dark they can hear people ” slaves ” hollaring because of gettin beaten its real after all of that ive not been to crazy about going to cry baby bridge
just go to the plantion around 1:30 at night on a full moon and i bet u wont stay for long

elaine says:

January 13, 2007, 2:09 am

There is a crybaby bridge in Chilton Co. Alabama also.Went there last week heard noisees and took pictures of orbs also battery went down on camera for aminute till we got away the camera was okay

Breezi says:

January 13, 2007, 3:42 pm

hey send me directions

Breezi says:

January 13, 2007, 3:43 pm

hey send me a comment

Tyelar says:

January 14, 2007, 12:33 am

Dude, I went there and it true nig! The damn baby followed me with its foot prints! I lucky i got out of there alive!

Rachel says:

January 15, 2007, 7:28 pm

Hey, I live in SC and my friends and I went up to Crybaby bridge today and a couple other times. But I was just wondering if anyone knows anything about the cult that sets up on Saturday nights in the church not but just down the road from the bridge. I would just like to know about this cult, not join it or anyting. But I’ve heard people talk about it but they don’t know what they do or anything like that. But just to be more specific the bridge I’m talking about you take 5 notch rd. all the way down and it turns onto sweetwater rd. then you turn right by this old decrepit gas station and then go until you take a left onto old stage rd. But if anyone knows about the cult or anything please send me an email at
the_only_kix@yahoo.com

hannah and amy says:

January 18, 2007, 3:36 pm

i think it was enteresting;-)___amy
i am going 2 see !!!!retards!!!!-hannah

holly kombrink says:

January 21, 2007, 1:40 am

PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE

I NEED directions to CRY BABY BRIDGE in OLATHE,KANSAS
Come on! There must be somebody out there that knows where the thing is located!help me. help me. help me.

SarahandKerrie says:

January 21, 2007, 3:30 pm

holy hec!!! we really want 2 see this place…we leave near a haunted building! we go there a lot…it’s called the Whole Back Stage. have you herd of it? well get back to us… c-ya

SarahandKerrie says:

January 21, 2007, 3:31 pm

holy hec!!! we want to go see this place… we live near a huanted building… it’s called the Whole Backstage…have you herd of it??? well get back to us! c-ya

SarahandKerrie says:

January 23, 2007, 8:48 pm

sorry we put the same thing twice we thought it didn’t send…

mark says:

January 25, 2007, 12:53 am

its a bunch a bull!!!!!

mae says:

February 1, 2007, 6:45 pm

I live in mobile and I have been to cry baby bridge several times and only once was i scared out of my mind. I did not hear a baby cry but I did hear a woman scream. Not a scream of fear but a scream of pure terrior.
I would tell anyone interested in the place to visit it.

karina says:

February 9, 2007, 2:26 pm

wow thats not interisting but it boring

BARBIE BOY! says:

February 11, 2007, 5:37 pm

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I LOVE TOBY KIETH!ANYWAYS BARBIE’S CALLIN’ ME, BARBIE BOYS GOTTA GO!)
SORRY SO SHORT! I’LL B HERE TILL THURSDAY!THANK YOU THANK YOU VERY MUCH! PEACE OUT TO ALL THE NERDY BARBIE BOYS!!!!!!!G2GYOOOOOOOOO

BARBIE BOY! says:

February 11, 2007, 5:48 pm

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mash says:

February 15, 2007, 4:32 pm

#1. There are a couple of “crybaby” bridges in SC. One in Anderson one in EDGEMOOR as opposed to edgefield.

#2. The one in Edgemoor is off of Humpback Bridge Rd. between Rock Hill and Chester. If you google Edgemoor, you can get a map.

#3. It’s creepy, but judging from the number of used condoms and beer bottles, it’s a pretty popular place.

aneesa says:

February 21, 2007, 8:34 pm

ACTUAL STORY I SAW ON THE NET

CRY BABY BRIDGE: IT IS SAID THAT ONE RAINY NIGHT IN OKLAHOMA ON A SMALL DIRT ROAD . A YOUNG WOMEN WITH HER BABY WAS LEAVING HOME TO HEAD FOR WORK. SHE HAD THE SMALL BABY SAFLEY STRAPPED IN THE CAR SEAT. WHEN SHE CROSSED THE SMALL WOODEN BRIDGE THE DAM OF THE LAKE THAT WAS NEXT TO THE ROAD BROKE. WIPING OUT THE BRIDGE, AND SWEEPING THE CAR DOWN STREAM. THE MOTHERS BODY WAS FOUND WASHED UP ON SHORE, BUT THE BABYS BODY WAS NEVER FOUND THE BABYS CLOTHES AND BLOOD WAS FOUND ON A METAL STAKE UNDER THE WASHED OUT BRIDGE THE CAR SEAT STILL STRAPPED IN THE CAR. THEY DRUG THE LAKE AND THE STREAM AND NEVER FOUND THE BABY. THE BRIDGE IS STILL WASHED OUT TO THIS DAY AND IT IS SAID IF YOU GO THERE ON A RAINY NIGHT YOU CAN STILL HERE THE BABY CRY, AND THE FRANTIC MOTHER WILL APPEAR AND ASK YOU IF YOU HAVE SEEN HER BABY.

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your mom says:

February 26, 2007, 1:28 pm

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your mom says:

February 26, 2007, 1:29 pm

i munched your daughters *****

your mom says:

February 26, 2007, 1:30 pm

your wife is a marijuana prostitute

Jennifer says:

February 26, 2007, 10:36 pm

I live in Georgia, right across the bridge is Edgefield SC, where “Cry Baby Bridge” is. I have only heard two stories about how the whole thing came about and they resemble each other. There are 3 bridges total out there. After the first one there is a old church and small house on the right hand side with a cemetary in the back of the church. The story goes as I have heard it, The preacher of the church had a daughter, whom had a baby out of wedlock. He was ashamed by it and took the baby and threw it over the bridge and she went in after and they both died. The other story I heard was that she was ashamed after having the baby out of wedlock and threw herself and the baby over the bridge.

I have some very close friends whom have been out there awhile back and was scared out of their mind. You have to travel down a dirt road to get to the bridges. On the first one is where most of the wierd stuff took place. You are suppose to go there, turn ALL your lights off…Get out of the car and put the keys on the hood. Then yell “B!t@H I got your baby!” 3 times. They claimed to have heard a baby crying afterwards. They took several groups of people with them. My friend said she jumped into the car with her sister to keep her company so she wouldnt be by herself and was turned talking to her in the drivers seat and her sister started shaking and screaming and telling her not to look behind her. There was a woman trying to get in the door where she was. They tried starting the car but it wouldnt start up right away. Afterwards they went to a gas station nearby and there were tiny hand prints all over the side of the vehicle and windows.

We went the other night for the first time, we had a farely large group and alot of them wouldn’t shut up so we could even try to hear anything, and me being the chicken I am, wouldn’t even think about yelling things out to anything or anyone that might be out there. But unfortunetly nothing happened at any of the sites around there.

If you live around the Augusta, North Augusta area..I have a good haunting site that I promise you will experience something everytime you go there. I Have been their numerous times and still to this day after the first time going there, wont get out of my car. Email me for directions… JMims76@knology.net

Shane Kimbrough says:

March 4, 2007, 8:26 pm

This is real **** i live in Fayetteville, Tn right outside of Flintville, TN and i’ve been there twice cuz my friend lives right next to it iz some greepy **** 4 real.

Shane Kimbrough says:

March 4, 2007, 8:29 pm

You will see baby foot prints and also you will see a woman holding a baby if you get to clse she will chase you so don’t get to close ppl. It iz off a road called sicard hollow or at least the one in Flintville is! so try it for your self it is creepy!

Lauren says:

March 10, 2007, 10:30 pm

For crybaby Bridge in Olathe, Kansas.. you take santa fe all the way until you get to Lake Shore Drive. Turn on Lake Shore Drive and you drive as far as you can get until you have to turn. Take a left and keep going until it turns into a gravel road and at the end of the gravel road you’ll see the lake and you stop on the bridge and you’re there. Turn off your car and turn off your lights and roll down your window and be completly silent. when I went, I didn’t hear anything but my friends swore they did. have funn. =]

Susie says:

March 11, 2007, 2:34 pm

I’ve been to crybaby bridge numerous times. The only scary thing out there are the numerous rednecks with shotguns that surround the area. Don’t waste your time.

Christina says:

March 11, 2007, 4:38 pm

ive been to crybaby bridge and yes i did hear a cry and i heard shots but i didnt bring powder

shiann says:

March 12, 2007, 5:28 pm

My Sister Saw Tiny Footprits And Heard Crys.

amy says:

March 15, 2007, 12:15 pm

whoa dude that is scary man

where d’you find that story from that is scary i am scared of my baby sista’s now shut up man

Kristin says:

March 16, 2007, 12:08 am

Tonight just like last night my friends and I went to crybaby bridge in Edgefield S.C. We didn’t see anything I think i was praying a little to hard. But we have been before …..most of ya’ll have the story all wrong i have lived in Edgefield and we were always told that there was a women with a baby and these men took her baby and held it over the creek and acted like they tossed it in when really it was a big rock and the women jumped in after her baby and was killed….the story goes on to say that if u go on to the bridge and yell “***** I have your baby ” wierd things will happen, and believe me it will… But that place is under watch by the cops so watch out….there are a lot of other places in are town that are haunted the court house, the local pond, some churches and a lot of houses.

Chad Pilgrim says:

March 19, 2007, 12:53 am

The Plantation house on Oak Grove Rd (by crybaby) has people living in the house and so does the house next door. but on oak grove you will see some wood post by the plantation house and the trail leads to the family graveyard… its pretty freaky. And there are two houses on 45 by the exit to the school they are really scary looking but the one with the brick fence has an alarm so becareful and watch out for the po po

MIchael says:

March 27, 2007, 8:24 pm

Hey i was just at cry baby bridge and I brought like 5 baby powder cans it was scary as hell I mean there were foot prints every were even in my car! I warn you don’t go up there it”s bad news

Zach says:

April 4, 2007, 3:36 am

I was told that the Horton Mill Bridge in Oneonta, AL was like this. I went at midnight and tried the candy bar thing. Nothing really happened, except for the wrapper was peeled back more and I kept hearing voices next to the bridge, but the only thing weird with that is the bridge is 200 ft over a river. That bridge is almost 72 years old and is a covered bridge so it could have been the wind. Who knows?!

ami says:

June 13, 2007, 9:40 pm

ok everybody that sais that crybaby bridge is real well it is not so real the only thing real about it is that u hear a baby crying u see no footprints and no footprints on your car or anything like that i live in alabama and i have to this bridge 5 times and every time i do the babypowder and nothing ever works ever

dee says:

June 16, 2007, 5:58 pm

Um, we’re in the Alabama section. Why are you people talkin about New Jersey?????

cry baby's momma says:

June 24, 2007, 10:51 pm

i live less then 5 minutes from “cry baby bridge” its so not true and as far as it being in saraland thats also false gee for pete’s sake get the story straight…ITS BULLS**T

alice says:

June 30, 2007, 12:59 pm

i like ghosts their cool i mean have u ever seen one? I wish i had, when im older im going to that bridge and brinbing some powder!!!!!!!!

kaye says:

July 1, 2007, 2:32 pm

You know most of the people on here cant even spell, let alone tell a complete story yall are so stupid.

Amy Lynn Falls says:

July 2, 2007, 6:19 pm

The RealCry Baby Bridge Is Located In Mulga Alabama.It Is Haunted By A Woman And Her Child After Being Hit By A Drunk Driver,The Woman And Her Child Was Crossing Over The Bridge On Foot Because Her Car Broke Down On The Side Of The Road Right Before The Bridge.Her And Her Child Went Over The Side Of The Bridge.The Legend Is If You Park Your Car And Walk Over The Bridge You Will Hear The Child Crying And See The Woman Walking Toward You.She Is Looking For Her Child.

mike says:

July 3, 2007, 2:50 am

thats bayview brige in mulga al,theres many differnt stories about the lady i lived close to there never saw anything camped out fishing all night nothing but alot of snakes around there 1980 they tore down the old iron brige the new brige spooky but not like the old one lots of people go there and get scared becase they want to see something and they here lake noises like beaver loons fish jumping but it is rel dark and spooky there

kara says:

July 6, 2007, 6:54 pm

This sounds like a story I’ve heard from Texas. It’s called La Llorona “the crying woman”. she killed her child and she cries near every river and if you hear her cries too close she will take your life and drown you.

mike says:

July 7, 2007, 2:53 am

what people here are screech owls and some times bobcats at night when it dark it can scare the hell out of you exp if your from the city and never herd noises around lakes before at night sounds like a baby crying or maybe its bigfoot and nesse steped on his little toe or maybe a bunny sad becouse he jroped a unicorn egg no its a owl or something like that i do think some of this stuff is real but lets face it how many cry baby bridges are they in the us over 40 what the odds in that its a good story but told 2 many times

cassidy says:

July 9, 2007, 4:33 pm

THE CRY BABY BRIDGE SO COOL COULD YOU GIVE ME DIRECTIONS PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Whitney Romero-from kansas says:

July 21, 2007, 12:29 am

Hey, In a couple of nights I will go out the the one in Olathe Kansas to see about all dis s***. Im kinda scared, But Im not, soooo…. If anyone from Olathe has gone there Say something so I dont waste my Time

Adios

yolando says:

August 3, 2007, 12:30 am

ive been to cry babay bridge in saraland on holloween night and some kids that were there that live in that area said theres i a peacock farm behind the woods and thats what make the whinning noise that we think is a babay!

GARY says:

August 4, 2007, 4:56 am

hey what’s up? just thought i would say that i never heard of cry baby bridge until tonight. actually saw some photos of the one in s.c. i won’t lie, the photos are freaky if they are real. there is a photo of a woman reaching out and like some figures in the back ground. it was on the web. i don’t know if it is true, but i guess if you want to know, you’ll just have to go find out. it is on a paranormal investigator website.

tabitha says:

September 6, 2007, 6:00 pm

i want to know the direction to the cry baby bridge in russiville al henry hill in hatton al and any other one that anyone know about please please please please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

tab says:

September 6, 2007, 6:07 pm

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September 18, 2007, 2:56 am

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September 18, 2007, 3:03 am

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Susan says:

September 19, 2007, 9:50 am

This is the Cry Baby Hollow that I grew up knowing about and went to several times when I was a teenager in the late 1980’s. Nothing ever happened while I was there. The quote below is from the Shadowlands website.

“Decatur,Alabama – Crybaby Hollow – A long, narrow, dark road off of hwy 31 will bring you to an 8ft long bridge with no rails that is said to be haunted by the spirit of a crying baby. If you park on the bridge and put your car in neutral your car will either rock back and forth like mine has or be pushed forward. Small handprints have been left on the cars afterwards.”

apryl says:

September 23, 2007, 11:21 am

to get to cry baby bridge you get on 280 and go towards home depot you take a left/right onto the road.. you’ll pass 2 neighborhoods you keep going straight and it with be about a mile and a half till you come to a dirt road. You go straight down the road and there will be a bridge with a bunch of grafitti(sp) on it. it has a lot of holes in it. But it is a really pretty bridge. Me and my friends go swimming there a lot and nothings really happened. We only had one weird experiance. We went there at about 11 one night and heard a bunch of rumbling in the trees and a loud scream but we were drunk so we just laughed it off and then we saw someone or somthing just sitting on the edge of the river. We went down to see what or who is was and it was gone. it could have just been the alcohol but i think it was a ghost.

Ashley says:

October 3, 2007, 8:44 pm

I have been here.This is so true.We have been here plenty times!

Nelly says:

October 4, 2007, 5:06 pm

Ok there are major fools out there who just want to be heard and that’s sad. I didn’t know there were so many Cry Baby Bridge’s. Where exactly is the one in Alabama? and i’ve been trying to look for good true websites with true ghost stories…any suggestions?

steve says:

October 7, 2007, 1:55 am

cry baby is NOT REAL.theres is a piece of pvc pipe that goes along the side of the bridge that is open on either end so when the wind blows a sound that sounds like a baby crying I LIVE IN SARALAND

Madison says:

October 9, 2007, 6:45 pm

at camp we were talking about scarey places and someone said this is what happened…….

a man told his wife that he didnt want her and the baby so he would either kill her or she would have to go and kill the baby she picked to kill the baby she took the baby to the bridge and told she loved her and bla bla bla what ever she wanted to say and the she threw the baby of the bridge and watched it go down the river crying thats were they got the name “Cry Baby Bridge” from.

P.S people say the baby was a girl named isabella and if you go to the bridge between 1-1:30 am you can here the baby and mother crying

michalla garcia says:

October 17, 2007, 7:52 pm

DUDE!!! that is so cool! now i want to go to that bridge and see if that happends!! if i go there and put that babby powder stuff on the bridge and i dont see any foot steps….. IM GOING TO BE MAD AS H**L!!

KINSEY says:

October 22, 2007, 1:49 pm

COULD SOMEONE PLEASE GIVE DIRECTIONS FOR THE ONE ON HWY. 73 IN MONTEVALLO, AL ON CEMETARY RD. THERE’S A HOUSE BEFORE THE BRIDGE IN A PASTURE THAT’S ALSO HAUNTED, SO IT’S LIKE KILING 2 BIRDS WITH 1 STONE.

Princezz says:

October 23, 2007, 7:05 pm

i ive been livin in Alabama almost forever.. ive never heard of the crybaby bridge.. and i stay right next to Saraland.. and if you all want to know any directions to Saraland then please refer to Google.com.. there is a church and WalMart right next to the exit while entering Saraland, please use those clues thanks!! (^_^)

cindy says:

October 25, 2007, 3:37 pm

I know about the one on Hwy 73. If you’re going to cry baby bridge you need to stop by the house. the porch light will constantly blink but if you go on the porch you will notice that there is no bulb in the socket. to get the full effect you must go inside the house shut the door and stand there in the dark and wait. if you wait long enough you will hear screaming and glass breaking. have fun.

Hokeyfan says:

October 28, 2007, 2:37 pm

Why can’t anyone give specific directions for this alleged haunting spot?

melissa says:

October 28, 2007, 6:35 pm

i live in saraland and the crybaby bridge thig is a lie. it is stupid and iv been like 5 times and we have never heard a baby crying so i wouldnt waste my time

amber says:

October 29, 2007, 12:23 am

to the people who are dogging “cry baby bridge” … you looked it up so shut up…

Nicole says:

October 29, 2007, 11:01 am

I live in Mobile, AL and I have been to crybaby bridge in Saraland twice. The first time we saw nothing! But the second time we all got out of the car and walked to the bridge and got real quite and off in the distance we heard a baby crying. And the real story behind it is that the family that live in the Plantation were going over the bridge when it was a wooden bridge and yes it has been replaced but the creek is the same. Anyway the horse got spooked and the carriage went over and the mother and father lived but the baby did not survive. Her spirit is said to still be there searching for her parents. I have never heard of the baby powder thing though. I hope this helps!

KINSEY says:

October 29, 2007, 2:56 pm

JUST FOUND OUT THE CRYBABY BRIDGE ON HWY. 73 IS ****. AND TO ADD INSULT TO INJURY, SOMEBODY BURNED THE HOUSE DOWN WITH THE BLINKING LIGHTS. DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE THE CRYBABY BRIDGE IS IN WEST BLOCTON WITH SPECIFIC DIRECTIONS?

Ben Norris says:

October 29, 2007, 10:11 pm

im tellling everybody right now the story is not real i live 5 min. from the bridge ive tried it all nothing happens its just a story to scare the kids

Caitlin says:

October 31, 2007, 12:06 pm

Alight, I live in this place, and it is a Baby Ruth candy bar on the hood of your car. The baby should take it or open it and take a bite.

girish says:

October 31, 2007, 3:14 pm

i am in india so not possible to come there.

Lauren and Jessica says:

November 18, 2007, 1:48 pm

We went to cry baby bridge in saraland last night. It was 1:09 am when we got there. We stoped on the bridge and turned our truck off to see if we could really hear the baby cryin but we wern’t far enough on the bridge, so we went to crank the truck back up to move it up and it would not crank! Nothing would work on the truck. We all got out and started pushing it off. We got it off the bridge and we tried to get it to start for an hour, and it still would not start. We tried to stop cars as they went by and none of them would stop.

tara says:

November 26, 2007, 8:28 pm

i think thats kinda sad. and not really something i would go out of my way to hear. I got a cry baby at home. my husband!!! I think the reason why she could not “crank” her truck is b/c she left the lights on or the radio or something. Not b/c the cry baby messed with it. If you want to see something bad enough you will. It’s called the power of suggestion.

sammy says:

December 7, 2007, 12:54 pm

i went to cry baby bridge and parked on the side. Me and my boyfriend were just looking for a quiet place to bang bang boogie. All of a sudden we heard cries. The windows were all foggy because of the sexual tension and all of a sudden a hand print appeared in the foggyness of the window. We were really scared and my sex was bad because of it. We will never go back there because not only was it scary but he didnt finish.

Sam Kerpoki says:

December 7, 2007, 12:57 pm

i went to cry baby bridge and parked on the side. Me and my boyfriend were just looking for a quiet place to bang bang boogie. All of a sudden we heard cries. The windows were all foggy because of the sexual tension and all of a sudden a hand print appeared in the foggyness of the window. We were really scared and my sex was bad because of it. We will never go back there because not only was it scary but he didnt finish and i was very mad!!!!

Sam Kerpoki says:

December 7, 2007, 12:57 pm

i went to cry baby bridge and parked on the side. Me and my boyfriend were just looking for a quiet place to bang bang boogie. All of a sudden we heard cries. The windows were all foggy because of the sexual tension and all of a sudden a hand print appeared in the foggyness of the window. We were really scared and my sex was bad because of it. We wiill never go back there because not only was it scary but he didnt finish and i was very mad!!!!

jordan says:

December 20, 2007, 4:46 pm

ok guys look I live in semmes, not 10 minutes from saraland (where the bridge is) I have been MANY times and had very different experiences each time I have tried the baby powder and everything I have taken all of my friends it is VERY real! Also, about a half mile from the bridge (going away from the plantation on oak grove there is dead mans curve, and many people have died here if you’ve drove down Kali oka you’ll know why! Also I have been to the plantation house many times growing up when it was abandoned because my aunt nikki lives like a quarter mile passed it on oak grove me and my cousins made the mistake of riding our 4- wheelers to it late one night you WILL see a man in the top window of the second house and you can see a woman in a large white dress lighting a candle on the first story window to the right! The other people who said it has been renovated and other people own it now are correct they have cristmas lights GALORE! But i just thought i would inform the people who think they know what they are talking about on here! Peace.

Lil Dreamer says:

December 30, 2007, 4:50 pm

i hae been here before and i heard the baby crying it was so creapy

Respardo says:

January 6, 2008, 10:59 pm

SOOOOOOOOO SAD DONT YOU GUYS THINK!!!!?????

Respardo says:

January 6, 2008, 11:02 pm

I really have been there and me and my friend SAW the baby it was sooooooooo sad!!!

thomas says:

January 13, 2008, 1:48 am

there seems to be a cry baby bridge in every town I have lived in but I must say that the one in Vinita Oklahoma is the best. however after several hours of trying to find the sound of the baby crying, somefriends of mine and others myself included realized it was two tree branches rubbing togather that really did sound like a baby crying. So I am almost sure every cry baby bridge has an explanation if your willing to look for one

eden says:

February 12, 2008, 1:26 pm

this is so true! I have seen the lil baby before. He is so cute I have seen his spirit before.. I can t believe that she throw him over the bridge!!!! he was only 2. I live 30 minutes from that bridge. When I was 6 I had a birthday party there. and that same night me and 2 of my friends went out to the bridge, and i told them about the story about the lil boy getting thrown over the bridge and how u could still seee him sometimes!!!! If u want more just comment this again and i will tlll u some more!!!!!!

love eden s.

Southern Rocker says:

February 19, 2008, 1:39 am

Hey, I live in Alabama.
There was recently a man murdered in Madison, in Huntsville. His house is out near Greenbier and supposedly haunted by his ghost. Heres how the story goes:
The man was just sitting in his house asleep in his chair from watching his T.V. His neighbor goes crazy and comes over to his house and shoots him 6 times. Then the crazy man goes back to his house and burns it down for no reason. And if you go into his house late at night (or early in the morning 10:30-2:30) you can hear the static of the T.V. and sometimes you and see the man in the corner just staring.
I’ve been to the house, the people around here have nick-named it: The Caution House (because of the police caution tap around it. When I was there I didn’t hear any static but I THOUGHT I was being watched and saw someone in a corner.
If you live near Madison check it out, ask me for directions.
-Jason

nathan says:

February 29, 2008, 5:02 pm

i would love to get derictions to this place i’ve heard many stories saying its true and many saying it’s not i need to find out for sure

sunshine says:

March 8, 2008, 12:54 pm

where in alabama is cry baby bridge ?

penelope says:

March 10, 2008, 8:02 pm

Don’t go there!

I’m warning you!I live near this brige and it is absolutly horrer filled!One night my friend Dana and I decided to test said huanting grounds.We placed some baby powder near the final resting place of the child.When we awoke the next day,the brige was covered in the footprints of a small child.Needless to say we were scared.

If you go, please be careful.You don’t need to tamper with the unknown.

george says:

March 18, 2008, 1:08 pm

there s a cry baby bridge in blanchard,ok and it is god damn scary u can hear the baby cry only on halloween night at at exactly midnite it is so fucked up scary go tthere on halloween nite!

Ryan says:

March 18, 2008, 4:08 pm

I’ve been to the crybaby bridge in Edgefield many times. I’ve never believed in ghosts, spirits, or any of that stuff the slightest bit, until a picture was taken in my car right outside of horns creek church. There is a ghost in my rear view mirror, no doubt. If you dont believe me, email me at REmathews@usca.edu and I’ll send you the picture.

Sara says:

March 24, 2008, 7:31 pm

I think it would be scary to pour baby -powder off of the bridge and see baby footprints. That would scare the heck out of me!!!!!!!!! Iam not much of a scary person like my sisters are. I got to go! Bye!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tiffany says:

March 25, 2008, 5:20 pm

I live in Illinois. I know of this place called KC Bridge. I went there and it was totally scary, I could hear the baby crying. OMG! Legend has it that 1 year there was this really bad snow storm when this woman and her baby were going across a bridge. Her car broke down and wouldn’t start back. She was about 5 miles out of town. No 1 lived around. The woman bundled up her baby very warmly and got out of the car. The place was on a road next to a cemetary. She took her baby over to the cemetary and laid her baby behind a tall stone where the wind couldn’t get 2 the baby. Then she started walking. It was a really bad blizzard and she froze 2 death b4 she could get 2 civilization. Her baby died too. Now if u go out there when it is dark, and listen really carefully, u can hear a baby crying and a woman screaming 4 her baby. It is completely and totally 100% true. I swear!

Tiffany says:

March 25, 2008, 5:23 pm

The girl who wrote above my 1st comment is my little sister, Sara, she is totally scared 2 come on this website. She said the stories r 2 scary! Sissy!

Clay says:

March 25, 2008, 9:59 pm

With all of this talk about Cry Baby Bridge off Kali-oka, how come no one has mentioned Soul City? There are confirmed wierd things that have happened there. I havent been back to Alabama in many years, but i actually think they may have messed soul city up when the widened the road. not too sure though.

kristen says:

March 28, 2008, 1:20 pm

ive visited the bridge quite a few times. mostly in the day time but once me and a few of my friends were out and they dared me and my boyfriend to stand up there and makeout. so when we did, all we heard was what sounded like a big splash in some water not to far away. so we just both looked at each other and took of running!!! but i wont ever forget it! it was such a thrilling time!!

Ashley says:

April 4, 2008, 11:51 am

There is also a cry baby bridge in Anderson IN…..I was extremely confused when I found this site. It’s a completely different story. A mother drowned her daughter and the body was never recovered. If you turn your car off on the bridge you can here the cries and whimpers, and many a times going out there we have had trouble starting the car. I have heard this from others visiting too. The car won’t start.

Ryan says:

April 6, 2008, 10:46 pm

If you go to the Forty Acre Rock in South Carolina, there’s a CryBaby Bridge near there. The story is that a mother and hear baby was driving home one day. When she was crossing the bridge, she lost control and both her and her baby was thrown out of the car. The mother, worried for her baby, started to search for her baby who was crying. But she couldn’t find it, no matter how hard she looked. They say now if you go there at night you will hear the baby crying. Also, if you leave there and go down the road a bit in your car, then you’ll find a orange baracade on the side of the road. If you park there, then go down the trail, there’ll be a old family cemetary there. It’s really cool.

Ryan says:

April 6, 2008, 11:00 pm

p.s. the bridge is connected to the old Highway 106. And I stress old, since the highway was from the 1920’s, and the bridge is from 1926. The story of the mother and her baby is from the 1940’s and the cemetary is from the 1700’s. Also, if you do go there, pay attention to the yellow lines on the road. Cause if you look at it, the lines are farther apart then they are now. Back in the old days, they painted the lines far apart. There’s your random information of the day.

ryan says:

April 9, 2008, 12:49 pm

http://www.edgefielddaily.com/edgefield031908_1.html

theres a ghost picture of me outside the church near the crybaby bridge in Edgefield, SC for those of you who wanted to see it.

Michelle says:

April 13, 2008, 1:01 am

I use to go out to cry baby bridge in Olathe, KS back 23 years ago. It is right by Olathe Lake but it isnt the new bridge. It is to the north through what is a farmers field. The last time I was out there he was waiting with a gun sitting in his lawn chair telling all of us to get off his property. Before that the only thing I ever saw was a deer that ran through the creek and freaked the heck out me and we have heard many bobcat in the area which can sound a lot like a crying baby or a screaming woman. One time when I was taking my friends out there, right before the bridge my friend’s care started filling with smoke through the vents and we lost our lights but the car was still running so we drove back to Olathe full speed with no lights totally freaking ourselves out. As soon as we hit 7 hwy the lights came back on and worked fine the rest of the time. That car always had strange problems but that time sure got our hearts racing lol.

miranda says:

May 1, 2008, 3:44 pm

cry baby bridge> how could anybody want to kill their baby that is just so cruel?

Aundreaa says:

May 15, 2008, 11:38 pm

My cheering caoch did this it really is real.
I will want to try this.
Do you guys think I should?

Milena says:

May 26, 2008, 7:40 pm

i haven’t been there but by what all u said its probably really scary!

Susannah says:

June 7, 2008, 4:08 pm

From what I heard, the baby was actually thrown off by it’s unwed teenage mother who also jumped off..

Kelly says:

June 18, 2008, 2:22 pm

I really need directions to this place so I can see if this is really real. I do research on ghosts, and I want to see if actually will happen.

Patrick Rivers says:

June 24, 2008, 2:08 am

Hey just got back from cry baby bridge and I do admit that its pretty scary. And the thing about the scratches on your car totally true. The supposed crying you hear may have an explanation but thats only a part of it check it out for yourself sounds like everyone had a differnt experience. It was really interesting.

Austin says:

June 26, 2008, 3:57 pm

I’ve seen this…it is true and actually, kinda freaky and you also forgot that you car won’t start sometimes till morning….

josh says:

June 28, 2008, 11:16 pm

hey….i live in citronelle, like 5 minuets away from kali oka rd. and the stories are true. there is a baby crying at night and you can see ppl at the plantation. there also made a movie called dead birds. so if yall really wanna be freaked out, go to the bridge.

BCH says:

July 6, 2008, 1:43 pm

i like baby powder :)))
wink wink.

my teacher once applied it to
my grandfathers rump.
that was back in the day.
it a sad sad sad story.
the baby powder exploded and got in her eye. then she fell back and hit her head like in degrassi. as she got up she raped my poor grandfather. which was homeless at the time. thats when she got prego. thats why we have hayes :))))
she now suffers a terrible disease called wrinklygonoriabuttblossumaphobia disease

brady says:

July 7, 2008, 11:29 pm

Ok there is a crybaby bridge in locust fork alabama, me and my friends went on it tonight, nothing happened,

The story i heard is that ” The bridge would always flood over when it rained, it was a stormy night and a mother and her baby had to go over the bridge to get home, the bridge was sumerged but she thought if she gunned it over the bridge they would make it, she was wrong, they drifted away and the car and bodys were found weeks later. If you go there today and park your car and kill the egnition and wait… you will hear the baby crying, also if you but a candy bar on the bridge drive away come back the opposite direction you came a baby bite will be taken out”

lake says:

July 20, 2008, 8:21 pm

hey yall. there is one cry baby bridge in saraland. here where it is. i am not formillare with the place cause i just move to saraland if you know where spanish trace is its next to the naborhood. all i know is a girl and a baby were driving and the car flip into the creek and the babny died but the woman survise i think. my mom told me that. im going to try it out since i can walk right up to it do yall know if dogs can hear the baby if they cry?? my dog always bark at nite at something. dogs can hear better than hum ans so i think that y she bark. it is spooky. on halloween i c if i can scar my cousin.

Abby says:

July 23, 2008, 11:30 am

I went to this bridge several times as a child. The legend that we heard is that a couple was so frustrated with their new child, since it wouldn’t stop crying. They became fed up and threw it over the bridge. It’s quite frightening. There is a lot of trash in there, so the “crying” could just be the wind going through it, but we saw a baby carriage in there once.

Also, the plantation down the road is one of the scariest places I’ve been to in my life. Someone does live there; lights were on when we went. The road coming back is supposedly haunted by old slaves of the plantation, and I swear I saw someone in a tree above the road. The driver, my friend’s dad, must have saw it too because he gunned it after I said something. Just don’t trespass onto the plantation.

William P. says:

July 25, 2008, 10:44 pm

I am from Mobile, Al. I am 35 years old. I have heard ghost stories about crybaby bridge ever since I can remember! I have heard to many stories from people I know, and relatives who have had actual ghostly encounters there, for it not to be true. I have only been across the bridge a couple of time in my life, it was daytime and nothing happened. The stories I heard about the babypowder goes like this: You stop your car in the middle of the bridge,get out and sprinkle the powder on your car, bumper to bumper. Get back in the car and try to start it. Something goes wrong with the electrical system, it may or maynot start, but your lights will go haywire. But you might wind up having to get out to push the car off the bridge to get it to start. You will see the baby’s hand and footprints where it climbed onto the car. I have heard others say you can turn the car off, put it in nuetral, and it will “mysteriously” roll to the end off the bridge. I have heard of the very large slave ghost as well. Before I started this post, I called an aunt of mine to see what she knew,and she told me that my uncles took here there once when she was a child, she didn’t remeber everything but she did however say that she saw strange lights, and was scared out off her mind. I do think that it is highly possible that crybaby brige on Kali-Oka Rd is haunted. I have heard to many stories from friends and relatives for it not to be.

brooke says:

July 27, 2008, 12:52 am

Im brooke, and the baby is actually my fourth cousin. People twist and turn the story so much, but really she was on her way to church in a hurry and wrecked with the baby in here lap. I live maybe 15 minutes if that from the bridge and we go every year around halloween and nothing has happened yet. I can gurantee you it is not haunted.

tinkerbell says:

August 4, 2008, 6:35 pm

i have been to cry baby brige.yall need to go when it is raining.you will see a woman.when you go a cross the brige she will be in your back seat.you will hear the baby crying.and when you get a cross the woman will deapey from your backseat and be a the brige.but if you look in your backseat your seat will be wet.i have herd that the woman drowed the baby becase it was crying so she stop the car and throw the baby over.when of my friend was going with his friends his friends was in front of him so when he seen the woman in the car he called them and told them she was back there they with crazy.this cry baby brige is in alabama.if you now anything about sacry place let me now.i love this stelf.

JOE says:

August 7, 2008, 6:41 pm

I WENT TO THE CRYBABY BRIDGE IN OLATHE, KANSAS. Me and my friends drove over there, turned off our car, rolled down the windows, and listened. At first, we didn’t hear anything so we got out of the car and from the top of the bridge, shined a flashlight on the creek. We looked down, and SAW THE BABY picking it’s nose and playing with it’s boogers! It was SO SCARY! Then, we ran back to the car, screaming and THE STEERING WHEEL WAS COVERED IN BOOGERS! You guys, I am warning you right now. DO NOT GO TO CRYBABY BRIDGE! I have had trouble sleeping ever since I went there. Do not go!

angel says:

August 11, 2008, 6:05 pm

i’ve been to cry baby bridge in lawton oklahoma the story goes,a mother and her baby were driving across the bridge when they crashed the baby could not be found until a couple of days later,the local devel worshipers hung the baby up under the bridge,after thhat every night around midnight you can here the baby cry.if you ever make it to the bridge take a picture things will start to show up in it,you will start to see faces,they say the faces are of demons.

I'm Not Giving my name says:

August 18, 2008, 6:02 pm

I have heard of a cry baby bridge in Mississippi , that if you go there at night and park on the bridge with lights off , you can hear a baby crying and when you go to start your car it won’t start , I went there with a couple of friends and their kids , which the kids have never heard the story about it , and their little boy about 5 at the time turned and said he heard a baby crying , but us adults never did hear it , But the little boy never even heard the story about the bridge .

Brownie says:

August 18, 2008, 6:07 pm

Tinker bell : Hi I don’t know if you heard about this yet or not but there is a courthouse in Carolton Alabama that is haunted it is called the carollton County Courthouse , they say you can see a man’s face in the window .

Brie Kemp says:

August 19, 2008, 3:56 pm

There is a crybaby bridge in every state. I’ve lived in Iowa, Illinois, Florida, Mississippi, and Alabama, and there is literally a cry baby bridge in every one of them. I’ve been to a few, but the only one that I know of that is actually a for sure thing, is in Illinois. Viola, I believe the name of the town was. My friends and I went there one night, did exactly what we were supposed to do, with the baby powder and stuff, and it worked. And it was a hill, as well, we were facing UP hill, so it was no coincedence. It was really freaky, but really cool. Part of that bridge was damaged in the accident (a schoolbus or something, I think the story went) and it has never been repaired.

Anyway…thought I’d share that little tidbit. Not every crybaby bridge is the real thing.

amy says:

August 23, 2008, 4:14 pm

i need directions to the one in jersey like asap for tonight !

Kristielynn says:

August 25, 2008, 9:36 am

hey, My name is kristielynn im a cheerleader and my cheerleading squad wanted to go somewhere this holloween so this wood be awesome to do. could u give me direction if so plz go to xxcheerleadingloverxx18@yahoo.com

SHANNON says:

August 26, 2008, 2:35 pm

HEY ALL OF YOU WHO THINK CRYBABY BRIDGE IS REAL GREAT THINKING I LIVE IN SARALAND ABOUT 5 MIN AWAY ONLY ON OCT 31ST CAN YOU HEAR OR SEE THIS AND ALL YOU HEAR IS A BABY CRYING . ITS NOT SCARY UNLESS BABY MAKE YOU WET YOUR PANTS . I LIVED IN A HAUNTED HOUSE AND IAM HERE TO TELL YOU . GHOST ARE REAL . IF ANY OF YOU WANT TO GO TO A HAUNTED HOUSE GO TO BAYOU LA BATRE , AL . I LEFT MY STUFF WENT TO JAIL LEAVING THE HOUSE . MY T.V CAME ON BY IT SELF MY FAUCETS CAME ON BY THEM SELF FLOODED MY HOUSE THE BACK ROOM ONLY UNLOCKED WHEN IT WANTED TO BE UNLOCKED . WHAT MADE THAT ROOM SO CREEPY IS THE ONLY THING IN THAT ROOM WAS O OLD HOSPITAL BED . MY SON WHO WAS 4 CAME TO WITH A ARROW AND TOLD ME THE TOLD HIM TO HURT HIS SISTER WHO WAS 2 SO FOR ALL YOU ******** WHO DON’T BELIEVE I PRAY YOU DON’T HAVE GO THROUGH ANYTHING LIOKE I DID TO BELIEVE. AS FOR CRYBABY BRIDGE IT’S NOT WORTH THE LONG DRIVE . AND THE PEOPLE LIVE IN THE HOUSE AND NEVER HAVE THEY HAD ANYTHING TO SAY ABOUT THE HOUSE BEING HAUNTED . IT’S BEAUTIFUL NOW

Megan says:

August 31, 2008, 9:38 pm

Yooh People Need A Life.
It’s Haunted..Big Woop.!
It’s Really Cool To Learn About.!

Bradney Creel says:

September 6, 2008, 1:30 am

If you Do Not blevea in this Story Then **** you ********. Bradney from Alabama.

Margie says:

September 7, 2008, 5:40 pm

I have a friend who’s son has been missing for 8 years now. He is believed murdered. Her nieces said their dad took them to Cry Baby Hollow off hwy 31 in Alabama and showed them his body (their father was a suspect in his disappearance). Detectives never bothered looking there, because they think he isn’t deceased. If anyone is interested in helping, then searching that area for remains (skeletal at this point) would be appreciated, and reporting them to the authorities if you do locate them.

Eric says:

September 9, 2008, 12:48 pm

I used to go to crybaby bridge in Lawton, OK all the time when I was a teenager. I have seen and heard some wierd things out there! They used to say if you went out there a big black truck would appear and chase you away! It was located West of Lawton on Hwy 7 (Lee blvd) then you turn South on Deyo mission road. A mile or so down the road there is a water tower on the right side at an intersection it has Devol on the side (like Devil but I believe it is a nearby community). Turn right at this intersection and it was the first bridge you come too. It used to be a small steel girder bridge, it has since been torn down and replaced with a normal looking large concrete bridge.

Jessica says:

September 12, 2008, 9:21 am

Has anyone heard the story about the train that hit the bus? It was sort of like this… But the bus was hit by a train, and it’s said if you go there and put your car in neutral and put baby powder on your bumper that your car will start moving uphill and that once it’s safe on the other side you can get out and see childrens hand prints on your car. They are said to be saving you from what happened to them. Gives me chills! A friend of mine actually went here and she said her car moved, let me know!

katelyn says:

September 23, 2008, 6:48 pm

just to let you people know i have been there about a million times and yea the story behind it all about the baby drowning is true but most people who go there are under the influence of either a)alcohol or b)some sort of drug so most people usually imagine or “think” that they seen footprints nd heard the baby crying.

Seara says:

September 24, 2008, 12:52 pm

I live like two miles from cry baby bridge..I’ve been under it and yes, some idiots do ritchuals underneath..lots of animal bones and penagrams wrongully used..I’ve never had an experience and I’m a sensitive. I have had many experinces in the plantations which are directly beside cry baby bridge but you can’t go in their anymore because someone is living in them now. BEAUTIFUL houses. I believe that what they were hearing was a Panther..we do have those I’ve seen them and so have others. They can sound like a woman screaming and a baby.

Ellen says:

September 25, 2008, 10:53 am

Jessica, refering to your question about the bus that was hit by a trian, we have a similar rumour in South Africa, in Port Elizabeth to be exact. Also about young children pushing your car and you can find their finger prints on the back of your car afterwards. I wouldnt read to much into it.

Jessica says:

September 25, 2008, 12:45 pm

Thanks Ellen, I wasn’t going to anyways. :)

emily says:

October 3, 2008, 6:20 pm

WOW IS THAT REALLY TRUE?
WILL YOU HEAR A BABY CRY?

Whitney says:

October 3, 2008, 10:01 pm

A legend JUST like this in Decatur, Alabama. Except it is called Cry Baby Hallow. Not so sure either is true now.

britany says:

October 6, 2008, 4:38 pm

meagan i agree with you.you are so right i yiust too have a haunted house and if you dont belive then you come to my house and i will prove it too YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Chris says:

October 8, 2008, 7:27 pm

I am a founding member of the Augusta Paranormal Association, and just last night, we went to do an investigation of CryBaby Bridge in Edgefield, SC. I swear that we got EVPs, which are Electronic Voice Phenomenon, that tell us to leave. Latern lights were also filmed in the woods moving around, and a second later, they were gone, and we also took pictures of different colored orbs moving around us. We used Dowsing rods as well, and they were moving a whole lot, especially in the hands of the females. I dont know whats out there exactly, but there is something there. We will be posting our finding on our website really soon.

Jennifer says:

October 9, 2008, 12:47 am

I’ve lived in alabama my whole life and I’ve done all the tricks and never seen anything

Anthony says:

October 11, 2008, 3:29 pm

There are supposedly several haunted bridges in chilton co. ALA.One is in the refuge community and another near Montevallo near what used to be the Hayes house. I also heard of a place called double bridges but never found it.

jennie says:

October 12, 2008, 10:04 pm

i live not even a mile from cry baby bridge on kali oka! this is just an urban legend and does not work so dont get your hopes up on getting a fright! we have tried it over 10 times and this dosnt work!

Chris says:

October 13, 2008, 3:28 pm

This is very true. I have been there a couple of times with friends. The crying is very real and the footprints were faint, but could have been. Never know. Go check it out.

Buddy says:

October 14, 2008, 6:42 pm

First I believe in the supernatural, but I have to say that the babypowder thing can easily be explained. When you put the powder down it covers what ever it is you’re powdering it only adheres to the oil left by the many hand prints you put on your car daily, then when it is blown by the wind or jostled by movement, presto “ghost” prints. Think about how cops find fingerprints, they use powder.

anonymous says:

October 19, 2008, 1:37 am

Anyone in the Mobile area should definately check out the Plantation. I have seen the slave and a small child glowing in the window. This is for real! And, the family that bought the house was disturbed by it, and they moved out after they couldn’t take it anymore. I’m an eye witness to this!

David says:

October 21, 2008, 4:36 pm

Hey, Can someone please give me directions? I need like actual road names. I mapquested it and I am pretty sure I got it right, but I wanna make sure. Is it about two and a half hours away from Montgomery? Thanks.

Tessa says:

October 21, 2008, 10:24 pm

out of all the stories on here i’ve never heard the original one that i heard. okay… so it was said that a school bus of kids crossed the bridge but the bus driver was crazy and drove the bus off the bridge and all of the kids had died. And the experiences i heard was that when you get to the middle of the bridge you put your car in neutral with the baby powder all over your bumper and back window. its said that the kids will help push you safely across the bridge, just as they wish they would have made it safely across the bridge too and once you make it to the other side check your powder and you’ll see their hand prints on your car.

alyssa&steven says:

October 23, 2008, 11:43 am

ok, we are planing to go….
1st of all if you dont want to waste your time, dont go… and dont post comments hatein on it..
well tell you how it goes!

~is you rollin-Alyssa&Steven~
:]

La fresita says:

October 24, 2008, 2:38 pm

I have nered bein in that plcase bu ti hope that one day i can go see or what ever, i wish that i could go some time on hollween night!

chris says:

October 29, 2008, 10:04 pm

Hello my name is chris my grandmother lives down that road and it is a plante beside the bridge that lets off the pressure from the pipes at night

steven anderson says:

October 31, 2008, 10:44 am

if you read this your stupid

Bradney creel says:

December 15, 2008, 12:25 pm

But heads!

samantha says:

December 20, 2008, 1:43 pm

this is so damn true once i went down there by myself, and i went to ask directions does old peope told me a storie about a women who got raped by her husdband and she was left pregnant. and when she gave birth to the baby she went to the woods and drowned the baby.and now its says that u can hear baby cries.

Katie says:

February 5, 2009, 3:01 pm

I have been to the Plantation on Kali Oka rd in Saraland, AL. My friends and I took a picture on the front porch in front of the door. I wish I could find this picture. After taking the picture, you can see a white fog going around us, and it kinda looks like a face as well. This was so long ago, but I know I will never go back out there.

ashley jenkins and sam says:

February 8, 2009, 12:08 pm

i have been to crybaby tunnel before in chillicothe ohio i didnt hear anything at all i thought it was fake but when we left there was footprints an hand prints all over the car and i was freaked out. but it is reallty awesome and we mite go tonite bc its supposed to be a full moon tonite. so go an check it out. have fun and be prepared to get scared.

Lyns says:

February 9, 2009, 12:54 pm

okay firstly i went to cry baby holler in saraland and nothing happend i beleive its just a tale someone made up to scare to begeesus out of some one i havent done any research b ut i have lived here in alabama for all my life and truly believe its just a case of an urban legend how else would you explain justt about every state in the u,s have a cry baby holler in one town or another?

brittany says:

April 9, 2009, 8:43 pm

dude i live like 5 min from there and all that people say is true you can really hear the baby cryin and my aunt wnet across the bridge one night and the car just shut off and would not crank for a while finally she got it cranked and got out of there as quickly as she could. but if your brave go check it out but be careful on a friday night around 11:45pm a man at the plantation will chase you and try to get into your vehicle.

breanna says:

May 6, 2009, 5:14 pm

i need to know if this is real. and the directions to the bridge. please?

James says:

May 11, 2009, 6:42 pm

Angela, I have been to Cryaby Bridge outside of Lawton, Oklahoma. We used to go during my Sr. Year (1990). I can’t actually say that I heard or saw anything paranormal, but it didn’t change the fact that the place was downright spooky. It was all old, crikkety, rusted, tucked away in some thick trees and weeds and we convinced ourselves that our car was gonna fall through when we drove over it. Obviously, it never happened but that didn’t change the fact that we were all freiked out everytime we went out there. No matter how much a chick liked you (or not) they would always cling toghtly to the closest dude when we went out there, so it was always a good time. Great memories.

Alma says:

May 23, 2009, 5:51 pm

i’m pretty sure that there is only one Cry Baby Bridge to go with this story and the chances of this exact incident happening somewhere else on a bridge is really really slim. though, i really do enjoy the story and if i lived near there, i would probably take my boyfriend to scare the **** out of him, but sadly i don’t. as for the people who don’t seem to comprehend the baby powder thing: when you spread baby powder on the hood, bumper, etc. of the car, it will show that someone has touched it because it will show the shape of what did through the baby powder. if a baby hand touches that area, you will a shape that should look like a baby’s hand print. try with your own hand, if you want to see for yourself. spread baby powder and then put your hand on it, pull your hand away and you should see the shape of your hand within the baby powder.

rednek country girl says:

May 31, 2009, 9:26 pm

hey guys. i live on live on kali oka road.. i have never been to the plantation but i have been to the bridge during the day and nothing happened.. i want to go to the plantation though! to David and all the others who needs directions to how to get there.. if you are on the interstate heading to gulf shores then take the 158 exit and take a right then get onto kali oka road and you will come to a L-shaped curve then another curve then the bridge.. take the first road on the right and there is two houses next to each other.. the one on the left is the plantation i think..

Evan says:

June 3, 2009, 3:21 pm

The story I heard of cry baby hollow is you can drive on the bridge and with your headlights on get out of the car place a candy bar in front of your headlights get back in your car turn the headlights off then turn them back on and a bite of the candy bar will be gone.

WRONG!!! says:

June 8, 2009, 3:55 pm

This info is wrong, first Deadmans curve is on a interstate in Birmingham and second I live 5 min from crybaby bridge and its not in Saraland, it is in Leeds, Al right off of Morrow rd. i’ve been on crybaby bridge and experienced the haunting….

Cody palmmer says:

June 29, 2009, 2:41 am

We went to the one in edgefield sc about a week ago and my friend uploaded the pictures to his facebook and there are orbs in every single picture. Also, you can actually hear a babys cry. It is very real. This place here has been known for devil worshipers and there is animal blood on the floor of the old church and a painting of some creature in blood. It reeks of something dead. Just driving up the dirt road gave us the creeps because you could just sense death and evil

Crystal says:

July 31, 2009, 3:32 pm

I have lived next to Cry Baby Bridge and the old Kali Oka Plantation for 32 years please email me for any questions you may have. I even have some photos posted my myspace while being there at night…. Cre0420@yahoo.com

Austin Yewell says:

October 9, 2009, 8:58 pm

Hello. I drove across the bridge as a stop going to Florida and technically flew across it going 5 MPH. I saw an orb when I took a picture of how far my wheels were off the ground. I also heard crying from below.

Julia says:

October 21, 2009, 7:04 pm

My husband and I were just talking about Kali Oka Road, and how oru daughter loves to go down there, I.ve been in the daytime, and don’t like it at all.I’ve never sean or heard anything, tooscared to get out of the car,but just the “feeling” of the place, a place I would not want to go down at night and to break down in a car. I live about 20 miles from this place all my life, and been there 2 times, one by accident, the other with someone else driving, and that;s it! Not a “good feeling”kinda place.

BILLY says:

October 22, 2009, 6:52 pm

I have been to this place before, really interesting. but I think it is an old pump or something making the sounds. Haven’t been to the plantation though.

Slim says:

October 30, 2009, 5:31 am

We have herd of the ghost of Kali-Oka Road up here in Nebraska Thereâ??s a guy that wrote a song called â??The Ghost of Kali-oka Roadâ? his name is L.J. Henry. I got the CD up here but he is from Mobile when he was a kid or something. It is a weird CD in a good way. The CD is Geronimo-songs of glorified dispair. On the CD it spelled like that.

bittydig says:

November 1, 2009, 7:53 pm

does anyone know how to get to the grave yard?? I went to the bridge today and also took the dirt road to the plantation house (they have done a great fixing it up by the way) but I couldn’t find a grave yard.

tennessee chick says:

November 3, 2009, 8:00 pm

I was at Cry baby Bridge one night my dad told me to get out and put baby powder on the car. Once i got out and shut the door he drove off i droped the baby powder on the bridge and started to try and run but it felt like i couldnt move like something was holding me back. Horrified i look down and saw footprints small prints at about the same time i heard a baby crying. When me dad came back on the bridge he said he heard nor seen anything.So just a heads up DON’T GO!!!!

April says:

November 12, 2009, 2:24 am

I took my teenagers out there recently and told them the story that was told to me when I was young,that the woman threw her baby off the bring and then jumped to her death.All the years I have been out there I’ve heard alot off things that I wan’t sure about but this time it freaked me out.As soon as I pulled on the bridge I rolled my window down only to hear a woman’s scream sounding like she was falling.After leaving a few minutes we came back and stopped on the bridge only to hear the baby the next time.My children refuse to go back to the bridge or the plantation

Tania Crook says:

November 19, 2009, 11:04 pm

omg my aunt lives in saraland and 10 blocks down that street im not lying people!

jd says:

November 21, 2009, 12:24 am

I have been several times but never heard anything. There are actually 2 bridges within 1/4 mile of each other. i have been under both several times at night and have not experienced anything. one night a couple of buddies and myself followed the creek down about 100 yards and the only thing we stumbled upon was a blue orb in a picture that was above my head.

Lenee' Monet says:

November 21, 2009, 4:29 pm

One, lonely, Saturday night around ten o’clock, my husband and I had nothing to do. He had been talking about this “Crybaby Bridge” all week at his job, and came home telling me these tall tells about this place. I said let’s get on the internet and see what we can find out about “Crybaby Bridge!” He was up for it, so we hit the internet and found a place just outside of Saraland off Kalioka Road with a map from mapquest labeled “Crybaby Bridge!” All right, we were on our way out there, as I was reading the history that we got off the internet about the place, and to say the least, I was a little bit scared! My husband didn’t seem addled. As we were approaching the bridge, we rolled our windows down and turned off everything in the car, so if the baby cried while we were crossing the bridge, we wouldn’t miss it. We parked the car at the end of “Crybaby Bridge” and got out, and to our dismay could hear no creek running below the bridge! But there was this deafening silence that tortured me to death. Also, the darkness was so black, you could hardly see your hands in front of your face! You could not even see your feet! We stood up on the ledge of the bridge to get off of the road, and that was not much to stand on. The silence was so eerie!!!!!!!! You could not hear a leaf rustling, crickets, or any other form of nature moving out there. I was getting more and more scared by the moment, just from the history of the place, its darkness, and longing silence! Then all of a sudden, we heard this noise. It was hard to figure out at first, because it seemed off in a distance, but as the sound drew nearer, we realized that a vehicle was approaching the bridge. It was on top of us, before we knew it. We hurriedly jumped up on the 4″ ledge of the bridge and almost got hit by the SUV that sped by us!!!!!!!! There was nothing to hold on to, because it was not your conventional bridge. The top of the bridge hit around your calves, and half of your feet were hanging off of the ledge. This speeding SUV had no idea that we were on the bridge, nor how close they came to knocking us off of the bridge. That was enough for me. I had been thoroughly scared just by standing on “Crybaby Bridge” with a hoaring vehicle almost mowing us over the side of the bridge. That’s all that I needed to see for the night, feel for the night, and experience on “Crybaby Bridge!” My heart actually skipped two or three beats, so I feel like I got my hypes worth!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Horrified in Semmes

Lynette says:

December 3, 2009, 1:28 pm

I grew up in that area. The story about the fatal accident is the one that the local will tell. The others, I have never heard. I went around that curve and over the bridge many times as a teenager and many times alone at night for I had friends that lived in the area. I never saw anything. I did loose a beloved friend on the sharp curve and there were many fatal accidents even 20 years ago when I lived in the area.

Prenisha says:

December 3, 2009, 7:24 pm

I don’t believe the story ,but do seem very freaky!!!

Prenisha says:

December 3, 2009, 7:26 pm

I don’t believe the story,but do seem very freaky!!!And it was a great story to read.

BoredinAlabama says:

December 9, 2009, 8:51 pm

I’ve been to cry baby bridge before, but I heard an entirely different story. I heard that it was during a war, the armies were raiding, looting, pilliging, whatever. The mother of the child and her slave woman take her child and hide it under the bridge to keep it safe from the soldiers. When the slave returned to help her mistress they both, as well as everyone else at the manor were slaughtered. According to my story you can hear the baby crying under the bridge because after everyone was killed there was nobody to come and fetch the baby. You can here it cry as it lies alone under the bridge and freezes to death. I’ve also heard that if you go to the bridge at night, leave a piece of candy on one of the car seats, get out of the car, lock the doors and walk away for a few minutes that when you return, the doors will be unlocked and the candy will be gone.

BoredinAlabama says:

December 9, 2009, 8:53 pm

Sorry, typing error. The mother asked her slave woman to…..etc….
=)

Britt says:

December 30, 2009, 1:52 am

ok if this story is so true….how come there are more than one cry baby bridge? that just doesnt make any sense to me! It is supposedly A story that happened Somewhere not STORIES so…whats the deal??

Courtney says:

January 10, 2010, 12:00 am

I’ve been to Cry Baby Bridge… nothing happened. We sat out there for maybe a half an hour with voice recorders. Heard nothing, saw nothing, nothing happened.

Courtney says:

January 10, 2010, 12:03 am

Plus, the story I heard was it was a mother, father, and baby driving across the bride, lost control and flew into the water. The mom and dad died while the baby lay there crying until he died.

Stephen says:

January 22, 2010, 2:22 pm

This story is ****. I’ve been all over and under this bridge at all times day and night and nothing has ever, EVER happened. Hell, my name is spray painted on it. Sure, it’s spooky, but that’s about it. Anything that anyone’s ever experienced anything out there is either delusional, lying, or being tricked by someone.

tania says:

February 1, 2010, 3:48 pm

tis stuff is crazy dont go there seriously you’ll be freaked out

Kristin Handly says:

May 22, 2010, 4:19 pm

My friends and I want to go soon. I’ve heard about the candy bar thing , the baby powder and turning the car off to hear the baby cry. I don’t believe in ghost or spirits or anything like it .. but alot of people say its true!

Tara Blake says:

May 31, 2010, 2:34 pm

Aren’t there like 4 Cry-Baby Bridges, this one, one up in PA(im sure of), one in NJ and one in the United Kingdom(with the white lady, google it)?

John Morris says:

July 23, 2010, 6:01 am

DON’T GO…. This is for real. I have been there. I heard and saw thing that could not be explained back then (35) years ago. I have moved away from the area and it still haunts me when is dark with no moon, and the sounds of baby cries….

tparks says:

August 15, 2010, 12:09 am

we just got back from cry baby bridge in Saraland. We didn’t hear anything, but my boyfriend swears that he says someone walk between the truck and the yellow road sign. We were standing in the middle of the bridge when looking at the truck. He also felt like he had or had ran into a spider web while in the middle of the bridge. When we were walking back to the ruck he got goose bumps twice. I think there’s something there.

luke says:

August 23, 2010, 4:51 pm

I live less than a mile from cry baby bridge in saraland. The platation is now owned by a family and no longer the college. There’s nothing haunted about it and its been redone and looks new and not so scary. : ( as far as the bridge goes, I have been by there literally over a thousand times. We’ve walked down to the bridge at midnight and later several times. The stories are completelty false. Just didn’t want ne1 to waste time driving all the way down there just to see the local swimming hole. Lol that’s literally what it is. People swim and swing off the tree rope. Just letting yall know…

Robert K says:

September 27, 2010, 5:28 am

I had spent several nights at the Kali Oka/Oak Grove Road Property. The Ghost are real but your story is way off on most accounts. The Story fallows two generations of a single family through the 1800s. There are far more Ghost than you know. The tragedy starts with a young girl raised side by side with her slave/nannys daughter who hardly ever leaving the Plantation does not see the outside racism and hate. The two girls grow up and the black slave girl dies durring child birth; Loving her friend the white girl and her husband raise him as thier own. The boy grows to be near 7 foot tale, and becomes a master carver. In the main house to this day you can see his handy work in the hand carved chair rail that runs through out the Manner. Durring the last Civil War battle in Alabama not far from the property in what is now Eight Mile, Alabama; the Southern Soldiers fled to the property to the Plantation which was being used as a Hospital. When the Union Soldiers arrived the young Black man ran to his adopted mothers side for comfort. Though they were their for the freedom of the Slaves. They thought, they had found them in that Lovers embrase. Beleiving he had broke the law; he was drug out side and beheaded for touching a white woman. The Union soldiers shot any one who could not walk were they layed, and hung any man who could walk from the eve of the barn. The hulking blackman is seen as a enormous Headless mass of a man by the road side searching for his lost head. Both Union and Confederate Soldiers can both be seen around the property. Orbs are very common as well. The adopting mother has two girls of her own who decide not to leave their home and build a second Manner next to the first for the younger sister; the slave house still stands out back of the Property on Oak Grove Road, which was the drive way at the time.
The Younger sister marries a Doctor, one Christmas Eve there was a Ball in near by city of Saraland(North of Mobile), the Doctor had promissed his to oldest daughters he would take them to the Ball and be back intime for Christmas morning. The Mother now eight months pregnant stays behind with a Maid and Butler to watch after her. Something goes worng and durring the night the Mother, Maid and Butler take another carriage and head for town and slides off the icey bridge. Returning the next morning the Doctor’s driver notices the other buggy up side down in the creek. The stop to find the Butler dead underneath the buggy and the maid furhter down stream. The mothers body is recovered a day later but with no child in her. After mid night the cries can be heard from the Kali Oka Bridge. The Older daughter dies a week later after wondering off into the woods in the Cold night wearing nothing but her white night gown; after hearing what she beilieves to be the cries of a baby. Two weeks after that the Younger daughter is run over by a logging mule team as she ran out into the road haulering her sisters name as if she was seeing her.
I grew up about 15 miles from Kali Oka, hearing aseveral versions these stories. The above came from a Historian who I met at the Plantaion, on the Set of the SiFi Horror Movie “Dead Birds” as a Historical Consultant. The Movie starred Henry Thomas and Niki Aycox.

Amanda Powell says:

October 11, 2010, 12:58 pm

I grew up in Saraland, Al and have always been told about Cry Baby Bridge. I’ve never been there at night! I was too scared! Now that I have a 14 year old son who is all into ghosts and haunted places, we may plan a night time trip! I’ll let you all know what happens!!!

vince says:

October 20, 2010, 8:32 pm

been there at 12:30 am no ghosts or crying…too bad

Daniel says:

October 27, 2010, 4:35 pm

Im from mobile I visited this site last year in june2009 i looked under the bridge and found one of those girls dolls that had one of those crying mechanisims that was battery opperated in it i also found baby powder under the bridge and the remanants of an old wrecked black truck in the woods near the water. dont go to the plantation house last time i went there this creepy guy came out with a shotgun and his dogs almost came after me i think he owns the property he told me to leave that i was tresspasing. but there is a cool church just past the bridge. hope this info helps there was a song about deadmans curve written by jan and dean

Charlie says:

January 28, 2011, 12:04 pm

I am the co-founder of an Paranormal Investigation service called Paranormal Production Crew, and I believe the Crybaby bridge is just the wind blowing. However, I will be trying to get my crew out there to do a investigation of the bridge, and possible the Kali Oak road as well.

lenny moses says:

January 29, 2011, 5:55 pm

first, i lived out kali oka from 1976-1993, almost 20 yrs and even after i moved had friens and family that still live there and the crybaby bridge everyone drives across is not the real crybaby bridge, the old bridge is gone..and as many times as me and my friends camped out and swam at our swimming hole you call crybaby bridge is not haunted, been there too many nites and heard nothing. we called the swimming hole buzzards roost, it was a great place to spend hot summer days, the only scarry thing we ever saw was a water moccasin or two. now the plantation has alot of history and there are so many different versions of the 7 ft tall black man, so who knows whats the truth. since i was 8 yrs old i heard at least 10 different versions. i am now 41 and still here a different story on the plantation. after awhile people exaggerate and twist the real story around.

Jessica says:

February 23, 2011, 12:38 am

I grew up on Kali Oka road and have walked around the plantation and crybaby bridge… it is very real… well atleast the creepy baby cry is… and you get a very uneasy feeling…

allison says:

March 18, 2011, 5:55 pm

I have been to Cry Baby Bridge in AL. years ago. I have never in my life had an experience with ghosts before going there and i havent yet had one after. But when i was there i did!!!we parked right on the bridge, stayed in the car and rolled the windows down… we heard a women and a baby crying out. it was freaky. But the really scary part i will tell you now! after we went there the next morning we went to take pictures in the daylight. it was one of thoughs cameras you pull the file out right after you take it and let if dry out and then you will beable to see the photo. so i took a picture of the rocks in the water kind of underneath the bridge. we let it dry and there in the water there was two figuers in the water. a face of a woman and a face or a baby. ghostly figuers that showed up in the left hand corner!! It was weird and i have nothing else like that happen like that since!!

DJ Mike says:

March 29, 2011, 12:41 pm

did anybody die while visiting the bridge

amber hartley says:

April 12, 2011, 1:18 pm

when i trun 16 i me and my friends are going there to see if it is real i hope it is

Jordan Branham says:

April 15, 2011, 6:55 pm

i have heard of this place, and some of my friends have been on and said they have seen i man standing in the middle of the bridge, they were taking a hay ride through there years ago. but whatever it was standing there that bridge is haunted!!

naughtynurse says:

April 15, 2011, 9:07 pm

i have heard alot about the cry baby bridge and i want to go just to see if it is true…i think it would be a nice scare if it is….i do know there is a church in munford al were if u drove around it three times park infront if the church and turn ur lights off you can people look though the blinds…which yes you would think that a person is doing it but yet it is in the middle of the night and no one satys at the church at night. then the cematery there u can also turn ur lights off and hear people walking around and see gray mist moving around then out of no were its gone

A.P.Society says:

May 19, 2011, 9:59 pm

I live in saraland off celeste road and i plan to do a couple evp sessions around the bridge after i get back from sloss furnice. Just to lay it to rest but in my opinion it could possibly be the pipes under the actual renovated bridge itself making the “crying baby” noise. Gotta investigate all angles when it comes to lore around these parts…Though the plantation on kali oka has alot of history behind it as did sloss so if its anything of that caliber it will be most interesting to get some evidence there for kicks…

milo says:

June 9, 2011, 3:55 pm

um….not ! i’ve lived here my entire 54 years and have taken nieces, nephews and others to cry baby bridge and have never seen, heard or felt anything unusual. i did however write and record a song with my uncles experiance on the bridge. it can be heard on myspace under Milo Brown: Kalioka Road on the Straight from the heart cd1999 .anyone living near kalioka would like it im sure.

nirah and tikkii says:

October 18, 2011, 6:31 pm

We went on a senior trip to cry baby bridge in Kali Oka. The baby powder thing is NOT a joke! We left the bottle of baby powder like weve heard to do and NO joke there were baby footprints of ALL over! Believe us or not just go see for yourself its fricken scary!!!!

sherri says:

October 28, 2011, 12:48 am

I still want to know what Billi jo threw off the Tallahachee Bridge. If it’s what I think it was then maybe you can add another “crybaby bridge” to the list! OMG the echo of all the little crying babies is defening!
If I were a baby I would cry my little heart out too. Excellent writeup. Thanks for the info.

Bobby says:

October 31, 2011, 10:07 pm

OK, this should clear everything up! Outside Saraland Alabama is the one true Cry Baby Bridge. There is the plantation home nearby where you can usually hear the chains rattling. There is always a heavy mist on the ground for this is a low lying area. The baby powder is real. It only happens though when you bring someone who has been there before and knows how to summon the baby! haha…in other words its a trick. You can use the side of your hand to place fake baby footprints in advance, especially using the night dew. Then with baby powder it will stick just right to make them show up. Sorry but call me teller. This place really is one of the scariest places I’v ever been before and I think if you want to see it, you just have to find it without help.

Lane says:

November 8, 2011, 7:23 pm

It’s not the University of South Alabama. It’s a smaller college called the University of Mobile. I live 2 minutes away from the bridge.

Bethany Brooke says:

March 17, 2012, 11:41 pm

Went to Cry Baby bridge did not hear anything. Went down the dirt road though, and up near the church. I was taking pictures with my phone and I liked up into the flash and saw s white figure. I ran, and fell and my step dad claimed that something touched him. On the rude home something hit the side of my door. We later liked at the pictures, and the last picture taken before I got scared and ran there were for figures in that picture. I also took a picture of my step dads shoulder, where he claimed to be touched… There was a blatant hand print, right where he said something touched him. It’s really freaky.

janet beck says:

May 12, 2012, 9:47 pm

I grew up going to the bridge all hours of the day and night with my friends. When i was in my twenties some twenty years ago you could stand on the bridge and see the original wooden bridge that was left. The mistress of the plantation was crossing this wooden bridge in a covered wagon during a rain storm with her infant child. She tried to go through the rushing waters to get home and her child was washed away. I have heard the baby…seen the slaves…seen apparitions walking down the road and wondering through the cemetary. By the way Im a Smith

Shane says:

October 10, 2012, 6:30 pm

Unless you need to like go to Citronelle or attend the University of Mobile , there’s really no need to waste your time driving across or stopping on a bridge just like any other bridge in Mobile county. No you cannot go to the plantation (not what you imagine ie Myrtles Plantation)

Jessica says:

April 17, 2013, 11:17 pm

I went to Cry Baby Bridge about 12 years ago. The one mentioned here in Alabama. I heard the baby, but that wasn’t what got me. Driving past Kali Oka Plantation at 3 am, a huge, dark, manlike shadow came running out of the driveway and chased our vehicle. I’ll never forget how scared I was. I’ve never been back.

Saiorse says:

October 25, 2013, 11:21 pm

I am very scared after reading these comments. I am scared to live in a world full of stupid people who can barely string together a coherent sentence. Please do not procreate! Maybe before commenting you should educate yourself and learn basic grammar. Most of the people commenting do not even seem to have a third grade spelling level. SCARY!

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