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Cry Baby Woods

Muncie, Indiana

Way on back in the 1800′s a young women was running away from slave hunters. She had her young baby with her. The baby kept crying and she drowned the baby in a creek so he wouldn’t give her away. Today if you go back into the woods at night you can hear and sometimes see the little baby crying and looking for his mother.

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amanda foreman says:

April 17, 2006, 1:33 pm

where is this woods located and is there any more information on this story? i would like to know

Thomas says:

June 18, 2006, 5:04 am

Im from Indiana,but live in Florida now,,its crybaby bridge,,not cry baby woods,,and its on MAIN st. not in muncie,more torward ANDERSON/PENDLETON… your supposed to be able to hear this baby crying when you go over this METAL BRIDGE (OLD) but there is a graveyard back there,and a church right before you get to that bridge,ive been out there many times,,IT does scare the **** out of you..ive heard stories about the church ,,if you run around it so many times,,they will come out,,there is a light on in the basement of that church though,and we always went LATE at night,,,one more thing,,my DAD even used to go to this as a kid,,and he said they used to go back to the GRAVES,,and lay on them,,and some other crazy ****,,but he said when you do that the GATEKEEPER chases you with a GUN,,soooooo… my email is wade2213@yahoo.com

Brian says:

June 28, 2006, 4:18 pm

Thats all true Thomas. I used to live in winamac in. I moved to kansas city kansas. I have been there. It scared the **** out of me. My cousin tried taking pics of it. When we had the film developed, they were all just big orbs. That was all you could see, just big orbs. That was crazy.

samantha says:

July 13, 2006, 4:48 pm

i heard a story similar to that it sounds weird.i want to go.sad tear tear

Jennifer says:

July 22, 2006, 1:06 am

I live in Muncie Indiana and there is no such place as cry baby woods or cry baby bridge for that matter the closest haunted place to muncie is willow bridge which has collasped as of recently or blood which are both close to 20miles from muncie

Becca says:

August 8, 2006, 2:10 pm

Cry Baby bridge is real. I have been there and seen it for myself, the bridge, the church and the graveyard is real. Except now it is hard to get back to the graveyard because its gotten so popular. cops patrol it all the time.

angel says:

August 9, 2006, 6:28 pm

hello becca from angel p.s: i am paranormal

brad says:

August 27, 2006, 12:07 pm

would like directions to get here

cha says:

August 31, 2006, 8:42 am

Everyone has a cry baby bridge or woods—due to more than one urban legend, I suppose.

Cloud says:

September 5, 2006, 8:57 pm

So yeah, my team of Ghost Hunters is going to check this place out. We will post EVP’s and Pictures on our website, which is currently being built.

Scruddud says:

September 24, 2006, 4:11 am

A few of us went to crybaby bridge. There is a new bridge there now. I whispered to my friend “Let’s scare them and say we heard something” but before we did, we heard muffled moans and something walking in the water below. It is on 950 and Thomas Road and just north of 236…a little south east of Pendleton, south of Anderson. If you mapquest Nashville, it is the one in Hancock County, between that and Milners Corner.
Just try to be quiet or you will hear nothing but a loud dog barking.

Daniela says:

October 9, 2006, 5:22 pm

Cry Baby Woods is not in Muncie but in Hobart behind the cemetery.

Scruddud says:

October 11, 2006, 12:14 am

There are many “cry baby bridges” I have heard of. I can only speak for the Pendleton-Markelville one. 99.9% of this stuff is just ****, but this bridge actually lived up to its hype. Okie-pinoke is another one. Not just Okie-pinoke but the entire Mississinewa area. I’m telling ya’…there is weirdness on soooooooo many levels there…ask me……Happy Hunting!

Scruddud says:

November 19, 2006, 12:15 pm

See? If Timmy says so…it’s GOT to be true. Thanks, Timmy!

tracy lee says:

December 19, 2006, 5:37 pm

so whats the real story? i was p***ed to read that som b***h would drown her own baby to sav her own ***. i hope its fake!

Courtnae says:

December 23, 2006, 9:30 pm

The baby is so cute i seen it when i went into the woods one day it was crying and looking around for his mother in the cold so i want up to it it went away whaen i touched it!!

penny says:

December 29, 2006, 12:06 pm

It just goes to show you some of the people they have living in Indiana. Typical of someone like “Anderson’s finest” to kill it’s own child to save its own self. Hopefully she was captured and hung!

alyssa says:

January 8, 2007, 6:35 pm

yeah. alot of my friends go and they call it “PODUNK” supposidly you sit on the bridge and turn your car off.. and the baby is crying and will try and make its way to the car.. but if it reaches it, it sucks the energy out of the car and it will not start!! its scary. but ive never been myself.

Scruddud says:

January 14, 2007, 1:53 am

Podunk, the real podunk, is farther south. It is northwest of a town called chetwynd. It is supposedly very scary but nobody can check it out because people will shoot at you and stuff and that ruins a good time. Indiana’s motto “shoot at that which you don’t understand”

Kim says:

February 23, 2007, 1:48 pm

I live in Oklahoma and my brother and I went to cry baby bridge. We both went under the bridge and stood there for a while. After about five minutes we heard the baby crying. I never knew I could run that fast. That was five years ago and we decided to make a tradition of it.

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