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Jamestown Bridge

Jamestown, North Carolina

During stormy and foggy nights, a young girl has been spotted standing under the bridge. She was supposedly killed on her way to the prom, and is still wearing her prom dress. She now attempts to get a ride home from passing motorists, but on the way, she vanishes.

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John Nelson says:

November 7, 2005, 12:20 am

I ave seen her and she is very wicked.
If you approach to close to her or talk with her she will reveal her fangs to you. Beware…she will bite!

Judy Morgan says:

November 16, 2005, 3:10 pm

This story is not true I have lived in Jamestown all my life and so has my family

Julia says:

November 24, 2005, 6:27 pm

I’ve only passed this bridge en route to somewhere else in the daytime. But I hear she only appears to men anyway, so I guess it doesn’t matter.

P.S. Nelson, you’re a nut.

traci smith says:

February 21, 2006, 2:38 pm

i have seen her and she is beautiful. it was my and my step dad me and my step brother in the car,i was just 5 years old and still remeber to this step fathre was driving down the road getting closer to the bridge and when we get up on the bridge my mom yells out come out you bxxxx.when we got under the bridge on the other side there she stood. my dad turned around to ask if she wanted a ride but when we got back to her she was gone,so we turned the car back around heading for our half way back down the road ,i felt something playing with my hair ,i turned around to look and she was holding me on her lap,i screamed ,my mom and everyone turned thier heads to see what was wrong and they seen her ,my dad slammed on the brakes and when he stopped the car she was gone agian. so yes the story is true. tell you a sercret it has to be at night and raining and on the night she died.

Allen Garner says:

May 23, 2006, 1:23 am

Okay… just for the record, the post…
“his story is not true I have lived in Jamestown all my life and so has my family

Comment by Judy Morgan | 11.16.2005 | 3:10 pm”

Well, if you infact live in Jamestown and so does your family, then you would know that Lydia (the girl under the Bridge) and the Mendenhall stories together make it one of the most haunted towns in America. Anyone who lives in Jamestown has heard of it, especially if they have been there more than 6 months (about all it takes to hear it).

The comment about her having fangs…. well, that was just pretty stupid.

And she wasn’t going to a prom. She was coming back from a dance in Raleigh and wrecked under the bridge. The bridge isn’t even accessible anymore, so I doubt anyone has picked her up. A new bridge was built years ago. My great uncle always told a story about picking her up. He even knew where the mother lived, but like anyone else in that town, they will never tell. Every state has the same story in some way, but Lydia is the main one that usually stands out the most. Either you believe it, or you don’t, but I honestly doubt she has fangs. (again, tat was pretty stupid) Jamestown has other haunts that you ca get info on if you search mendenhall plantation in jamestown.

Shannon says:

June 21, 2006, 6:36 pm

Anyone interested in the paranormal, I am co founder of a local group in Fayetteville, North Carolina called NAM GHOST HUNTING SOCIETY. My partner and I are looking for some new members willing to go on investigations. We have already partially investigated the Vander Light haunting and are currently working on a new investigation at the Clarion Prince Charles Hotel. We still have to go back to with our equipment to Vander, but we did catch pictures of several orbs and ectoplasm. Our contact info is on our web site.
Thanks and hope to hear from you soon!!

victoria says:

August 3, 2006, 5:49 pm

okay first of all they have no proof of this,there’s no police report or anything about this.this is just somebody’s theory!

J. Scott says:

August 30, 2006, 4:47 pm

If anyone knows anyone associated with this story, let us know. We’d like to have them come on the show to talk about it. We do a paranormal radio show in Kernersville, NC called World of the Unexplained. You can check it out at You can reach us by e-mail at

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September 20, 2006, 12:35 am

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Laura says:

October 19, 2006, 1:19 pm

FANGS? come on now…Nelson, you are crying out for attention. I may believe the story about the ghost, but yours is a made up story… Laura


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jone says:

February 4, 2007, 5:10 pm

yes the story it is true we wet one day and win we got there she was siting there in the roed with blood all over her we got out of the car to help her but here came a someone eles in a car she scremed and was gone

Kelsey D. says:

February 12, 2007, 5:31 pm

my papa lived in north carolina I have seen some scary houses and one of them I saw was kind of the same thing!!!!!

savannah says:

March 2, 2007, 12:09 pm

i have seen her to all the time when i go under the Jamestown bridge i feel a very cold chill running throgh my body and one time at night my grandma was coming back from work and i was with her and so was my little sister and so was my uncles girlfriend and as soon as we went under that bridge we saw her and me grandma stoped to give her a ride so she asked her and she said yes please get me home i waant to see my mama!so she dident talk much but she said that her name was lidea and i had to set right next to her and she was pale and she kep on saying I WANT TO GO HOME I WANT MY MAMA when we got there she vanished i was to scared to move so we got out the car and knocked on the door her mom answerd so my grandma ask if she had a daughter named lidea and she said yes but she died years ago and slammed the door !THAT WAS CREEPY!

dani says:

March 8, 2007, 12:04 pm

I have been to the jamestown bridge…just for the record, the one you drive through now is NOT the original. the original is about 25 feet to the side, the last time I was there (about 15 years ago) it was mostly grown over with kudzu… My aunt used to stop in the underpass and call for Lydia every time we went through it…. she never showed… and I’ve never heard of her having fangs…they wouldn’t have gone with her prom dress.

alley says:

March 13, 2007, 9:32 am

WHAT THE ****?

Nick says:

March 24, 2007, 6:57 pm

“okay first of all they have no proof of this,thereâ??s no police report or anything about this.this is just somebodyâ??s theory!”

Yes, Yes there is. Recently in the county records someone found the death certificate for Lydia. She died in a car crash at the bridge December 23rd 1923. If hse is really a ghost waiting there, that’s another story.

veronica says:

March 27, 2007, 5:03 pm

Do she still think that she is alive.Has she not gone 2 tha light. That light is calling her name.She need’s 2 go and be free.She should just fine were tha light is.

Rachel&Kalie says:

July 20, 2007, 1:29 am

Ok… Me and my Cousin Kalie Are from Reidsville and i have heard this story all through growing up. I am driving up there and going to see if i can pick her up. If I do then I will let you know what Happend.

Jacquelyn Brown says:

August 6, 2007, 12:06 am


Jacquelyn Brown says:

August 6, 2007, 12:06 am


Jacquelyn Brown says:

August 6, 2007, 12:07 am

B U L L S H I T.

susie says:

August 12, 2007, 9:38 am

i saw that girl, so i believe all whose seen her since i did.

nelson says:

August 16, 2007, 10:59 pm

i need direction some one help me out

Nicky says:

August 24, 2007, 10:11 pm

yo thats wiggedy wiggedy wack!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kit F. says:

September 7, 2007, 3:08 pm

Okay, anyone who lives in the triad (Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem) of North Carolina or in/around Jamestown knows this story.

Here are things that are true in every version of the Lydia story.

She is coming back home after a fight with her boyfriend from a dance in Raleigh (not prom).

She is in her party dress, but appears normal (not bloody/scary).

She asked men for a ride home, but when the men try to drop her off at her parent’s house, she vanishes.

She may have moved to a bridge on high point road, since the Jamestown bridge has since been abandoned and there have been reports of a vanishing hitch-hiker on high point road who matches Lydia’s description.

Thank you for reading. Please, use some sort of common sense when posting, so you don’t take away from the story and annoy others.

Em says:

September 8, 2007, 11:14 pm

I grew up in Winston-Salem and live in Greensboro. I’ve heard Lydia’s story all my life. Most natives here have heard about her.

Alex says:

September 14, 2007, 6:30 pm

thats not how the story go’s is I October 13 a fifteen year old girl she was walking to her house at 11 pm but then a man stoped and ask her if she wanted a ride she said ok and got in his car, afterwards that man rapped her and killed her and then left her on that same road on the floor so now every october 13 at 11 pm, only the men see her walking on that same road and when they stop and ask her if she wants a ride she will always say yes, but you say no to her she will appear on the back of your seat, but if you do she will show you wear she lives but then when she gets of and goes in to her house a old lady would come out and ask you what do you want and they tell her that they came to leave her daughter and she always tell’s them that she died a long time ago that same day but the girl would never show her face.

jocelyn says:

September 27, 2007, 4:09 pm

wow this really sounds interesting, um.. iâ??ve really never been looking for ghost stories really never believed in them, but iâ??m in game designing class and i want to make a game that has to do with real live ghost stories so plz tell me if there true so email me at thanks so much have a wonderful say =) sincerly yours Jaws =)

nancy says:

October 6, 2007, 3:56 pm

the brige that this happend is covered up with ivy.. the new brige that we go under now is not the brige it happened at. when coming from gtcc towards the brige, look to the left and you can see where the brige still is but is covered.

Katelyn this is such a nontrue story i dont believe u LLLLLLLLIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIEEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRR says:

October 11, 2007, 8:52 pm


MAE says:

October 12, 2007, 9:02 am

Alot of people get upset about ghost stories saying that they’re not real. If you really didn’t believe in them why are you looking them up on the internet. The fact is whether they’re real or not it’s always fun to hear them. So instead of getting up here and critizing them just enjoy the story. What’s the saying if you don’t got anything nice to say don’t say anything at all.

Susanne says:

October 21, 2007, 11:24 pm

Geez, I have never heard so many different version of Lydia’s story. I am 44 and I have lived here all my life. Kit F. has the facts as I have always heard them.

In the winter, if you look closely to your left (coming from Greensboro into Jamestown) you can still see the old bridge where the accident happened.

I personally do not know anyone who has picked her up, but I have heard the stories just as Kit stated. Of course everyone knows someone who knows someone who picked her up.

I do think that the story is that it was a rainy night and she only appears on rainy nights. But I could be wrong.

Susanne says:

October 21, 2007, 11:25 pm

Sorry . . I meant if you look to your right coming by GTCC from Greensboro to Jamestown.

betty says:

October 29, 2007, 2:17 pm

i heard there were 3 gay guys havin a ..


you know…


Kaitlen says:

October 29, 2007, 2:25 pm

I have heard three different types of this story,the first one i heard was that she and her boyfriend were on there way back from an Opera on a rainy night and she and her boyfriend got in a car accedent and she died but her boyfriend survived,the second one was that she was on her way back from a dance and she and her date got into an argument and she told him to let her out at the underpass,and then this one says that she was on her way to prom and got killed.So i dont really know if it’s true or not but i’m not one to say anything i’ve never been to Jamestown but i’d really like to go sometime at night and see if the story is really true!

Kaitlen says:

October 29, 2007, 2:40 pm


Juan says:

October 31, 2007, 2:05 pm

son mentiras!!!!!!! yo vivo en jamestown, y nunca he visto eso… so!!! no seas mentiros@!!!!!!!…. ahahah mas sin embargo en puerto rico, q es de donde yo soy, si hey muchos diferentes casos de fantasmas… si alguien les interesa escuchar historias de misterios de otros paises, hablenme!! ok… mi email es… ajajja so, me hablan!!!

Todd Bridges says:

December 9, 2007, 6:25 pm

I lived in Greensboro for almost ten years. These were the best times of my life (even though I went through some hard times). I’ve been in the area coming back from mates houses. I would have to drive through the area (man does it get dark out there). Well, to be honest I’ve never seen anything. But, it is not what you see,it is what you feel. My heart starts racing like mad.

My college is haunted to and that is also in Greensboro. There has been a lot of haunting in the Greensboro area.

You can feel something there.

dez says:

February 16, 2008, 8:06 pm

i heard of this story but it was a girl coming home for a night club in the 50s and her name was mary aka resurrection mary and it been on unsolved mysteries and other shows!!! dont know if its the same girl but sounds a lot like her and all she wants to do is get back home but always winds up at her grave site

Stell says:

May 7, 2008, 11:12 pm

I live in Jamestown and can see both the original and the new bridge from my front door. I’ve never seen Lydia but I do feel that haunted chill at times. Perhaps it’s wishful thinking, but I believe that she exists and justs wants to get home. It’s almost calming to imagine her so close to where I live.

tabitha marie carroll says:

June 29, 2008, 2:22 am

i hered of this story befor and i traced down
some of the people she got rides form
ask what happened they said they were
in the car with her in the car
she vanishies all the sounden

Alexa says:

July 1, 2008, 1:05 pm

I live 5 minutes away from this bridge and I drive under it everyday on my way to school. Everyone who lives here knows this story and that this story is not true!

Joy says:

July 5, 2008, 1:36 pm

Supposedly, the bridge near Ragsdale High School, Jamestown is not the same bridge she haunts. The one that the story originated has not been open to road traffic for at least 50 years.

Emily M. says:

July 6, 2008, 5:10 pm

I have never been there in a storm or foggy nights.But i have had family members tell me that they have picked her up and they ask her wher she liveis and she will tell them then when they get there she will be gone. So they will go to the door and say i had your daughter and her mom will say honey she has been deid. So i dont now if it is true or not i guess i’ll find out when i get old enought to drive

John says:

August 8, 2008, 2:57 pm

I have driven through Jamestown before. As I left town I looked behind me and the entire town had disappeared. I think the whole town is a ghost.

Allison says:

September 8, 2008, 1:30 pm

I’ve known this story since I was little, and I go under the new bridge almost all the time. I have not seen Lydia or felt her presence, however, I’m not too skeptical of the truth of this story. There are many different versions, and I believe it’s safe to say that we will never know the true story, but I doubt the stories above about people recently taking her home are real (ie. Savannah’s story) because since Lydia died in 1923, it’s highly unlikely that her mother is still alive to this day. And to the people who say it’s just a lie, technically, it isn’t. They don’t know the truth, so it wouldn’t be a lie if it were the actual truth and they just didn’t know it. And you know the saying: some mysteries are better left unsolved…

Allison says:

September 8, 2008, 1:33 pm

By the way, John, the town is real.

Lynn says:

September 18, 2008, 6:34 pm

The story is true! I live about 20 minutes from Jamestown. My grandfather died in 1979. He was a preacher and a traveling bible salesman. I spent alot of time at my grandparents home when I was young. One rainy, stormy night my granfather was coming back from his job over the OLD bridge and a girl was hitching a ride. My grandfather stopped and she got into the back seat. My granfather asked her where she was going and why shw was out that late at night with the weather. She told my grandfather that her name was Lydia, she had went to a school dance and she was just trying to get home. She gave him her address and he proceeded to drive her home. He said she didn’t say anything else but he chatted to her as he drove glancing at the rear view mirror. He pulled into her driveway and turned around and she was gone. He thought she had already gotten out and he just didn’t see her. So he walked up to the house and knocked on the door. A older woman answered the door and he told her that he had picked up a girl named Lydia needing a ride home and when he pulled in she wasn’t in his car anymore. He wanted to make sure she made it in safe. The older woman started to cry a bit and explained that it was her daughter and she had died well over 20 years prior when struck by a automobile walking home from a school dance. The older lady told my Grandfather that he was not the first person to pick her Lydia up that she had been trying to get home for many years. My Grandfather was shocked, apoligized and came home. He woke me and my Grandmother up to tell us what had happened. He also said she was wearing a white dress and barefoot. He was really shook up by it. He had no reason to lie, was a Christian man and didn’t believe in paranormal events, UFO’s or anything of the like. The new overpass covers the old bridge, I think the overpass was built in the late 80’s or early 90’s. Lydia was a real person she was born in High Point in 1904 and died December 1923. For the person saying they lived in Jamestown all their life needs to go to the local libary look up on microfilm in the old newspapers in the month of December 1923. She was killed walking home by a motorist. She died from fatal injuries. I have not heard of anyone “picking her up” in years now. Maybe she is no longer trying to get home because her Mother passed away some time ago. I only heard one other man claim to have picked her up but he is also departed. I know my Grandfather was no liar and would never make up such a story. Believe what you want but those that have access to the High Point libary, look it up for yourself. She did exist and was killed on that bridge on a rainy night. As far as claims of picking her up. I can only be sure of my grandfather’s account. The only “so-called” ghost tale he ever told.

Ash says:

December 16, 2008, 4:24 pm

i have interest in Lydia and if her story was real or not! i went to the library in Jamestown, NC. The lady i talked to was prolly in her 60s or 70s. She had told me that there was a fire there and there are no more info on her there but i could go to another library ((like greensboro, nc)) and look in the newspaper archives. i never went to look cause that would be alot of newpapers to go through. i dont think Lydia was her name but Lydia and Jametown Bridge is all we have to go on!!

accmed says:

December 31, 2008, 4:22 pm

i did her nails in my beauty shop
they were soooooooooooooooo shiny
and purty i think…………………….. i don’t know what i think
cause all i am is a………………………………………………. pile of bones!! whoever reads this i will come back to haunt you!!!!!!

adam says:

February 8, 2009, 11:05 pm

the real bridge is now un covered since they are redoing them to age orginal bridge and tunnel is done !st of all you drive thur a tunnel not over a bridge and yes this story is true my grandmother passed away with use to have pics of this event

ada says:

February 8, 2009, 11:06 pm

true story the old bridge is now being redone due to age so no ivy walk right up to it and also you dont drive over a bridge you drive thur a short tunnel

adam says:

February 8, 2009, 11:10 pm

no 1 can come up with the address they took her to awful wierd

Mel says:

March 6, 2009, 11:32 pm

I lived in Archdale all my life. I have heard this story every time my Dad and I would come to the bridge, but he would tell me that it’s not the bridge that you can go through but the one that is not working any more. he also told me the story about a girl that sits on the railroad track playing the violin on a rainy night, don’t know if that is true but when I get a chance to go under I look up there to see if it is true but never see her. I like ghost stories even if it is real or not. Just like to feel the chill…LOL

GhostFreakNC says:

April 8, 2009, 12:21 am

NC’s most popular legend, or story, or whatever. But just to set a few things straight against the story listed here. It wasn’t a prom. Lydia Jane Mc********* was killed on New Years Eve 1923. There is even a death certificate found recently. Also, she doesn’t vanish “on the way”. The driver always made it to her house, then she vanished. He goes to the door…. mother tells the story… blah… blah…. blah…. It’s actually one of few legends with so much to back it up. There’s actually a movie coming out about it soon called “The Underpass”. Supposed to give details from someone who supposedly picked her up once. In my opinion, I think if any ghost story is believable, it’s Lydia’s story. Try google search for Lydia Jamestown Bridge NC and check out some of the pics of the old bridge. Or

Julie says:

June 4, 2009, 9:58 pm

I was told this story when I was 16 (32 now) and I was always fascinated and curious about it, so a couple years later, I decided to go visit since I lived only 25 minutes from it. A Guilford county native took me to the old bridge (which hasn’t been used in several years) It’s off the road and very narrow. I went just when it was getting dark and I walked down the hill through the weeds and tall grass to get to it…when I was about 25 feet from it, I noticed a strange glow inside (not like a flashlight or lantern–it was luminescent-hard to explain) The closer I got, the brighter and bigger it glowed–a strange feeling and was too scared to go any further so I turned around and ran back to my car, but I still believe it was something paranormal…I don’t know, but it was fun, I should go back again.

Baxter says:

July 6, 2009, 9:59 pm

Savannah-Lydia’s mom would probably be dead by now or in a nursing home since this did happen 80 some years ago. So I doubt what you said is true.

Anonymous says:

October 17, 2009, 10:01 am

this is interesting… nice story to it

A.K. says:

October 18, 2009, 4:42 pm

I have heard of this story all my lfe and have drove under this bridge more than once and alway’s with friend’s. We have been during different time’s of the year and in all types of weather. I have NEVER seen ANYTHING but that doesn’t mean she has not been seen by other’s. I was alway’s told that her house was in High Point on Centennial Dr. but no one could ever say if that information was true or not. I am not someone who believe’s in ‘SPOOKS’. That could be why I have never seen Lydia standing on the side of the road.

jamal crawford says:

December 16, 2009, 11:49 pm

howdy there .. im a oldddddddd hillbilly from wv yess sir i moved down der ta north carlina and i was drivin and duh saw a ghost right cher under that bridge mhm sure did .. scared the pickels out of me to didnt sleep fer days dont yall go down there lookin fer that tramp

Lucifer says:

December 17, 2009, 12:27 pm

why be afraid of a ghost? a ghost is just a dead creature that used to be alive. A human ghost used to be alive too, they just died after that.

Lucifer says:

December 17, 2009, 12:28 pm

…and by the way, you have a very annoying speaking and typing voice.

Underpass Productions says:

December 19, 2009, 5:02 pm

OK! A hillbilly from WV…. sounds interesting. Well, know one will ever know if the story is true or not. My mother’s uncle was one of the people who have “claimed” to pick her up, and even being my Uncle, I still have doubts. His story has been told to our family for years. For those who are really craving a taaste of this story, check out the new film coming out in 2010, The Underpass. The script is amazing! Keep ya ears open

Todd says:

April 7, 2010, 10:16 pm

I used to live in Greensboro. Spent A LOT of happy times and years there. When I was going to school there, I would sometimes go down that way on my way home in the evenings from my part time job. Creepy as hell and would never ride with my windows down. Never saw anything but just felt really scared and eerie. You knew something was there even though you couldn’t see it. My last summer there before moving to England, I drove that way around 1.00 AM. I got finished hanging out at the IHOP and drove that way coming home. When I got closed to the Ragsdale/Jamestown area, I got really scared, I mean extremely jumpy. After I passed, I felt better.

Gregg says:

October 14, 2010, 2:18 pm

These are all peoples imagination getting carried away it is common for people to hear a story then everytime they hear hear or see something their imagination takes over just like the brown mountain lights they trails on that mountains so could it be people riding off road vehicle with their lights on I have been up there day and night and never seen anything but people and deers

T.J. Hooker says:

October 15, 2010, 6:40 pm

I know this story is true from personal experience. Me and my buddy J-Bird were driving on that bridge. We saw a lady on the side of the road and picked her up. I asked her if her name was Lydia and she said no it was Candy. She then told us for fifty bucks she would take care of me and J-Bird. She ended up drinking all our beer and put a couple of cigarette holes on my seats. We dropped her off at a gas station and poof she was gone. I have her thong as proof and the doctor says I’ve got a spooky case of herpes now. Scary ain’t it.

levi(ghost haunter says:

November 22, 2010, 6:21 pm

i live in james town,nc so this story tot freaks me out!!!!!!plus,my gradpa saw the ghost when he was 17!!

Summer says:

February 1, 2011, 9:52 pm

You know, I’ve heard of this before,I live in NC not too far from there. I live a cuople hour away.

erin says:

May 25, 2011, 7:07 pm

call sam & dean

Rebecca says:

June 2, 2011, 8:02 pm

lyk ikr @Allison hurr mom iz dead so how will ya knock on the da door n say do u have a daughter named Lydia???lyk 4ealz ya!!!da mom iz dead!!!unless she iz a spirit 2!!!!!!

trina says:

September 16, 2011, 5:04 pm

I just to jamestown with my husband and he wanted to go for a walk to see the old bridge it was quite interesting and yet at the same time scary it was like someone was trying to hold us back from being there super weird. Ghost stories dont scare me but for some reason this one did.

bmw greensboro service says:

February 3, 2014, 8:19 am

I’ve only passed this bridge en route to somewhere else in the daytime. But I hear she only appears to men anyway, so I guess it doesn’t matter. P.S. Nelson, you’re a nut. – See more at:

Lydia says:

October 29, 2014, 5:01 pm

stop talking about me!

Katelynn says:

May 18, 2015, 9:26 am

i went here two nights ago. we passed under the NEW bridge but didn’t get out to walk back to the older one that she went under. It was creepy out there but i didn’t see anything. Ive heard she only appears to men. is that true?

Austin says:

January 27, 2016, 4:09 pm

I’m only commenting because these comments are both hilarious and insightful. I have lived in Jamestown for approximately 12 years and have never come across this so-called “ominous woman” at Jamestown bridge. I suppose our frets can come to an end since this is just an urban ghost story.

Amy says:

April 19, 2016, 5:46 pm

Story is true, but her name was Mary. Lydia was her mother! Please go to youtube and search it up.

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