John's Pass Bridge - Real Treasure Island Haunt
This bridge is said to be haunted by the ghosts of two farmers who were pro-union during the Civil War. They were murdered by local rebel militiamen and buried on the south end at the mouth of the pass. On nights of the new moon, some have reported seeing the two walking near the bridge or silently sailing by in their boat trying to get back home. The smell of decaying flesh has also been reported with the apparitions.
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