Post by helloxkittiexyum on Jul 10, 2009 6:53:48 GMT -6
Has anyone ever been to or heard of Cry Baby Road?
Apparently back in the 1800's there was a woman and her infant in a carriage. Something spooked the horses while crossing a bridge. The carriage tipped over and the mother and child drown in the river. Sometime in the late 1900's - maybe the 70's-90's a group of people had been found brutally murdered on the same bridge next to their vehicle, which had been trashed.
Story goes, from what I have found, that the bridge is haunted by the mother from the carriage. If you go and park your car on the bridge, get out of the car, unlock the doors, lay your keys on the hood of the car, and say "I killed your baby" the doors in your car will lock by themselves..
Now, when we were on the last road before this bridge, we pulled over and dusted the back end with baby powder, to see if any handprints would show up. Same with the front end. We pulled up, and did like we were supposed to (as instructed in the Dare). My friend Mark was behind the wheel of the car, I was outside to push the car back onto the bridge, and my friend Sharon was off at the curve with a video camera, taping this whole incident. Only real issue: the bridge is tilted forward, so it's no wonder you get "pushed", because you're rolling forward (or if you're coming the opposite way and try it, you roll backward). We did it about a dozen or so times (with everything on film), and saw nothing in our powder, so we decided to pack it in. We drove on to Galesburg to get something to eat, and when we stopped, I got out and walked around the back...... THERE WAS A PAIR OF SMALL HANDPRINTS ON THE POWDER. The handprints were WAY too small to be any of ours (and keep in mind that I am the only one who actually touched the car). We fired up the video camera and I pointed out the faint outline of the handprints, and placed my own hand next to the outline of one---to show that it wasn't mine.