Callahan Mountain Rd, Landrum, SC 29356.
The> Poinsett Bridge was built in 1820 and was part of the original state road that ran from Charleston to Columbia to Asheville.
The bridge has a 14-foot Gothic arch in the middle of it allowing the Little Gap Creek
to flow gently under it as it connects further down to the North Saluda River.
Historic record and local folklore variously attribute the construction labor to slave gangs and friendly Indians who may have been the remnants of the Catawba, Creek and Cherokee tribes who had inhabited the region for centuries, until 1755 when a treaty ceded land east of present day Greenville to incoming white settlers-Ghost P.R.O. (Paranormal Research Organization
Strange sightings have been recorded, orbs taped on night filming, and cars parked by have known to have starting and electrical problems.
Haunted> Poinsett Bridge
Photos from the> Library of Congress