Marshall Bridge

Marshall, Mo

The Marshall Bridge is the site of sinister doings. Built of iron on a Native American ceremonial site, it is thought to be imbued with great power. Dark forces are at work here and demonic appearances are common. Will-O`-the-wisps travel near the bridge in packs, their bright lights bobbing merrily. More sinister characters, like the shadowy dark man or the flaming-eyed little men haunt the bridge at night. It’s thought that Marshall’s founding fathers made a deal with the devil to guarantee the town would thrive. While the town hasn’t grown much, evil activity certainly has. Marshall has a higher rate of violent crimes, particularly rapes and murders, than surrounding communities.

I’m not 100 percent sold on this. This could be nothing more than urban legend.


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