Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Downtown Oklahoma City's skyline

Oklahoma City is the capital and largest city of the U.S. state of Oklahoma. Pictured is downtown Oklahoma City's skyline courtesy of Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

SE 119th Street Bridge

The SE 119th Street Bridge is located southeast of Oklahoma City. It was constructed in 1915 as a pony truss bridge over a tributary of West Elm Creek.

According to Newman, the area around the bridge is associated with folklore. The most infamous being the "Witch of Kitchen Lake", who causes mischief around the area of the bridge by lighting fires and throwing rocks. There have also been reports of a big-foot like creature being seen.

For the ghosthunter, there are reports of unusual light anomalies and mists.

Pictured left is the area immediately in front of the SE 119th Street Bridge (obscured by the trees) courtesy of Google Maps.

35°20'55.2"N 97°23'20.6"W.


For further information, please read Haunted Bridges by Rich Newman.