Every state’s spookiest urban legend

HELL’S GATE BRIDGE in Alabama

starts in the 1950s . One night, a young couple crossing the bridge accidentally drove their car off the edge, and both of them perished in the water.

There are two legends rumors about Hell’s Gate Bridge, one of which states that if you park your car in the middle of the bridge and turn off the lights, a pair will appear in your vehicle and leave a wet spot on the seat.

The second is the notion that if you drive over the bridge and glance back halfway through, the landscape behind you transforms into a portal to hell that is covered in flames, which is how the bridge received its name.

Hell’s Gate Bridge is closed to cars , and it may serve as a deterrent to ghost hunters and bored adolescents because it is in such bad shape.