April 07, 2008
Crybaby Bridges in Ohio
Aalsmeer flower auction (flickr). Aalsmeer is the home of the giant Dutch flower market. The complex covers some 250 acres; the auction building alone takes up some 160 acres (one-quarter of a square mile). Each day approximately 14 million flowers and 1 million potted plants are auctioned. That means 3 billion flowers and 400 million plants annually from some 8,000 nurseries. The complex includes five auction halls where 13 auction clocks operate simultaneously in a process of a Dutch auction
There are many bridges in the United States known as Crybaby Bridge. Most are named this because the sound of a baby can be, or has been, heard from the bridge. Most are accompanied by an urban legend of a baby or young child/children being killed nearby, or thrown from the bridge into the river or creek below
The Tschuggen Grand Hotel, located in Arosa, Switzerland
Calle Sueca Street of lights
Scott and Shackleton's abandoned huts in Antarctica
(I remember) La Marianne de Mai '68
A Huge Depository of Unusual Travel Destinations Here
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As far as the crybaby bridgees go, I have found that any time I am near running water the mind can be tricked into hearing all sorts of sounds. I have never heard of a crybaby bridge before, but I bet that the next time I'm by a river or stream, I'll be able to pick out the sounds of crying. People almost always think they can hear voices at rivers and streams.
Posted by: Jeanne at Apr 8, 2008 9:47:39 AM
I don't give a damn WHAT "they" 'say', I am "KEEPING" all of my 'improper' "quotation" marks! FEH!
Posted by: Mr. Natural at Apr 8, 2008 9:53:14 AM