Donkey Lady Still Haunts The Bridge
Located in San Antonio, Texas
The Donkey Lady Bridge, located in San Antonio, Texas, is a popular spot for thrill-seekers and ghost hunters. According to local folklore, the bridge is haunted by the ghost of a woman who was severely burned in a fire.
The legend goes that the woman, known as the Donkey Lady, was married to a cruel and abusive husband. One night, he set their home on fire, hoping to kill her and collect the insurance money. The woman was severely burned in the fire and disfigured beyond recognition. She fled from the hospital and was never seen again.
Some say that the Donkey Lady still haunts the bridge, searching for her husband and seeking revenge. She is described as having a donkey-like face and a body covered in burns. Some say they have seen her walking along the bridge at night, while others claim to have heard her haunting cries.
Many people who have visited the bridge have reported strange occurrences, such as hearing strange noises or feeling a sudden drop in temperature. Some have even claimed to have seen the Donkey Lady herself, either standing on the bridge or walking through the nearby woods.
Despite the legend, there is no concrete evidence to support the existence of the Donkey Lady. Some believe that the story is simply a local legend, meant to scare people from visiting the bridge at night. Others argue that the legend is based on a real event, and that the Donkey Lady is a real ghost.
Regardless of whether or not the legend is true, the Donkey Lady Bridge remains a popular spot for those looking for a good scare. If you're brave enough, you can visit the bridge at night and see for yourself if the legend is true. Just be sure to bring a friend and stay on the lookout for the Donkey Lady.
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