You might not reach for the phone to call Ghostbusters, but here are some legends to spice up your Halloween.
By Lisa King
Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at 3:00 am (Updated: October 31, 3:01 am)
Every community has its ghost stories, and Shelby County is no exception, with plenty of creepy, spooky tales and places that start getting whispered about during the week of Halloween.
There are plenty of legends – the antique store on Main Street downtown, the former ghost sightings at the old bridge on what now is Zaring Mill Road, haunted houses here and there, for instance – but have you ever heard of Crybaby Bridge?
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