Have you ever heard the story of Karla's Bridge before? It's one of Oklahoma's many urban legends and ghost stories. This tale centers around a creepy old bridge that's rumored to be haunted by the ghost of a woman who was murdered there in 1976. They say her restless spirit can be heard and even seen walking the bridge.

Karla's Bridge can be found in Catoosa, OK. it's said to be in the Redbud Valley, not the actual nature preserve or park itself, but located nearby. It's a very popular place for paranormal investigators and ghost hunters to visit and research. Some swear that the bridge is haunted and have reported all kinds of scary encounters.

Visit Karla's Bridge in Catoosa, OK. to learn more about this Sooner State urban legend

The legend of Karla's Bridge tells of a young woman, maybe around 19 years old named Karla who was murdered at the site, her body was found laying underneath the bridge in 1976. Police were unable to find the person or persons responsible for her untimely death. To this day her murder remains an unsolved mystery.

Investigators think she was walking home from school and was brutally attacked, killed, and thrown off the bridge where she was eventually found. Another theory is that she was killed somewhere else and her body was dumped in the creek below the bridge. With the case unsolved many think her spirit haunts the bridge.

There are many bridges in Catoosa, OK. Redbud Valley which one is Karla's Bridge?

So what are some of the stories or experiences people are telling of Karla's Bridge? Some have said they've seen and heard the ghost of Karla walking beneath and even across the bridge talking and laughing. Most say she isn't threatening, just confused and possibly lonely. She's known to be mischievous but never cruel.

A few ghost hunters and paranormal investigators have reported seeing light orbs all around the bridge that interact with human presence. Others have said their vehicles would break down on the bridge or experience strange and unexplainable issues such as headlights going on and off and the radio turning on by itself.

Karla's Bridge has been a popular site for paranormal investigators & ghost hunters

It's said to be an active haunt and that most people who visit experience or witness some form of paranormal activity. This particular ghost story and urban legend have been told repeatedly throughout the years. Some believe the tales, others doubt if a murdered woman named Karla was ever found under the bridge.

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