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    • The arches

    • Bridges; Arches; Goats; Railroad tracks;
    • This is Kenna Kintner's typewritten account of the arches in Putnam County near Greencastle. According to the legend, a half man, half goat appears near the arches.
    • Four arches, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Bridges; Arches; Homeless persons; Railroad accidents; Supernatural; Screaming;
    • This is Doug Simonson's typewritten account of a homeless man who once lived in the Four Arches, Putnam County, Indiana. The man was killed by a train and his ghost now haunts the Arches and screams when a train passes.
    • Arches

    • Bridges; Arches; Horses; Supernatural;
    • This is Linda Hillburn's typewritten account of the the arches in Putnam County near Greencastle. This legend says that horses can detect the death near the arches, and will stay away from it.
    • Arches

    • Bridges; Arches; Death; Construction;
    • This is Linda Hutcheson's typewritten account of the arches in Putnam County near Greencastle. According to legend, the workers who built the arches would not work during certain times for fear of attracting death.
    • The arches

    • Bridges; Arches; Railroad tracks; Suicides; Railroads;
    • This is Jacki E. Secrest's typewritten account of the arches in Putnam County near Greencastle. According to this variant, a teenage couple succumbed to their death in the late 50's, or early 60's.
    • The arches

    • Bridges; Arches; Goats; Railroad tracks;
    • This is Ted C. Callender's typewritten account of the arches in Putnam County near Greencastle. According to the legend, a half man, half goat appears near the arches.
    • The arches

    • Bridges; Arches; Goats; Railroad tracks;
    • This is Ted C. Callender's typewritten account of the arches in Putnam County near Greencastle. According to the legend, a half man, half goat appears near the arches.
    • Four arches, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Bridges; Arches; Storms; Supernatural; Grooms (Weddings); Brides; Railroad trains;
    • This is Linda Hillburn's typewritten account of the Four Arches in Putnam County near Greencastle, Indiana. According to legend, a woman in a white wedding gown walks the arches during June nights.
    • Four arches, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Bridges; Arches; Railroad accidents; Ghosts; Supernatural; Tramps;
    • This is Linda Hillburn's typewritten account of some haunted happenings that occur at the Putnam County Four Arches near Greencastle. According to legend, the ghosts of a group of hobos haunt the Arches.
    • Four arches, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Bridges; Railroad bridges; Arches; Axes; Homeless persons;
    • This is Linda Hillburn's typewritten account of the Four Arches near Greencastle in Putnam County, Indiana. According to the story, if you park your car under the Arches and honk your horn four times, a man with an ax will come out and murder you....
    • Arches

    • Bridges; Arches; Monsters; Supernatural;
    • This is Linda Hillburn's typewritten account of the legend of a goatman who lives in the Putnam County Arches near Greencastle

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