During the Great Depression, many people made their way to the 150-foot-tall Colorado Street Bridge. These individuals did not go to the bridge to enjoy the landmark bridge; many people went to jump off.
So many people have died on the bridge; it gained the nickname “Suicide Bridge.” Ghosts of people who took their own lives are said to haunt the bridge and the trail below.
There is a woman in white who people have witnessed at the bridge. Other people have experienced all of the lights going out when visiting the bridge at night.