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The Racine Street Bridge Horror
Episode 303 takes us back to 1909 Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where a teenage girl disappears while walking home from her married sister’s house. The area was known as a dark, dangerous place, but she’d made the journey many times. Until one fateful dark night...
Culled from the historic pages of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and other newspapers of the era.
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