Crazy Annie's Bridge: 270th ST Henderson MN
by Sarah S
Crazy Annie is a lady who lived back in World War I she is a local legend of the small town of Henderson Minnesota. She was a war widow. Annie went "insane" and drownded her three children in the creek that was right outside of her home. After she drownded her children, she hung her self on the big tree next to the left hand side of the bridge, the tree still stands. The house is no longer there. The best time to visit Crazy Annie's bridge is anytime after 11pm. There has been reports of hearing a womans scream. Sometimes your radio may turn off or there maybe static. Some have even claimed to have hand prints on their vechicle after leaving. Is it just an urban legend or has crazy Annie not yet rested? Its located outside of Henderson on a gravel road on 270th ST.