This object of morbid fascination is a concrete bridge, built in the 1930s, where Tour Road passes over Crawford Road in the woods north of Newport News Park, south of the Yorktown Battlefield where George Washington defeated Lord Cornwallis in 1781. There’s not much to see aside from occasional wildlife. Virginia folklorist L.B. Taylor, Jr., who has collected hundreds of ghost stories, is skeptical. “I think it’s more of an urban legend than an actual haunting,” he told the Daily Press in 2013. “I think it’s teenagers that have wild imaginations.” Others aren’t so sure.