Greenfield - Eunice Williams Covered Bridge
Back in the 1600's Deerfield was raided by a band of French soldiers and Indians. The 200 or so captives were taken North to Canada along the way crossing over the Green River in present-day Greenfield. Eunice Williams wife of the town's reverend who just hours before had given birth was hacked to death in the river by an Indian. Today a plaque set in a stone tells the tale and a covered bridge looms beside it connecting North Greenfield and the Meadows section of town. It is said that Eunice shows herself here at night when motorists stop inside the bridge turn off their headlights and beep once. Other sightings have been beside the dam above the bridge and downstream in the middle of the river.
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