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Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: BUNNY ()
Date: September 06, 2013 03:45PM


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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: FFXU Welcoming Committee ()
Date: September 06, 2013 03:47PM

BUNNY Wrote:
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> http://www.colchesteroverpass.org/index.html

You must be new here.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Bunny Man ()
Date: September 06, 2013 04:00PM

Don't fuck with the Bunny man on Halloween! He will appear and ...

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Enrico Palazzo ()
Date: September 06, 2013 04:02PM

"Like other busy Fairfax County intersections it is monitored and enforced in the interest of public safety."

What the fuck.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Caught on Film ()
Date: September 06, 2013 04:08PM

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Caught on Film ()
Date: September 06, 2013 04:11PM

This was taken around Halloween three years ago. I was someone taking a picture. It wasn't until the picture was looked at once the person got home that image was noticed.
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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Bunny Man ()
Date: September 06, 2013 04:18PM

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: ERBanEX ()
Date: October 20, 2013 12:47PM

Love urban exploration. Planning on making a visit on Halloween night. Super Stealth mode of course... Not stupid enough to drive right up into a nest of FFX county police...

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: retarded website ()
Date: October 20, 2013 02:06PM

I went to this bridge back in high school, 8-9 years ago or so. It was creepy, visited right before they got rid of Midgetville in Vienna too. Never saw any cops out there though. No surprise that it's "heavily" enforced now though.

FCPD's new slogan: "We focus on the little things, as to leave the relevant matters of our community unattended to fester"

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: poo ()
Date: October 20, 2013 02:15PM

Welcome to fairfax; its unfair and those are the facts.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Join us......... ()
Date: October 20, 2013 04:49PM

On Halloween night at the Lee chapel cemetery at 7pm we will summon Eva Roy. Green light sticks only, no flashlights please.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: T ()
Date: October 20, 2013 06:43PM

Fairfax County Police at their finest. "Monitored and enforced to protect fools from themselves." Nice.

Call ICANN. They committed fraud when they misrepresented themselves on the domain registration for colchesteroverpass.org.

And they wonder why people ask for an oversight board. These FCPD fools can't be trusted even to identify themselves when trying to perform a fairly benign act of public service.
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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: former visitor ()
Date: October 20, 2013 10:56PM

Just wondering, has anyone been killed on the tracks above the bridge? About 12 years ago I went with some friends and climbed up the bridge onto the tracks and took some pics. We didn't know it was an active railroad...how do any of us survive to adulthood?

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Secrets of The Bunnyman ()
Date: October 20, 2013 11:24PM

Yes in the area.. the Real Bunnyman c. 1970 Accident with a train.. more then 35 years ago..Thats why all this story stuff has started..In his honor...

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Crooked tactics ()
Date: October 21, 2013 01:58AM

T Wrote:
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> Fairfax County Police at their finest. "Monitored
> and enforced to protect fools from themselves."
> Nice.
>
> Call ICANN. They committed fraud when they
> misrepresented themselves on the domain
> registration for colchesteroverpass.org.
>
> And they wonder why people ask for an oversight
> board. These FCPD fools can't be trusted even to
> identify themselves when trying to perform a
> fairly benign act of public service.


Wait. Are you telling me that that website was assembled by FCPD, yet they lied about who they were when setting up the domain? Leave it to FFX police to make total asses of themselves.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: T ()
Date: October 21, 2013 07:58AM

That's what it looks like. It is possible that someone set the site up independently and used the FCPD phone number in the registration. A FOIA request to FCPD could clear this up. Posting videos of county citizens online without their consent is also sketchy.

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Posted by: chuckhoffmann ()
Date: October 21, 2013 09:11AM

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Just Say No ()
Date: October 21, 2013 12:23PM

Don't be soft! This is a site by one or a couple of people who live near Bunnyman Bridge who don't want people showing up there. What does it really show? A couple of idiots who managed to get themsemves arrested over the last ????? years. The last time I went there (Halloween night 2010) some uppity bitch stopped and 'warned' me that 'the neighbors all call the police when they see 'tresspassers'. My response? "Thanks!" We milled around from about 11:55 - 12:20. No cops. Sadly, the Bunnyman didn't show up either.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: matt 703 ()
Date: October 21, 2013 12:29PM

Just realized I drove threw that tunnel about a year ago, just exploring that way down Colchester. Didn't know THAT was THE bunny man bridge. Over the years around here, many other bridges were referred to as "Bunny Man Bridge".

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Witchy Woman ()
Date: October 21, 2013 12:33PM

Just Say No Wrote:
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> Don't be soft! This is a site by one or a couple
> of people who live near Bunnyman Bridge who don't
> want people showing up there. What does it really
> show? A couple of idiots who managed to get
> themsemves arrested over the last ????? years.
> The last time I went there (Halloween night 2010)
> some uppity bitch stopped and 'warned' me that
> 'the neighbors all call the police when they see
> 'tresspassers'. My response? "Thanks!" We milled
> around from about 11:55 - 12:20. No cops. Sadly,
> the Bunnyman didn't show up either.

You're fucked. The Bunny man see's and records everybody who disturbs the area around the bridge. It's only a matter of time before he shows up at your front door.

You better write an apology letter and put it under the bridge on Halloween night. It's the only way you can remove the curse.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Coming to the Nuisance ()
Date: October 21, 2013 12:53PM

Just Say No Wrote:
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> Don't be soft! This is a site by one or a couple
> of people who live near Bunnyman Bridge who don't
> want people showing up there. What does it really
> show? A couple of idiots who managed to get
> themsemves arrested over the last ????? years.
> The last time I went there (Halloween night 2010)
> some uppity bitch stopped and 'warned' me that
> 'the neighbors all call the police when they see
> 'tresspassers'. My response? "Thanks!" We milled
> around from about 11:55 - 12:20. No cops. Sadly,
> the Bunnyman didn't show up either.

Fuck the neighbors, if they don't like it they should move. The bridge was there first.

Don't move next door to Disney land and then bitch about the traffic.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Go Somewhere Else ()
Date: October 21, 2013 01:34PM

Just Say No Wrote:
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> Don't be soft! This is a site by one or a couple
> of people who live near Bunnyman Bridge who don't
> want people showing up there. What does it really
> show? A couple of idiots who managed to get
> themsemves arrested over the last ????? years.
> The last time I went there (Halloween night 2010)
> some uppity bitch stopped and 'warned' me that
> 'the neighbors all call the police when they see
> 'tresspassers'. My response? "Thanks!" We milled
> around from about 11:55 - 12:20. No cops. Sadly,
> the Bunnyman didn't show up either.

You moron. You just made the case for the neighbors. Nobody wants a bunch of drunk, obnoxious kids hanging around anywhere near their property. That 'uppity bitch' was trying to do you a favor. I would have called the cops in a heartbeat. Other more 'proactive' neighbors might have gone out with a gun, especially in the current climate.

Did you even look at that website? The primary emphasis is on safety. The train rolls right over that bridge. Nobody wants to see some asshole climb up there and get mowed down. Plus the roads in that area are challenging at best. It would not take much for a pedestrian to become an unwitting target, especially at night.

Nobody said you can't use the road as long as you use it to drive on, not hang on. Otherwise, take the party elsewhere.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: T ()
Date: October 21, 2013 03:50PM

The tone of that website is not encouraging. It has an obnoxious, patronizing, law enforcement flavor. "Protecting Fools from Themselves"?

One of the videos does provide a list of potential charges and fees, that's helpful as long as it's accurate.

But I don't sympathize much with the property owners. They choose to live near an urban legend. They all have enough money to move somewhere else if they don't like the consequences of that.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Lawn Order ()
Date: October 21, 2013 04:19PM

I'm sceptical of the "Sully" Police District connection, since the site is located squarely in the "Springfield" District!

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Posted by: chuckhoffmann ()
Date: October 21, 2013 05:11PM

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Lawn Order ()
Date: October 21, 2013 08:40PM

Yep, you're right about the bridge being in the Sully police distrct. I was thinking thinking that the Magisterial Districts and the Police Districts were the same, but this proves me wrong!

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Not Fair ()
Date: October 22, 2013 03:33PM

It's not fair. It's a free country. We should be allowed, and even enourged to take to this street and do our best to indeed find out what is really the situation!

The wealth homeowners that are buying the homes near this bridge may no something we do not, and that is why they are buying these homes and have made this site. Perhaps they know the Truth about the bridge, and want to keep people away so that it dosen't disrupt their profits.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ ()
Date: October 22, 2013 04:02PM

Not Fair Wrote:
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> It's not fair. It's a free country. We should be
> allowed, and even enourged to take to this street
> and do our best to indeed find out what is really
> the situation!
>
> The wealth homeowners that are buying the homes
> near this bridge may no something we do not, and
> that is why they are buying these homes and have
> made this site. Perhaps they know the Truth about
> the bridge, and want to keep people away so that
> it dosen't disrupt their profits.


If they were smart, they'd put together some money and set up a tour and charge admission. It's not to terribly difficult to put together these days. The Bunnyman Bridge is world reknown, so there would definitely be a market for it.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Helper.Guy ()
Date: October 22, 2013 04:03PM

Yawn...

Ok, so don't trespass on the bridge.
Don't park on private property.
Don't impede traffic.
Don't vandalize or spray graffiti on the bridge.

There's still plenty of legal places to park and hike in there. There's no law against taking photos of a bridge.

As for trespassing on the bridge...I mean you're up there doing whatever and some resident come and yells at you to get down and didn't you read the sign. If it's Halloween night? That's one thing but any other night of the year...by the time I'm aware of a resident calling police or see the police rolling up in there...I'm half a mile into the surrounding forest. Maybe they'll call in a chopper and maybe they won't...I highly doubt it for a lone trespasser.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Billy Clinton ()
Date: October 22, 2013 04:16PM

Did someone mention pulling a train???

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: insideJob ()
Date: October 22, 2013 05:31PM

Bunny Man Bridge was an inside job.

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Posted by: chuckhoffmann ()
Date: October 23, 2013 08:40AM

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Just stay off the top ()
Date: October 23, 2013 08:51AM

Helper.Guy Wrote:
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> Yawn...
>
> Ok, so don't trespass on the bridge.
> Don't park on private property.
> Don't impede traffic.
> Don't vandalize or spray graffiti on the bridge.
>
> There's still plenty of legal places to park and
> hike in there. There's no law against taking
> photos of a bridge.
>
> As for trespassing on the bridge...I mean you're
> up there doing whatever and some resident come and
> yells at you to get down and didn't you read the
> sign. If it's Halloween night? That's one thing
> but any other night of the year...by the time I'm
> aware of a resident calling police or see the
> police rolling up in there...I'm half a mile into
> the surrounding forest. Maybe they'll call in a
> chopper and maybe they won't...I highly doubt it
> for a lone trespasser.

So its my understanding that the top of the bridge itself is private property, belongs to the railroad.

But the road going under the bridge is public. There's absolutely no law against me driving under bridge, walking under the bridge, stopping there for a few moments, or taking pictures.

The neighbors can go fuck themselves.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Think Again ()
Date: October 23, 2013 11:39AM

Just stay off the top Wrote:
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> So its my understanding that the top of the bridge
> itself is private property, belongs to the
> railroad.
>
> But the road going under the bridge is public.
> There's absolutely no law against me driving under
> bridge, walking under the bridge, stopping there
> for a few moments, or taking pictures.
>
> The neighbors can go fuck themselves.

Wrong, clown.

"The railroad tracks and the overpass structure are owned by Norfolk Southern Corporation (NSC). The railroad right of way extends out fifty feet on either side of the tracks. The property is posted. In Fairfax County trespass on posted property is a Class I misdemeanor, punishable by up to 12 months in jail and a $2500 fine."

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: 496 ()
Date: October 23, 2013 02:01PM

Someone needs to take out that camera. Who's up for it?

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: kawasaki ninja ()
Date: October 23, 2013 03:19PM

Ill have to check that place out sometime with my 40 fellow riders. Nothing illegal about riding through the bridge several times, driving slowly while bouncing off the rev limiter.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: aSSCLOWN LIBERAL ()
Date: October 23, 2013 03:36PM

So you are one of those FFX County liberals that always is on the side of big government and readily bends over to take more of it. People like you are the reason this "no trespassing" no fun county is the way it is.

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Re: Really? So much for BunnyMan Bridge exploring.
Posted by: Right Wing ()
Date: October 23, 2013 03:50PM

We, as the Americans, have a right to the bridge!

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