The Eshima Ohashi bridge connects two cities in Japan. It is a rigid-frame bridge connecting Matsue, Shimane Prefecture, and Sakaiminato, Tottori Prefecture over Nakaumi Lake.
Built from 1997 to 2004, it is the largest rigid-frame bridge in Japan and third largest in the world. Nicknamed as the roller coaster bridge, it has an incline of 6.1% on one side and 5.1% on the other. It gives people driving over it a roller-coaster experience.
It is a two-lane bridge built with such slopes to allow ships to pass under it.
In this documentary, Gavin Haynes has come from England to America to investigate the secret world of Indigo Children, a select group of people who believe they were born with "ind...