In life, little was known about the person behind the aliases used by the Bridge Lady. She seemed to be partial to using “Zamika” but was also known to use Sicelia Nomore, Grace, Aisha, and Denise from time to time.
She arrived in Morehead, KY sometime in either 2009 or 2010, and soon became a fixture people would often see her walking “with purpose” along US 60, clothed in all black. She chose the Triplett Creek Bridge to serve as her home.
Local residents offered her assistance, food, places to stay but she declined them. However, she would often seek assistance from local food banks or Christian Social Services.
She was known to be a very proud and independent woman, who was intelligent, polite, and reportedly showed charity whenever she had the means to do so. However, she was also very private and didn’t allow anyone to get close to her, but still, many local residents considered her a friendly face.
On December 15th, 2018 she was found dead beneath the bridge she sheltered under from apparent natural causes.
Who was the Morehead Bridge Lady?? I reached out to the local coroner of Rowan County, KY in hopes of being able to possibly assist with getting genetic genealogy done, but I haven’t heard anything back.
She did guard her identity in life, but I do truly believe that no one should be forgotten, and if she does have family out there somewhere, they deserve to know what happened to her.
If you think you recognize “Zamika Siscelia Nomore” please contact the Morehead Police Department at 606-784-7511.
03/06/2022 – no new information