When we were in Sellingen we passed this bridge, I thought the name -Wijvebrug is Dutch for Broad's Bridge- sounded rather negative and awkward so I googled it when we returned home again.
I found an old folktale that tells about this place in dark nights with thunder and lightning, when wisps of fog came from a piece of low land nearby and went over the road near the bridge. In the past people thought they saw ghostly figures when it lightened. These images were known as 'witte wievn', or 'weird sisters' in English. Spooky!