Most haunted places of Alabama

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  • J. D. Holman House, Ozark, Alabama

    J. D. Holman House, Ozark, Alabama
    Almost a 100 year old house built by Jesse DeCosta Holman in 1912. Once the house was filled with mystery of dark magic. Baby was put in to rain, as believed he would get a long and healthy life, etc. The haunting there was not known for a long year. But at the time of restoration on the premises, they encountered many creepy things there. They heard paranormal footsteps and voices. Some invisible people whispering in themselves and many more.

  • Kate Shepard House Bed and Breakfast Ghost Rumor

    Kate Shepard House Bed and Breakfast
    The Kate Shepard House Bed and Breakfast is a hotel in 1552 Monterey Place, Alabama. A few people told about some ghostly incidents there. But many believed this as only a rumor. Those who told this as a haunted hotel they claimed to see a spirit of an elderly woman. She haunts almost every room in the hotel. Also some stuff also admitted they felt something supernatural and spooky presence sometimes.

  • CEPA Building Haunted, Pell City, Alabama

    Pell City Center for Education and Performing Arts
    The Pell City Center for Education and Performing Arts is also believed as haunted too. Many students and performers claimed to hear crying of a little girl. There are many times when they rehearse their play, needed to stop for the fear of the paranormal crying. Not only the girl, many students often stand or go alone in there for a shadowy ghost. That spirit roams there. According to legend, he was hung by accidentally at the time of play or any other type of event. People they complain about the shadowy apparition for cutting light or messing up everything at the time of play.

  • Haunted Victoria Inn in Anniston, Alabama

    Haunted Victoria Inn in Anniston, Alabama
    The Victoria Inn is one of the best place in Anniston to stay. Built in 1888 by John McKleroy, the partner of the Anniston Land Company. His family lived there for 25 years. In 1920's president of the Emory Foundry Company, Mr William Coleman Wilson bought this house from William McKleroy's widow. From them in 1949, Kirby family owned this. Mrs. Kirby entertained guests in what is now know as the Victoria Lounge. After their death, this was remained in trust of their sister and in 1984, a realtor company South Carolina developer bought it from them and turned the mansion in the inn. This place especially the restaurant is believed as haunted one.

  • Haunted Sweetwater Mansion in Florence, Alabama

    Haunted Sweetwater Mansion in Florence, Alabama
    Sweetwater Mansion was designed by General John Brahan. He was a veteran of the War of 1912. He owned more than 4000 acres of land in Alabama. Robert M. Patton, Brahan's son-in-law completed and occupied it in 1835. As the mansion built on the site of Sweetwater Creek, this is known as Sweetwater mansion. The basement served as a Civil War hospital and also it was a jail for some period.

  • Dead Children's Playground in Huntsville, Alabama

    Dead Children's Playground in Huntsville, Alabama
    With the darkness the oldest and largest cemetery of Alabama becomes terrible haunted by the ghost children. They laugh, play and move everywhere inside the Maple Hill Cemetery. Mostly between 10 p.m. to 3 a.m., they rise from their graves. Alabama Paranormal Association captured photos, videos and their voice recordings in the graveyard. The places of Huntsville have reported for so many ghost encounters. Swing moves by invisible presences as someone is sitting on it. When it stops, then people can see someone invisible have jumped on it and the swing again started to move by those bodies spirits.

  • Story of Oakleigh mansion ghost

    Oakleigh mansion in mobile, Alabama
    James W. Roper, a brick mason from Virginia built an Oakleigh mansion at Mobile, AL in 1833. This is one of the largest T shaped home in Alabama. Ghost stories in the house are quite interesting. Elizabeth Parker wrote about its ghost hauntings in her book "Mobile GHOSTS: Alabama's Haunted Port City." In the story a little boy refused to go to the second parlour. He told about a ghost woman in the first parlour. That spirit is described by the boy as a happy spirit who loved to stay there. In another side second floor is filled with cold and uncanny energy so he didn't want to go there.

  • The Haunting at Sloss Furnace

    Ghostly Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, Alabama
    Sloss Furnaces, Birmingham is pig iron-producing blast furnaces that is designated National Historic Landmark. Over time it has earned a bad reputation, as being one of the most haunted locations in Alabama, along with, being listed as one of the top 100 places in the world for witnessing paranormal activity. As per Legend, this historic facility is haunted by workers who died gruesomely on the job, but the question is, are these stories true? You should read the full story for sure.

  • Gaineswood Mansion, Evelyn Carter's Ghost

    Gaineswood Plantation in Demopolis, Alabama
    This is the story of a spirit of young female housekeeper, named Evelyn Carter. She spent his last days in there, Gaineswood Mansion of Demopolis. This property was started to build by George Strother Gaines. He was famous for the meeting with "greatest of all Choctaw chiefs" Pushmataha. General Nathan Bryan Whitfield purchased the 480 acre property in 1842. As the traditional southern mansions, in 1856 this was completed with gardens, Iron fences, stables, and slave quarters.

  • Red Woman of Pratt Hall in Huntingdon College

    Red lady Ghost in Huntingdon College
    One of the famous ghost of Alabama strolls in the Pratt hall dormitory of Huntingdon college in Montgomery. The ghost is known popularly "The Red Woman". Her story is written also in the famous book "13 Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey" by Kathryn Tucker Windham.

  • Haunted Fort Morgan and Ghosts of the civil war

    Haunted The Fort Morgan, Alabama
    With the amount of genocide witnessed by Fort Morgan, it is not at all surprising that this old Fort has more than its fair share of ghosts. This site has witnessed many tragic and war related deaths during the battles and rightly earns its reputation as one of the most haunted forts in the United States. It is surrounded by bunkers that are supposedly haunted with numerous ghosts. The main courtyard has been reported to have numerous sightings of dark shadows, often seen walking the fort grounds, late at night. When these shadows pass through any area, lights in that area tend to turn on and off by themselves and doors slam on their own.

  • Ghostly figures on Indian Meadows of Adamsville

    Indian Medows and its neighboring community Shady Grove were built upon Cherokee burial ground. Over the last two decades there has been a number of haunting related events happen within this community. There have been several reports of dark figures in the community, often appearing in windows and walking between the houses that line the streets.

  • Haunted house of Off Highway 431 in Albertville

    It's believed to be haunted by one of the first owners. He died while plowing his garden with a tractor. It overturned on him and killed him. Soon afterwards, the man's wife started hearing banging noises, so she moved and sold the house. The next owners heard the same noises, and left the house in the middle of the night with all of their belongings still inside. When the house was empty, neighbors would see lights turn on at night.

  • Anniston High School Girl's Locker Room haunting legends

    Anniston High School
    The legend of Anniston High School's locker room is known widely throughout the school. The legend is told to all the new coming female freshmen that go to their lockers to change clothes for P.E. They are told by the upper classmen to give the freshmen a little scare by warning them of a vengeful ghost. The legend varies in detail from person to person but the main facts of the story are almost always the same.

  • Ghosts from Anniston Blockbuster murders

    Blockbuster store
    The store was robbed and two of the employees and 2 patrons who where brothers were killed. The killer was caught, but the store closed down and has remained standing ever since. Many years before the Blockbuster incident, the land on which the building sets was occupied by a gas station. In the late 1960's, a woman was brutally beaten, raped and murdered there.

  • Mournful moans of Old Dora

    Old Dora
    Old Dora has a street that once, a long time ago, was the center of town. The town itself was built around the railroad tracks and depot. Many stores and businesses lined this street. There was a church and many homes in the surrounding area. A cement tunnel gave pedestrians an inlet to the town under the railroad tracks.

  • The Haunted Bridge of Gadsden

    The Haunted Bridge of Gadsden
    The Haunted Bridge is an infamous legend in the city of Gadsden. There was a couple that had a farmhouse near Gadsden. The couple got into a heated argument, in which the woman finally ran away with her baby. Feeling sorry for his family, the man of the house got on his carriage and searched for his wife. Hiding near the bridge

  • Hanging Wedding Dress ghost of Glenco

    The story states that a couple were engaged to be married. The night before the wedding, the man was out having a party with all his buddies at a local bar. The woman's family tradition was to hang the wedding dress in a window the night before the wedding, to let people know they were getting married. The house burnt down that night and killed the woman.

  • Haunted Carter Mansion in Huntsville

    Carter Mansion
    Haunted by the ghost of Sally Carter, who is buried on the Carter Estate. She has been sited walking the grounds. Some say she is responsible for toppling her headstone on occasion. The body of Sally Carter has been moved to Maple Hill Cemetery in an unmarked grave. Sally still haunts the Carter Mansion.

  • Mysterious man of Dump Road, Jacksonville

    Dump Road is an unofficial name given to a section of the old Chief Ladiga Indian trail, located at the foothills of the Appalachian mountains. The modern name, "Dump Road" was given because of the trash dumped illegally up on the mountain by local people. This trail was traveled on by early settlers in the 1800's. The road is above the unmarked neighborhood called, "Brownwood Estates".

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