The Adamsville, Alabama neighborhood named Indian Meadows and
its sister community Shady Grove, are supposedly both built over an ancient Cherokee Indian burial ground. Haunting reports have been reported from the area over the last two decades.
Residents report dark figures moving around the woods on the outskirts of their neighborhoods. Some say they can feel or even hear someone following them, but turn around to find that no one is there.
People have reported hearing scratching noises outside their houses late at night. One man heard scratching sounds on his front porch late at night, and each time he turned on the porch light to investigate, nothing was there. But the next morning he found claw marks down the banister of the porch.
Some residents report they see shadows of people walking past their windows at night, but when they look further, they find no one.
In several homes, people have reported hearing footsteps late at night in hallways or on stairs, doors slamming shut by themselves, voices calling out their names, electrical equipment going on and off by itself, and even the sound of someone or something running through the house.
In one house, the face of a crying man appeared on several of the doors in the house all at once.
Try walking the streets of Indian Meadows or Shady Grove at night and to see what you experience.
Adamsville is a city in western Jefferson County, Alabama. It is north from the Birmingham suburb of Pleasant Grove.
Editor: The Old Couple has not interviewed anyone or investigated any of these stories but we are anxious to do so.