Jack Cole Road Most Haunted in Alabama

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Covered bridge over Mulberry Fork or Black Warrior River straddling the Cullman and Blount County line south of Arab, Alabama.

Covered bridge over Mulberry Fork or Black Warrior River straddling the Cullman and Blount County line south of Arab, Alabama.

Jack Cole Road in Blount County might be one of the strangest and darkest hauntings in Alabama. This road is unpaved and winds into dense southern wood.

Jack Cole Road in Hayden Alabama is home to at least 68 deaths, including a hospital that vanished, a mummified witch, a wolfman, a hung artist, a photographer, During the late 1960s, a fruit grower was found murdered with an ax at the end of Jack Cole Road.

A scapegoat that was killed for murders he didn’t commit, and most of these people reported activity that was not of this world. Jack Cole Road is an unpaved road surrounded by dense woods and wilderness off Highway 7 in Blount County. Since 1890, 68 deaths have been reported on Jack Cole Road, 60 of which were due to an outbreak of Cholera in 1900. The other eight were caused by stranger events, including murder.

Alabama has many ghosts and haunted places stories. For a list, see the stories listed at Alabama Ghosts and Haunted Places.

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