The Sinister Sepulchre: Oakey Streak Methodist Church

Consolation Church Cemetery, Red Level AL

Consolation Church Cemetery, Red Level AL

Nothing less than reports of hellhounds, a shrieking banshee and whimpering from inside Consolation Church, also known as the Oakey Streak Methodist Church. Legend and the local rumor mill is that local family ancestors and visitors to Red Level have for decades told that the church was abandoned long ago due to circumstances that could not be controlled. Generations of residents have told tales of human possession and driverless trucks around the church and graveyard. Reports from paranormal investigators and statements from visitors passing through the area of the church have been documented and all claim that they have been touched by spirits when they asked for a sign from beyond the grave. The church burned in 2015 but confederate soldiers and a little boy and girl are said to still haunt the graveyard.

Harbuck Knives Made In Alabama

Harbuck Knives

John Harbuck, a knifemaker since 1975, operates from a small shop in south Alabama. His knives have been sold in most of the 50 states (including Alaska and Hawaii), Canada, several African countries, and Saudi Arabia. He is a member of the Professional Knifemakers Association.

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FLORALA STATE PARK – ALABAMA

Florala State Park – Alabama
Alabama State Park
Florala AL
Covington County
 

Florala State Park is a 40 acre park that stretches along the 500 acre Lake Jackson, it offers camping, picnicking, playground, swimming, fishing, trails and paddleboat rentals. Water skiing and personal watercraft are allowed on the lake. 

The park location is:

514 Lake Shore Drive
Florala Alabama 36552

on the Alabama/Florida state line

Phone:334-858-6425
the park hours are from 8 am to 5 pm. Additional Alabama State Parks