Would you dare venture to any one of these? Weird sightings and occurrences at so called “haunted” places is mere theatrics compared to Alabama’s gruesome and terrifying haunted settings.
Explore Alabama Ghosts and Haunted Places – Fort Morgan, in Baldwin County, Alabama, was built in 1819 was in use during the Civil War, Spanish American War, World War I and World War II.
It is rumored that visitors can hear the cries and screams of men late into the night, and they have seen the ghost of a solitary woman searching for justice after being killed at the fort.
Carrollton, Pickens County, Alabama
The blame promptly fell on a local troublemaker, Henry Wells, and he was charged with arson, burglary, assault with intent to murder and carrying a concealed weapon.
Hartselle, Morgan County, Alabama
Local tales say a mass murderer named “Mr. Hammond” supposedly lived in the woods in the area of Cry Baby Hollow in the 1940’s.
Lynn, Winston County, Alabama
While walking along the side of Highway 5, she was struck by an 18-wheeler. The driver of the truck left the scene and the teenage girl was discovered the following morning in a ditch.
Ashland, Clay County, Alabama
Hudson House Ghosts Are Creepy and Bold. The Oxford Paranormal Society affirms paranormal activity in the home built in 1905.
Florence, Lauderdale County, Alabama
Stories of paranormal activity have been told about Sweetwater Mansion for many years. Numerous apparitions have allegedly been seen in and around the house.
Irondale, Jefferson County, Alabama
No one seems to know exactly who is haunting Bass Cemetery, but visitors say they have heard screams and felt an inexplicable uneasiness while on its grounds. Reports of paranormal activity are common.