Oxford, Talladega County, Alabama
Hell’s Gate Bridge earned its name because many people believe that when you stop on the bridge and glance over your shoulder, the road behind you resembles the fiery gates of Hell. Several locals have experienced this over the years.
Red Level, Convington County, Alabama
Located at the intersection of Halso Mill Road and Oakey Streak Road in Butler County, Alabama. The tiny church, popular rural legend in south-central Alabama near the Florida panhandle, has the misfortune of a plague of paranormal phenomenon: ghosts, hellhounds, and strange wailings, and other disturbances are told of the Oakey Streak Methodist Church near Red Level, Alabama.
Albertville, Marshall County, Alabama: Alabama Avenue Middle School is haunted for unknown reasons. At night, doors are known to slam on their own, accompanied by flickering lights. Students at the school have reported locking their lockers, heaving, and then coming back to find their lockers unlocked.
Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama: Strange occurrences such as the opening of doors and movement of furniture or baggage have been reported by guests of the Redmont Hotel in Birmingham Alabama.
Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama – it has been reported that Stringfellow Memorial Hospital has two entities that haunt the Hospital.
Empire, Walker County, Alabama. Explore Alabama Ghosts and Haunted Places. Little Vine Cemetery near the Little Vine Church in Empire, Alabamais said to possess a faint green light that appears above the gravestones at night. Motorists have seen the light as they drove by the cemetery, but little else out of the ordinary seems to occur at Little Vine.
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.
Alabama has some of the most gruesome and terrifying of haunted places.
Would you dare venture to any one of these?
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.
Bayview, Jefferson County, Alabama
Do not stop your car on the bridge. The lady will get appear in your passenger seat. Everyone in the area knows that bridge is haunted. Some nights she can be seen in her wedding attire near the bridge looking for her Groom. Do not stop your car on the bridge.
Some say slaves twere hung from the bridge as well.
Selma, Dallas County, Alabama
It is believed that a few different spirits enjoy spending their time in the building – in the afterlife. Two of the apparent hauntings that are said to occur include that of the popular outlaw, Jesse James.
Ashland, Clay County, Alabama
Hudson House Ghosts Are Creepy and Bold. The Oxford Paranormal Society affirms paranormal activity in the home built in 1905.
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.
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