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Chehae
May 62014
Lyric Theatre
May 52014

In 1903 real estate entrepreneur General Louis V. Clark purchased lots 1 1,12, and 13 on Third Avenue and Eighteenth Street. The soon-to-be Lyric Office Building and Lyric Theatre occupied addresses 1800-1808 third Avenue North. The Lyric Theatre Lobby occupied the 1800 Third Ave

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Clanton, Alabama
Cry Baby Bridge
The story behind the haunting at Cry Baby Bridge in Clanton is similar to the tales told of other Cry Baby Bridges throughout the country. A woman threw her baby into the creek and it died there. Supposedly she was running from soldiers who were p

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In 1890 the trustees of the Alabama Hospital for the Insane (now Bryce Mental Institution) authorized construction of a “commodious two story cottage for the Assistant Steward,” Charles C. Kilgore, at the edge of the hospital land adjacent to the University of Alabama’s cam

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In the closing days of the Civil War, as General James H. Wilson advanced on Selma, with the purpose of knocking out this important center of munitions and supply to the Confederacy, Mr. Driskell, his wife, their two sons: Will and Tom, and their three daughters became forced ho

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Clanton, Alabama
Cry Baby Bridge
The story behind the haunting at Cry Baby Bridge in Clanton is similar to the tales told of other Cry Baby Bridges throughout the country. A woman threw her baby into the creek and it died there. Supposedly she was running from soldiers who were p

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See Cry Baby Hollow | Cry Baby Holler in Hartselle, Alabama for more information.

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The Old Tavern
May 22014

The Old Tavern has been a fixture in downtown Tuscaloosa since the time of the capital era. Innkeeper William Dunton built the structure in 1827 three blocks from its current site as a tavern and hotel on the stagecoach route that passed through Tuscaloosa. One of the few remaini

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Fort McClellan
May 12014

Anniston, Alabama
Fort McClellan
Fort McClellan is surrounded by the Choccolocco foothills, which are part of the Appalachian Mountains. These mountains were used for artillery firing during the Spanish-American War.
Fort McClellan was officially established as Camp McClellan

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In 1921 Mr. J. Ed Harris, local agent for Mount Vernon-Woodbury Mills, Inc., in Tallassee, originated a plan for a community library. Originally, the library was housed in a small “Stub” of a room on the south end of the library, but in 1922 the library collection was moved into

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Cry Baby Bridge
How to Get to Cry Baby Bridge in Irondale, Alabama:
Cry Baby Bridge is located north of Irondale in heavily wooded area.
Interesting Facts about Cry Baby Bridge in Irondale, Alabama:
The Irondale, Alabama Cry Baby Bridge is located on private property. It is close

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Kali Oka Plantation | Oak Grove Plantation
How to Get to Oak Grove Plantation in Saraland, Alabama:
Oak Grove Plantation is located along Kali Oka Road near the famous Cry Baby Bridge, several cemeteries such as Mauville Cemetery and Dead Man’s Curve where a number of peopl

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Acmar Commisary
April 302014

This is the old commisary that dates back to the 1900′s. It was a place for gathering, purchasing food, and necessities that family’s needed. There was an explosion in 1941 that killed 11 men and the bodies were retrieved from the mine. There still stands a sign outside the commi

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Saraland, Alabama:
How to Get to Cry Baby Bridge in Saraland, Alabama:
Once you get to Saraland, Alabama turn off of Kali Oka Road and continue around Dead Man’s Curve, heading toward Kali Oka Plantation. Be wary of the treacherous winding roads in this area. People drive f

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Maple Hill Cemetery
April 302014
Maple Hill Cemetery
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USS Alabama Battleship
April 302014
USS Alabama Battleship
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Huntingdon College
April 302014
Huntingdon College
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Bridge in Refuge
April 302014

Clanton, Alabama
Bridge in Refuge
The Refuge Bridge haunt is pretty intense.
The bridge in Refuge appears to be haunted. It is a one-lane bridge located in a very isolated place. People who visit the bridge in Refuge report balls of light and feelings like someone is following th

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Birmingham, Alabama
Birmingham is located in central Alabama. It is the largest city in the state with about 230,000 residents, and the county seat of Jefferson County.
Birminghams was founded just after the Civil War in 1871. The city was an industrial and railroad transportat

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Dead Man’s Curve
April 302014

Dead Man’s Curve
There are a number of “Dead Man’s Curves” throughout the United States, but the one in Saraland, Alabama is located on a winding stretch known as Kali Oka Road. It is a sharp turn just south of the famous Cry Baby Bridge in the vicinity of

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he Jemison-Van de Graff Mansion was built between 1859 and 1862 by Robert Jemison, Jr., a wealthy Tuscaloosa businessman and State/Confederate Senator of the time. John Stewart, a Philadelphia architect who was in Tuscaloosa supervising the construction of Bryce Hospital, designe

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Troy State University
April 292014
Troy State University
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Haunted Places in Alabama, USA

  • Chehae

    Chehae

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  • Lyric Theatre

    Lyric Theatre

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  • Cry Baby Bridge | Crybaby Bridge

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  • Kilgore House (University of Alabama)

    Kilgore House (University of Alabama)

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  • Driskell-Martin House

    Driskell-Martin House

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  • Cry Baby Bridge | Crybaby Bridge

    Cry Baby Bridge | Crybaby Bridge

    Bridges

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  • Crybaby Hollow | Cry Baby Hollow | Cry Baby Holler

    Crybaby Hollow | Cry Baby Hollow | Cry Baby Holler

    Streets and Roads

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  • The Old Tavern

    The Old Tavern

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  • Fort McClellan

    Fort McClellan

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  • Tallassee Community Library

    Tallassee Community Library

    USA - Alabama

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  • Cry Baby Bridge | Crybaby Bridge

    Cry Baby Bridge | Crybaby Bridge

    Bridges

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  • Kali Oka Road Plantation | Oak Grove Plantation

    Kali Oka Road Plantation | Oak Grove Plantation

    Plantations

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  • Acmar Commisary

    Acmar Commisary

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  • Cry Baby Bridge | Crybaby Bridge

    Cry Baby Bridge | Crybaby Bridge

    Streets and Roads

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  • Maple Hill Cemetery

    Maple Hill Cemetery

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  • USS Alabama Battleship

    USS Alabama Battleship

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  • Huntingdon College

    Huntingdon College

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  • Bridge in Refuge

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  • Sloss Furnace National Historic Landmark

    Sloss Furnace National Historic Landmark

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  • Dead Man’s Curve

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    Streets and Roads

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  • Jemison-Van De Graff Mansion

    Jemison-Van De Graff Mansion

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  • Troy State University

    Troy State University

    USA - Alabama

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