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[AL] Haunted Places in Alabama

Haunted Places in Alabama, Camax to Guntersville

Camax - Mill Bridge - A very old bridge, one lane, steel overhead, located on the Country Club road north of Jasper, Al. Has been haunted by the ghost of Moon Mullins for years. Several people over the years have reported seeing and hearing strange noises and apparitions on the bridge and Black Water Creek banks nearby since Moon Died on the bridge, under strange circumstances around 75 years ago.

Camp Hill - Loveladies Bridge - 20 years ago, A woman and her baby had a car accident on a Bridge. Both died. It is said that if you go to the middle of the bridge at night and say "Lovelady Lovelady I got your baby" 3 times she will appear on the other end of the bridge and walk toward you looking for her baby.

Cardiff - Cardiff cemetery - the older people from the area say that it is where the dead look for their love ones. On Friday 13 you can drive up in the graveyard and your car dies and you can't start it for about five min.

Carleton - Mount Nebo & The Boardwalk - This is an old cemetery and right up the road is the boardwalk. In the cemetery there are headstones with faces on them and the faces will change to a smile or mad face and they move. If you go to the cemetery if the light on back of the old church isn't on then you won't see anything. On down the road a little ways is the boardwalk (6" wide boards on stilts that stretch a mile over swamp about 30ft high) when you walk through the across you get the feeling someone is around you it makes your hair stand up. You'll hear this sound of a kid screaming they say a kid got lost in the swamp during civil war times and died there.

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[AL] Haunted Places in Alabama
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