This 2-story brick building constructed in 1875 was built to be used as a county courthouse.Â After the county seat in which it was built in moved, this building became vacant until 1890 when a man named Dr. John…
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The St. James hotel stands watchful over Selma, Alabama from its perch on the Alabama River banks. Both the St. James and Selma went through a spell where much of the area was depressed, dilapidated, and forgotten, but local groups and the government have been working to revitalize the area, and their diligence seems to have stirred up more than they bargained for.
Not very long ago, two brothers around the age of eight were out playing hide and seek in and around the house. Their mother could not find the boys for several days; she finally discovered them both death in the basement's deep freezer. The boys were buried in the cemetery. A few months after the boys' deaths, on the way home a mother and her two sons took a shortcut through the cemetery. They encountered the two boys chanting "Come play with us." The mother paid no attention and let her boys
High schools are most definitely places infamous for vicious and quickly-spread rumors, but not many can compare to Anniston High School in Alabama. Here, the horrific story is told repeatedly by the older students in order to frighten the new freshmen girls. And although the events actually occurred, the details have (not surprisingly) gotten twisted and exaggerated over the past ten years.
This house is said to have been owned by Black Beard the Pirate. Once, Black Beard saw one of his crew members dancing with his girlfriend and consequently beheaded the man on the stairs. It is said that now, more than two hundred years later, blood stains eventually become visible again though the stairs have been sanded, painted, and carpeted.
This mansion was built by the founder of the Cunard Lines as a wedding present for his daughter. In the late nineteenth century, someone committed suicide in the house. Since that time, there have been reports of a manï¿½s face peering out of a top floor window on moonlit nights. In the basement, there appear to be several cold spots and even glowing ectoplasm in the ground level windows. It is also said that if one is alone in the building, they may hear a woman calling their name from an
About one hundred years ago a woman left her young son with a baby-sitter and when she returned, her home was ablaze. Frantically, she ran inside to try to find her son, but only found the baby-sitter. The woman searched the woods around her house for her baby. So overcome with grief was she, that the woman died of a heart attack. If one drives to Ghost Road and parks, he may see the woman--a whitish-blue light hiding behind trees. She may also be seen rocking in a chair in a field across the