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Real Haunted Houses in Alabama

Hell’s Gate

Oxford, Alabama

The bridge has earned this name because it is said if one stops on the bridge and turns around, the road behind him looks like the fiery gates of Hell. Many years ago, a young couple lost their lives on this bridge. On a dark night, if one stops on the bridge and turns off all the lights, a member of the couple will get into the vehicle, leaving a wet spot on the seat.

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Sally Carter, Cedarhurst Mansion

Huntsville, Alabama

Huntsville, Alabama has many distinctions. It is the home of impressive companies such as Boeing, NASA, and Raytheon; has more Ph D's per square mile than any other city in the south; and also happens to be the most haunted city in Alabama.

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Carriage Raiders

Goodwater, Alabama

Residents of the area have reported hearing both a baby cry, and a horse-drawn carriage passing by. No one knows the story behind the activity, but many have their suspicions. Some claim that raiders took over a passing carriage, killed the adults inside, and left the baby in the woods to starve to death.

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Rocker by the Tracks

Cordova, Alabama

Inside this white house, adjacent to the railroad tracks, a rocking chair is said to rock back and forth on its own in an upstairs corner. Footsteps have also been heard on the stairs.

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Parkwood Apartments

Birmingham, Alabama

During the 1970's, these apartments were the site of a multiple homicide. On the anniversary of the murders, which occurs in January, the stench of burning human flesh is pungent. Blood appears to ooze from the upstairs foyer. One woman even reported feeling fingers caress her neck and bosom on that January day. Many believe the apparition to be that of the murderer; he was never found.

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University Chapel

Auburn, Alabama

Once used as a theater, the University Chapel was a hospital during the Civil War. When the chapel was used by theater students, it was haunted by a ghost identified as Sydney Grimlett. When the thespians moved their operations across the street to the Telfair Peet Theater, Sydney followed. Sydney Grimlett, a confederate soldier, had his leg amputated before he died. When there are theater productions, Sydney makes his presence known by opening and closing drawers, making rattling noises,

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