Haunted Places in Alabama

Haunted Places in Alabama



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Birmingham, Montgomery, Huntsville, and more! Check out the top 10 most haunted places in Alabama! From creepy cemeteries to scary castles, ghosts, poltergeists, and more!

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“Redmont Hotel Nov 2011 02” by Chris Pruitt ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 (

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“Sturdivant Hall 001” by Carol M. Highsmith ( is in the Public Domain

“Sturdivant Hall Selma” by Altairisfar ( is in the public domain

“Moundville Archaeological Site Alabama” by Altairisfar ( is in the public domain

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“Le porte-avion USS Alabama, Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, Alabama” by Nicolas Chadeville ( is licensed under CC BY 4.0 (

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“Harrison-plaza” by Burkeanwhig ( is in the Public Domain

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“Fort Morgan” by Altairisfar ( is in the Public Domain

“Forks of Cypress” by Alex Bush is in the Public Domain
“Forks of Cypress Ruins by Highsmith 02” by Carol M. Highsmith ( is in the Public Domain

“Gaineswood by Highsmith 001” by Carol M. Highsmith ( is in the Public Domain

“Gaineswood by Highsmith 005” by Carol M. Highsmith ( is in the Public Domain

“Sloss Furnace, night fog” by Robert S. Donovan ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

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“Ladder and window at Sloss Furnaces, image by Marjorie Kaufman” by MiltonPoint ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 (

45 thoughts on “Haunted Places in Alabama”

  1. Wait… I used to pass the USS everyday and I never knew it was haunted. I now live 20 minutes from the redmont aswell. I have also been to gulf shores many, many times.
    Shook

  2. I used to live in Demopolis. We used to go to Gaineswood on school field trips. It was so creepy! It is also haunted by the slaves that were kept there. You can also hear Eliza playing the piano from time to time!

  3. I used to hear a story growing up there about 13 bridges or something like that. You drive over 13 and one disappears going back or something like that.

  4. I live in Moody Alabama and I live near a commissary miners house coal washer local post office and abandoned fuel station come try to find these places

  5. I have actually been to fort morgan before during vacation. Unfortunately, I did not see anything out of the ordinary exept a racoon just walking around the area, without even caring about anyone there. My entire family saw it and we thought that it was really, really funny.

  6. I live in AL. I've spent time at Sloss and it's legit haunted. I've also been to Fort Morgan and felt really strange while there. Cold spots, being disoriented, etc. It was a creepy place. I've also stayed at the Redmont hotel for 2 nights. It was also a creepy place although I don't really have any personal experiences of the supernatural there.

  7. Yeah moundvile was creepy I felt native American all around me maybe cause of my blood I felt a strong pull but I keep my dream catcher so spirits can keep out and salt hey I'm not taking any chance got my daughter to protect when shit does get too much I say back off yeah ghost don't mess with mama baby I used to see a burnt man passing by furnace I used to beg my uncle not to drive by on the freeway gross evil man he smells of smoke and flesh I know who I used to be I gotta old soul

  8. Ive been to sloss like 20 times with so many field trips from my schools. Its still running today making cast iron kinda stuff. Nothing happens there except halloween when it opens one of the biggest haunted houses in alabama

  9. University of Montevallo has a few friendly spirits. Trummie still plays pranks and Captain Reynolds still likes his whiskey.

  10. I get a sense of dread when I visit sloss. There are also very creepy places in the Anniston/Gadsden area. Abandoned army barracks and old civil war battle grounds

  11. I never been to Alabama but I know that is an exciting state to live at &people can learn about the culture& their way of living

  12. I’m not really into ghosts but live in SE Alabama. There is a book everyone around seems to have read about the 10 most haunted places in the state. I think you hit a couple of them but oddly, most of them are pretty rural and if I remember right, two of them are in or near the small town of Newton. One involves a very old Hotel and the other was a hanging site near a river.

  13. I know this abbreviated. We also have Tutwiler hotel, the old Birmingham Library, old Cemetery on Ruffner mountain Road.

  14. I was born, raised, & still live in North Alabama. Rooooollllllllllllllllllllll tttiiiiidddddddeeeeeeeeee baby!!! Been to Sloss Furnace. It is VERY spooky. You should check out Aunt Jenny Johnson's house and cemetery.

  15. I’ve lived in Alabama all of my life and I knew the University of Alabama was haunted but not one of the most haunted Universities in United States. Dang. I’ve also heard about a lot of these as well and the Sloss Furnace is very haunted. I live near Birmingham and I know a lot of people who have their own stories about going to Sloss Furnace. It’s scary

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