Not Many People Realize These 8 Little Known Haunted Places In Alabama Exist

Alabama is home to a variety of haunted places. While some of these places are very well known, others aren’t. Listed below are eight of Alabama’s little known haunted places, including a state highway with a very creepy past.

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Were you already familiar with any of these eight haunted places in Alabama? If so, let us know in the comments below.

One of Alabama’s creepiest small towns is Hayden. To learn all about this town’s haunted past, be sure to take a look at the following article: The Tiny Town In Alabama With A Terribly Creepy Past.

Address: Sardis, AL 36775, USA
Address: Mobile, AL 36602, USA
Address: 1050 Sweetwater Ave, Florence, AL 35630, USA
Address: Oxford, AL 36203, USA
Address: AL-5, Lynn, AL, USA
Address: Kinston, AL 36453, USA
Address: 713 Mabry St, Selma, AL 36701, USA
Address: 830 Desoto Dr, Dauphin Island, AL 36528, USA