Alabama June 13, 2019
The Ultimate Terrifying Alabama Road Trip Is Right Here – And You’ll Want To Do It
When it comes to paranormal activity, Alabama doesn’t disappoint! From restaurants and hotels, to cemeteries and houses, there are several places in Alabama that’ll most certainly send chills up your spine. Below, we’ve mapped a road trip that includes some of Alabama’s most haunted places. If you’re up for some spooky fun, you’ll definitely want to do it.
Let’s get started:
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1. Jack Cole Road - Hayden
Jack Cole Road is located off Highway 7 in Hayden, Alabama. It's considered one of Alabama's most haunted roads. Since 1890, many people have died along this road and their spirits haunt it today. Over the years, several disturbing events have taken place along Jack Cole Road, including an ax murder.
2. Sloss Furnaces - Birmingham
Sloss Furnaces, an abandoned steel factory, is one of Alabama's most haunted places. According to legend, James "Slag" Wormwood, a former furnace foreman, haunts Sloss Furnaces. It's believed his crew killed him because he was such a horrible boss. Address: 20 32nd Street North, Birmingham, AL, 35222
3. Redmont Hotel - Birmingham
The Redmont Hotel, which opened in 1925, is Alabama's oldest operating hotel. Many guests have reported seeing the ghost of Hank Williams in the room he stayed in before his death. Flickering lights have also been reported. Address: 2101 5th Avenue North, Birmingham, AL, 35203
4. Lucas Tavern - Montgomery
Lucas Tavern, which was built circa 1818, is a famous structure at Old Alabama Town. It's also the oldest standing building in Montgomery County. Supposedly, the ghost of Eliza Lucas, Lucas Tavern's owner and hostess, has been spotted waving to visitors from the doorway. Address: 301 Columbus Street, Montgomery, AL, 36104
5. USS Alabama BB-60 - Mobile
The USS Alabama BB-60, which was launched in 1942, served in World War II and is currently operated as a museum. Several visitors have reported hearing footsteps coming towards them and have spotted apparitions onboard. Many people believe these apparitions belong to the service men who died while aboard the ship. Address: 2703 Battleship Parkway, Mobile, AL, 36603
6. Gaines Ridge Dinner Club - Camden
Gaines Ridge Dinner Club, which is located inside an 1820s antebellum home, is one of Alabama's most haunted restaurants. There have been reports of a woman floating past windows, in addition to the constant cries of a baby. Address: 933 Highway 10 East, Camden, AL, 36726
7. Historic Drish House - Tuscaloosa
The Historic Drish House was built in 1837 and is one of Alabama's most haunted houses. There have been several reports of a fire in the third-story tower. However, there's been no evidence of a fire. Because of this, many people believe the ghost of Sarah Drish, a former owner, is responsible for the flames (lit candles). Address: 2300 17th Street, Tuscaloosa, AL, 35401
Have you been to any of these haunted places? If so, please share your experience(s) with us in the comments below.
For another possible terrifying experience, you’ll want to book an overnight stay at The Tutwiler, which is one of Alabama’s most haunted hotels. For information, click
Jack Cole Road Video Credit (Jonathan Odom):