Belle Mont - Tuscumbia AL Real Haunts
- Cook Lane
- Tuscumbia, AL
Built between 1828 and 1832 in the Jeffersonian style, Belle Mont was originally the home of Dr. Alexander Mitchell, who quickly sold the building to one Isaac Winston in 1833. It remained in the Winston family for over a century, and is currently used as a historic house museum open for tours by appointment. Some visitors say that the building is haunted, having seen ghosts of former owners or of the slaves that lived and died on the plantation.
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Tuscumbia is haunted
For some reason a lot of places in Tuscumbia AL are haunted. This is not a good thing. I have heard quiet voices in the night. And have seen shadows and once a figure of a person. The other residents seem to tolerate it OK, but I hate it. No haunted tours for me. If you have lived in a haunted house you will not find this fun. You feel things passing by you. Doors open and close. Small items like dimes and nails are moved. Things seem to be at their worst after midnight, until early dawn. At first you think this is all in your imagination. Then you maybe talk to family members and realize everyone feels the same way. The voices in the night are the hardest to explain away. It is best to play gospel or Christian radio in your house 24/7 to make them move on.
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