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Dare to Explore Alabama's Most Haunted Outdoor Locations

There's something truly eerie about the woods at night. Illuminated only by the moon and the stars, and inhabited by wild creatures, ghosts, and spirits, what might be considered a relaxing walk through the woods during the day turns into a heart-pounding adventure once the sun sets. ##Region##'s Woods have been home to countless legends for ages - from folktales warning of evil spirits lurking behind the dark outlines of trees, to tales of innocent camping trips gone awry, the woods of ##Region## are well known to be home to spirits that are not of this world. Find out where ##Region##'s Most Haunted Woods are, and explore the eerie side of nature - if you dare.
 
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  •   Nancy Mountain Haines Island, AL
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    "Nancy Mountain," located on Haines Island, is said to be haunted by the spirit of a Civil War-era woman. Legend has it that Nancy and her husband lived on this mountain at the time of the Civil War and that their son enlisted in the army when it began. After some time word reached Nancy that her son had been killed, but no body was ever found so she walked the trails of the mountain... Read More

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  •   Flatwoods Steele, AL
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    A stretch of the Flatwoods forest in Steele is said to have been used as a settlement for freed slaves after the Civil War. Before long the KKK attacked and burned down the small village, killing many of the residents and chasing off the others. Those who died there are said to still haunt the land, appearing as strange lights after dusk. Some visitors have also reported smelling... Read More

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  •   Dump Road Jacksonville, AL
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    Dump Road, a colloquial name given to a section of Old Chief Ladiga Trail for its past problems with litter, has been host to several ghostly happenings. The most common report is of people in old-fashioned clothing walking along the road, but there have also been claims of horrible screams ringing out along the path. An old slave's quarter is alleged to have stood on the road, and some... Read More

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  • Burgundy Drive Adamsville, AL
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    Burgundy Drive, which bisects the communities of Shady Grove and Indian Meadows, appears to be the epicenter for haunted activity in both communities. The road is built on what was once a Cherokee burial ground, and a variety of paranormal happenings are said to occur in the area. Residents have reported ghostly figures that run by their houses at night, and hearing phantom voices... Read More

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  •   William B. Bankhead National Forest Double Springs, AL
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    William B. Bankhead National Forest is one of four national forests in Alabama, spanning over 181,000 acres. During the Civil War, a woman named Jenny who lived in the area lost her husband and eldest son when the Home Guard murdered them. Supposedly they were killed because they fed war deserters, or because the son refused to join the war effort, but in either case Jenny and her... Read More

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