Bass Cemetery - Birmingham AL Real Haunted Place
- Bass Cemetery Road
- Birmingham, AL
Bass Cemetery is believed to be between 150 and 200 years old, with the first known grave in yard belonging to Burwell Bass, a Revolutionary War soldier who died in 1831. It is also the final resting place of Montezuma Goodwin, a farmer who was shot and killed by his brother-in-law in 1904, as well as Civil War soldiers and slaves from the area. No one seems to know exactly who is haunting Bass Cemetery, but visitors say they have heard screams and felt an inexplicable uneasiness while on its grounds. Some investigators have taken photos which showed floating orbs and mists.
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Probably over ten years ago, went there on the. Week of Halloween with my girlfriend, best friend, and sister. We walked around a while and looked at the tombstones. They started playing with a oaeji board on the trunk of my sisters car. They were just having innocent fun. I was leaning up against the car just staring at the tree line. I was facing the moonlight. In the woods, I saw the tall man. He walked just from one tree to another. His stride was about six or eight feet. I made everyone get in the car immediately and didn’t tell them until we were half way home. I’ve never been back. If you have seen him, my email is email@example.com Would like to know I’m not alone. Posted 11/11/18
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