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Bear Creek Swamp - Autaugaville AL Real Haunt

  • Autaugaville, AL
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Many legends and rumors circulate around Bear Creek Swamp, including a variety of ghost stories. Phantom cars are said to speed down the adjacent road and vanish into the darkness late at night, floating orbs of light have been spotted, and some have reported seeing an apparition roughly four feet tall popping out in front of their cars. There have also been sightings of the ghosts of Creek Indians, Civil War soldiers, and early white settlers, as well as a woman looking for her lost child who will attack anyone that say "we have your baby" three times.

In November 2014 the Autauga County Sheriff's Office recovered 21 dolls from a "graveyard" that had been set up in the swamp near County Road 3. The dolls were attached to bamboo stakes floating in the swamp, and appeared to have had their hair painted white to add to their creepy appearance. It is generally assumed that they were placed there as a Halloween prank, but some locals found the sight unsettling nonetheless.

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