Gallant Children's Cemetery - Real Haunt in Gallant AL
- Rock Bridge Road
- Gallant, AL
Details are sparse on the haunting at Gallant Children's Cemetery, but as you likely inferred from the name the graveyard is said to be haunted by the spirits of children. The ghosts are said to be friendly and generally appear to be in a cheerful mood, coming out to play with each other late at night.
Evil Lurks Among the Little One's
Myself, and avid ghost hunters went to this location and some interesting things happened on our visit. One had her hair pulled. Another experienced sickness. Sounds, like laughter, could be heard and my daughter fell, stating she had been push. I was drawn to the huge oak tree in the middle of the cemetery and I took several pictures. After coming home and uploading them to my computer I saw several faces of a child peering out from the tree limbs. The most hair raising of all was the evil, wolf looking head with bright red eyes was in the top of the tree looking down at them. Not to mention the numerous orbs we captured and several in-motion. Very haunted place.Posted 10/2/21
Lots of dead children
Take your kids here. The little ones still like to play. Bring a ball with you.Posted 10/6/18
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