JW Whatley House - Real Moundville Haunted Place
- State Route 69
- Moundville, AL
Also known as Woodland, it is said that the JW Whatley House was built on an old slave quarters, as well as on top of a cemetery. Visitors have reported hearing strange noises and seeing objects move on their own. Recent reports indicate that house may no longer stand, but the ghosts are still active nonetheless.
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My husband's grandmother and grandfather were caretakers of the Whatley House in the late 50s and early 60s...my husband remembers staying with them as a small child, and him and his brother playing on the stairs! Posted 4/26/20
I went to school with you and would love to visit the old house and have an experience. Posted 12/7/19
My grandparents lived in this house. I remember the playing in the front yard and I would really Love to see the inside again. I remember that at the top of the stairs the floor was always hot.Posted 8/3/18
I grew up there, my father still lives there. So unless I’m a ghost as well, it’s not gone. The family from the 1800s are still there as well. We have our incounters but most are reserved for guest! Ours are usually the fam not liking placement of objects such as paintings and other fam articles, etc the China cabinet. Posted 3/4/18
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