Kali Oka Plantation / Oak Grove Plantation - Real Saraland Haunted Place
A third version of the story alleges that the man was actually kept as the woman's bodyguard and still remains behind to protect her. There are also some tellings of the story in which the woman gave birth to a child who was quickly drowned in the river. According to these stories the bridge on Kali Oka Road is still haunted by the child, and its screams and cries can be heard to this day, making it one of several supposed "Cry Baby Bridges" in Alabama.
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As a teenager this was always my favorite place to take "out of towners" and non belivers,lol. On one such trip, I drive just beyond Cry Baby bridge and stop my car. Upon exiting , only the sound of crickets ....then silence. Wales of a baby began and grew louder.....needless to say,we loaded the car in record time.Posted 11/23/17
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I lived about 10 minutes away....
I've been to this house. When it was vacant and abandoned. I did not see anything but yes I felt things, like ice cold air all around my body in the heat of summer. You can literally feel the energy in the land itself. Strange noises within the house as well. There was also a low budget film shot there not long after this called "Dead Birds". The actors said they heard footsteps following them in the evening. They refused to stay on set longer than they had to because of the paranormal activity.Posted 8/21/17
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Must read !
I was with my brother in law while we were driving across the bridge and he decides it would be funny to leave me ! He puts me out and leaves . A few minutes later I started to hear foot prints ! I freaked out and decided to start towards wear he had drove ! Then a car came but passed I was scared ! When all of a sudden there was a woman facing me about 10 feet away I was terrified !Posted 5/21/16
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