The Alabama’s Most Haunted crew heads to Marion, Al. To investigate the infamous Kenworthy Hall. The following is a preview of that documentary. I do not own all of the music used in this video.
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So we kicked off 2019 by doing a house cleansing for a couple in the mountains of Alabama !!Roll Tide!! Once we began Blessing the home a “Cookie Monster” doll started to say some strange things we couldn’t make out and it kinda sounded like another language at one time. The “Cookie Monster” began to talk constantly and loudly at us saying Creepy Cookie Monster type things like “I will eat you” wait is that a Cookie Monster saying??
Female Entity: I encountered a female spirit that said to me “Its the house!! Burn Down!! Burn it Down!! Fix it Up!!” And at that moment I had a vision of fire in the home and I saw it burning which told me that either the house had electrical issues or at one time had been on fire before “which is later confirmed 10mins into the video by the home owners”
Male Entity: I saw a man in the hallway of the home smiling right before the Cookie Monster doll goes wild, I picked up on his name being “J or starting with a J, Johnathan, John, Something with a J”. His presence was very dominant and make the home so hot I requested the door be opened so I could breathe. “10min into the video the owners confirmed Johnathan “J” that I encountered not only died in the home but was the previous owner of the property”.
Cahaba, also spelled Cahawba, was the first permanent state capital of Alabama from 1820 to 1825, and the county seat of Dallas County, Alabama until 1866. Located at the confluence of the Alabama and Cahaba rivers, it suffered regular seasonal flooding.
The former settlement became defunct. It is now a ghost town and is preserved as a state historic site.
The town, and later its abandoned site, was the setting for many ghost stories during the 19th and 20th centuries. A widely known one tells of a ghostly orb in a now-vanished garden maze at the home of C. C. Pegues.
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We wanted to try making a whole YouTube video inside the abandoned haunted mental asylum in our town. I’ve literally never been left so confused and disturbed in my life.. Please do not try this guys.
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Real Haunted Houses: Sturdivant Hall, Selma, Alabama
Built in 1856 in the Greek Revival style, this beautiful antebellum mansion was bought in 1864 by John McGee Parkman. In the years after the Civil War, Parkman was arrested and imprisoned for cotton speculation. While in prison, Parkman attempted to escape but was shot and killed in the process. When his wife was forced to sell their house a few years after his death, his ghost began to appear regularly throughout the house and grounds, where it is still seen to this day. People often report hearing windows and doors being opened and shut when no one else is in the house, as well as doors that close behind people and lock on their own. The apparitions of two little girls are also frequently seen, though their identities remain unknown.
Sloss Furnace Spirit Box Haunted Birmingham, Alabama, History Real Ghost Hunting Adventure With Alex
I stopped by Sloss Furnace the other day since it’s close to my apartment. Had an interesting spirit box session in the Gear room! Check it out, and let me know what you think! Looking into a night investigation here soon.
This is Winter Place, a historic complex of two conjoined houses and three outbuildings in Montgomery, Alabama and home of the Joseph S. Winter family whom made ammunition for the south during the Civil War and were presumably slave owners. Enjoy.
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My video of Arx Mortis Haunted House in Killen, Alabama (including potty breaks along the way in terrifying bathrooms *shiver*). This was such an amazing experience! I never imagined the owner would give me so much room to do my thing! Thank you, Vinny!. I know this is a long video but I wanted to get as much footage as possible. If you’re in Alabama and can make the drive I highly recommend Arx Mortis. Check it out!
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