Haunted Plantations

Bulloch Hall - Roswell

Bulloch Hall – Roswell

Bulloch Hall is the childhood home of Teddy Roosevelt’s mother Mittie Bulloch—as well as a few restless spirits. Located in ...
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Cedarhurst Plantation - Huntsville

Cedarhurst Plantation – Huntsville

Stephen Saunders Ewing moved to the Huntsville, Alabama, area in 1810 when he was only twenty-one years old. He purchased ...
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Drish Plantation -  Tuscaloosa

Drish Plantation – Tuscaloosa

Dr. Jonathan R. Drish moved to the Tuscaloosa, Alabama, area from Louden County, Virginia, in 1822. Within a few years, ...
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Edgewood Plantation - Charlescity

Edgewood Plantation – Charlescity

Edgewood Plantation You have to feel sorry for this poor ghost: legend has it, Lizzie Rowland died of a broken ...
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Forks of Cypress - Florence

Forks of Cypress – Florence

James Jackson, an immigrant from Ballybay, Ireland, moved to Florence, Alabama, in the spring of 1818. Two years later, Jackson ...
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Gaineswood Plantation - Demopolis

Gaineswood Plantation – Demopolis

Gaineswood Plantation This historic house is considered one of the most haunted places in Alabama. People often hear all kinds ...
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Magnolia Plantation - Derry

Magnolia Plantation – Derry

Magnolia Plantation With a room known as “The Dying Room”, how could this place not be haunted? Allegedly, slaves placed ...
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Myrtles Plantation

Myrtles Plantation

Myrtles Plantation Eighteenth-century plantation known as “One of America’s Most Haunted Homes.” The Myrtles Plantation, located near St. Francisville, Louisiana, ...
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Oak Alley Plantation - Vacherie

Oak Alley Plantation – Vacherie

Oak Alley Plantation This plantation has a whole list of suspected paranormal happenings, ranging from chairs furiously rocking in unison ...
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Waverly Plantation

Waverly Plantation

Waverly Plantation While the building was undergoing restorations to fix years of neglect, the owner almost constantly saw a small ...
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Woodlawn Plantation

Woodlawn Plantation

Woodlawn Plantation Stately 19th-century home of the foster daughter and nephew of George Washington, haunted by several ghosts. Most of ...
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