Abbie's House

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This home dates back to 1909 and is registered by the local historical society. All the locals know it as “Abbie’s House,” as it was built and lived in by Abbie Smith, who founded the United Methodist church in nearby Warrenton, AL.

Many subsequent owners of the home reported paranormal experiences… some even claim to have seen Abbie herself!

As of early 2014 the house is listed for sale.

(Submitted by Joanna H.)

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Geographic Information

Address:
744 Warrenton Rd
Guntersville, AL 35976
United States

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GPS:
34.354686, -86.36078099999997
County:
Marshall County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Guntersville, AL (3.8 mi.)
Union Grove, AL (6.0 mi.)
Arab, AL (8.1 mi.)
Albertville, AL (10.6 mi.)
Douglas, AL (12.7 mi.)
New Hope, AL (12.7 mi.)
Grant, AL (13.5 mi.)
Boaz, AL (15.4 mi.)
Baileyton, AL (15.7 mi.)
Snead, AL (16.4 mi.)

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  1. I basically live here 12 hours a day at night I am a sitter here.. I say haunted.or I’m just crazy?. I’ve heard talking, walking .. Cold chills as if someone standing over me.

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