Belle Mont Mansion

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A former slave plantation, it is believed to be haunted by slaves that lived and died here and also possibly by the ghosts of its former owners.

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    Geographic Information

    Cook Lane
    Tuscumbia, AL 35674
    United States
    34.6619197, -87.6651263
    Colbert County, Alabama
    Nearest Towns:
    Littleville, AL (5.0 mi.)
    Tuscumbia, AL (5.2 mi.)
    Muscle Shoals, AL (5.7 mi.)
    Sheffield, AL (7.4 mi.)
    Leighton, AL (8.2 mi.)
    Florence, AL (9.6 mi.)
    East Florence, AL (10.2 mi.)
    Russellville, AL (11.2 mi.)
    Town Creek, AL (14.8 mi.)
    St. Florian, AL (14.8 mi.)


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    1. My wife, son (age 5) and I were heading from Muscle Shoals to our home in Littleville after a night of shopping and eating. Being new to the area, none of us knew of the Belmont Mansion or its location. Heading south about to pass by the Belmont sign, and not having said a word in at least 15 Min, my son asks a question pointing precisely in the direction of the house, not visible in the daytime, let alone at pitch black night, “Daddy, who is that man?” to which I reply, “What man? ” He says, “the man that lives in that house.” still pointing. I asked, “Do you see him now?” in a jested way as I awkwardly half-smile to my wife. Her eyes, big as saucers, alarm me. My son says, ” Yes, he’s walking to the house.” Having passed the sign and turn to the house, I realized there is no way he could have known of the house based on his not being able to read and having no pre-exposure to the house’s existence. I got chills then tried to write it off. 10 years later, I relayed the story for the first time to him the day my wife and I decided to visit the place and asked him if he “would like to go see the man he saw that night.” he respectfully declined. My wife and I went to the mansion and learned of its peculiarities from the informative guide person.

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