Birmingham Racecourse

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The racecourse was built over the top of an ancient American Indian burial ground. Staff working late hours have reported seeing shadowy figures standing out on the racecourse. Maniacal laughter and voices have been heard in the stables, and phantom hoof beats and winning has been heard on various parts of the racecourse.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
1000 John Rogers Dr
Irondale, AL 35210
United States

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GPS:
33.577652436108195, -86.66126704207272
County:
Jefferson County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Irondale, AL (3.8 mi.)
Trussville, AL (4.2 mi.)
Center Point, AL (4.9 mi.)
Grayson Valley, AL (5.0 mi.)
Chalkville, AL (5.3 mi.)
Tarrant, AL (6.4 mi.)
Leeds, AL (7.0 mi.)
Mountain Brook, AL (7.5 mi.)
Pinson, AL (7.8 mi.)
Fultondale, AL (7.9 mi.)

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  1. Funny thing is…this is a vehicle racecourse, not a horse racecourse. There are not stables…Not sure how the nonexistent stables could be haunted…

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