Coat's Bend Plantation House

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This historic mansion is haunted by a former slave at the plantation house. Residents claim to have seen her standing in the courtyard of the mansion, staring up at them. A male resident was apparently attacked by a flying ghostly light that materialised in the private cemetery adjacent to the building. He can’t have been too happy.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

1590 Coat's Bend Circle
Gadsden, AL
United States

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34.04658735532677, -85.86044436689917
Etowah County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Ballplay, AL (3.1 mi.)
Hokes Bluff, AL (3.4 mi.)
Edwardsville, AL (3.8 mi.)
Anderson, AL (3.9 mi.)
Glencoe, AL (7.4 mi.)
Gadsden, AL (8.7 mi.)
Reece City, AL (10.1 mi.)
Leesburg, AL (10.8 mi.)
Rainbow City, AL (12.2 mi.)
Southside, AL (12.5 mi.)


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