Gaines Ridge Dinner Club

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Housed in an 1820’s plantation house, this quaint restaurant serves up delicious southern cuisine and a refreshing variety of ghostly tales. The most notable of these is that of the screaming lady, who has been sighted by diners and staff on many occasions since the establishment opened for business. Dressed in an old-fashioned outfit, her screams can be heard ringing out across the grounds, and visitors have seen her floating past windows, albeit on the second floor. The other spooks reported here include a crying baby, a mysterious hovering fog and a tall man dressed in black, whose presence is often accompanied by the aroma of pipe smoke. Overall, these hauntings do not detract from the old building, instead adding to its unique and historical charm.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
933 Highway 10 East
Camden, Alabama 36726
United States

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GPS:
31.990185728556902, -87.2579991817475
County:
Wilcox County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Camden, AL (1.9 mi.)
Boykin, AL (6.2 mi.)
Oak Hill, AL (11.3 mi.)
Vredenburgh, AL (11.8 mi.)
Yellow Bluff, AL (12.4 mi.)
Pine Apple, AL (17.6 mi.)
Beatrice, AL (18.0 mi.)
Catherine, AL (18.3 mi.)
Pine Hill, AL (19.4 mi.)
Orrville, AL (21.8 mi.)

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