Highway 5 Ghost

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The ghost of a woman who died after being hit by a truck is said to haunt this stretch of road.

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Geographic Information

Highway 5
Lynn, AL
United States
34.05234407946824, -87.54789632852783
Winston County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Lynn, AL (0.4 mi.)
Natural Bridge, AL (4.2 mi.)
Nauvoo, AL (5.5 mi.)
Eldridge, AL (9.8 mi.)
Kansas, AL (10.4 mi.)
Double Springs, AL (10.6 mi.)
Carbon Hill, AL (11.2 mi.)
Brilliant, AL (12.2 mi.)
Haleyville, AL (12.7 mi.)
Littleville, AL (13.8 mi.)


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  1. My daddy drives a truck so I know the story. Supposedly a lady got into an arguement with her husband at the dragstrip on a foggy night and left for home by herself. When she got near the road a coal truckdriver hit and killed her. They say that she haunted that stretch of highway stepping up on the side of trucks and peering in the window of the cab looking for the man that hit her. Years later the driver that hit her confessed and she stopped looking for him.

  2. I found this website trying to do research to see what actually happened on Highway 5 in Alabama. I have never been one to believe in ghost but I have experienced this particular one. before I experienced this I had never heard of this ghost story.after my experience I talked to another trucker that was familiar with that area and he told me all about it

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