Lake Tholocco

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On the darkest nights, figures and sounds can be seen and heard in the woods. This is a spot where Confederate armies used to camp during the Civil War.

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Lake Tholocco
Fort Rucker, Alabama
United States
31.4014396, -85.71665819999998
Dale County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Fort Rucker, AL (4.1 mi.)
Ozark, AL (6.0 mi.)
Daleville, AL (6.3 mi.)
Level Plains, AL (7.9 mi.)
Newton, AL (8.0 mi.)
Enterprise, AL (10.1 mi.)
Clayhatchee, AL (11.5 mi.)
Pinckard, AL (11.5 mi.)
New Brockton, AL (12.6 mi.)
Ariton, AL (13.7 mi.)


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  1. This place might actually be haunted, I never knew about this until now but I did know something about the lake didn’t quite sit right with me. I went out fishing with my dad a while back early one morning and it was all too still. No birds, no dogs, no sound really except our bobbers hitting the water. Now I haven’t heard anything or seen anything but I think I’m gunna head back out one night and see if I do. I almost believe it.

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