Moundville Archaeological Park

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At these historic Native American mounds, reports say, ghostly drums may be heard at night and lights may be seen coming from one of the larger mounds that looks like a pyramid.

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    Geographic Information

    13075 Moundville Archaeological Park
    Moundville, AL
    United States

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    33.0030983, -87.6271051
    Hale County, Alabama
    Nearest Towns:
    Moundville, AL (0.4 mi.)
    Akron, AL (11.0 mi.)
    Tuscaloosa, AL (14.7 mi.)
    Northport, AL (15.9 mi.)
    Riverview, AL (16.0 mi.)
    Union, AL (16.7 mi.)
    Coker, AL (17.1 mi.)
    Grimes, AL (17.8 mi.)
    Holt, AL (18.0 mi.)
    Eutaw, AL (18.8 mi.)


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    1. Scott Stafford  |  

      You can feel a residual energy on the path between the tallest (Ceremonial Mound) and the central (Plaza Mound). This path is actually visible in the photo previously posted.

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