Old Daphne Masonic Hall

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The 1920’s masonic building is haunted by a ghostly soldier who perished during combat in the woods adjacent to the hall. His body was never found, and it has been speculated that his spirit is responsible for a pair of strange lights seen roaming the nearby forest and the road in front of the establishment. People using the building for various purposes over the years have reported strange activity, including faucets turning on and off of their own accord, running footsteps and cold spots during the summer.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

2601 Old Spanish Trail
Daphne, AL
United States

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30.616916, -87.9028849
Baldwin County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Daphne, AL (0.9 mi.)
Spanish Fort, AL (4.1 mi.)
Fairhope, AL (6.5 mi.)
Loxley, AL (8.9 mi.)
Mobile, AL (9.9 mi.)
Point Clear, AL (9.9 mi.)
Silverhill, AL (10.3 mi.)
Robertsdale, AL (12.2 mi.)
Prichard, AL (13.4 mi.)
Chickasaw, AL (14.4 mi.)


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