The White Lady of Wagarville

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Yet another ‘urban legend’ type cautionary tale of a poor unfortunate woman who was raped and killed (though there appears to be no corroborating evidence to that effect) and therefore doomed to walk the earth and expressing her rage by shaking people’s cars. It seems every state has one, and this is Alabama’s.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Wagarville, AL
United States

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GPS:
31.44110733897902, -88.03067189437564
County:
Washington County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Leroy, AL (5.2 mi.)
Saint Stephens, AL (7.0 mi.)
Jackson, AL (9.3 mi.)
Rockville, AL (11.2 mi.)
McIntosh, AL (12.1 mi.)
Carlton, AL (12.8 mi.)
Chatom, AL (13.3 mi.)
Tibbie, AL (14.0 mi.)
Sims Chapel, AL (16.8 mi.)
Malcolm, AL (17.3 mi.)

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  1. Me and a couple of my friends drove to Wagarville and tried to film her. We filmed all night and we didn’t get anything. Maybe next time.

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