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The spirit who lives here is reported to appear as a shadow in the corner of your eye. Other strange things happen here too: Doors open and lights turn on by themselves, footsteps and knocking soundes are heard, and balls of light have been seen. Also, plants are knocked down and jars explode. After doing some research, the family who lives here discovered that a young man who used to live here was killed in a car accident. His body was laid in state in the dining room for three days. The anniversary of his death was exactly 50 years before the family took residence in the home.

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Geographic Information

607 Selma Avenue
Selma, AL
United States

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32.4071, -87.02609999999999
Dallas County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Selma, AL (0.3 mi.)
Selmont-West Selmont, AL (2.3 mi.)
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Orrville, AL (14.6 mi.)
White Hall, AL (19.1 mi.)
Autaugaville, AL (21.7 mi.)
Marion, AL (23.1 mi.)
Billingsley, AL (25.0 mi.)
Gordonville, AL (25.3 mi.)


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