Whatley House

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Although the house no longer exists, the ground it stands on still does and the ground itself is the source of the haunting claims. Supposedly this house was built on old slave quarters and a cemetery (very busy stretch of land) and this made for some uneasy living.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Near Whatley Cemetery Drive
Moundville, AL
United States

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GPS:
32.91993745872646, -87.63975906345877
County:
Hale County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Moundville, AL (5.4 mi.)
Akron, AL (6.7 mi.)
Greensboro, AL (15.1 mi.)
Eutaw, AL (15.4 mi.)
Union, AL (16.6 mi.)
Tuscaloosa, AL (20.4 mi.)
Northport, AL (21.7 mi.)
Riverview, AL (21.7 mi.)
Grimes, AL (22.4 mi.)
Coker, AL (22.7 mi.)

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  1. Joseph Johnson  |  

    The place is still there and not live able. I grew up hearing about this and still know the man who still has it. The house is not livable.

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