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A pyromaniac ghost? That might be a first. Rumored to be haunted by an old man ghost with a fondness for flammables as well as a young boy who is often heard laughing.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1120 Rayburn Ave
Guntersville, AL 35976
United States

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GPS:
34.3508082, -86.30225580000001
County:
Marshall County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Guntersville, AL (0.7 mi.)
Albertville, AL (7.8 mi.)
Union Grove, AL (9.1 mi.)
Arab, AL (11.3 mi.)
Douglas, AL (12.3 mi.)
Grant, AL (12.6 mi.)
Boaz, AL (13.0 mi.)
New Hope, AL (13.9 mi.)
Sardis City, AL (15.9 mi.)
Snead, AL (16.8 mi.)

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  1. I worked here painting the stage and props for a performance. I was alone there a lot. The other workers would leave for lunch and tell my friend and I that they would lock us in in case someone came to steal he equipment. We heard constant noises that we put off as just he creaking of an old building. Then we heard footsteps from across the stage. My friend stayed stage left while I went to check to see who it was. Nobody was there, but the door to backstage was open and I knew it had been closed. I called out with no response and asked my friend to come over. She did and while we were standing in silence, we heard the door on the other side of the stage open and footsteps sound like someone was walking out from behind the side curtains. Of course nobody was there and the people who locked us in didn’t show up for another hour. Aside from that I had paintbrushes that would move around all the time. Anyone who performed in a play will tell you about the little boy that likes to run up and down the side hallways.

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