Haunted Places in Stewart County, Georgia

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    Kendall Manor Inn

    Eufaula, Alabama

    22.5 miles from Stewart County, GA

    This 1872 inn was said to be haunted by Annie, a dedicated nursemaid who took care of a former owner's children, and stayed on even after her death. Also believed to reside here are the ghosts of a Victorian lady and little girl who hang out in the downstairs area ...

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    Plains Historic Inn and Antique Mall

    Plains, Georgia

    26.1 miles from Stewart County, GA

    This quiet southern town was the birthplace of Jimmy Carter, and also boasts a supposedly haunted inn. The historic hotel formerly featured a funeral parlour on premises, but now houses delightful guest accommodation and a quaint antiques store with a variety of interesting displays, including local memorabilia. Apparently a ...

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    Springer Opera House

    Columbus, Georgia

    28.2 miles from Stewart County, GA

    Springer Opera House's stage has seen the likes of Oscar Wilde, Lillie Langtrey, John Philip Sousa, Ethel Barrymore, Will Rogers, William Jennings Bryan and Franklin D. Roosevelt. But that's not all. Edwin Booth, brother of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth, is rumored to haunt the place. Other ghosts are thought ...

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    Windsor Hotel

    Americus, Georgia

    35.2 miles from Stewart County, GA

    This 1892 hotel once boasted 100 rooms and a 3-story atrium, but it closed in the 1970s. It has since reopened and now has 53 guest rooms. It was once the site of a 1928 speech given by Franklin D. Roosevelt, prior to his becoming governor of New York. The ...

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    Holt Cemetery

    Auburn, Alabama

    44.6 miles from Stewart County, GA

    It is said that photos taken here have turned up strange things after being developed, and those who leave tape recorders here will pick up the sound of someone singing.

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    Spring Villa

    Opelika, Alabama

    44.8 miles from Stewart County, GA

    Allegedly haunted by a former master of the house and slave owner who was killed by one of his slaves. Although this origin story is unlikely since the purported master died after slavery was abolished and also apparently of natural causes, many people are convinced the house is haunted, ...

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    Double Hill Road

    Opelika, Alabama

    49.6 miles from Stewart County, GA

    Reportedly haunted by a ghostly horse drawn carriage.

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    Salem-Shotwell Covered Bridge

    Opelika, Alabama

    51.2 miles from Stewart County, GA

    The original bridge was the site of a tragedy when a woman and her two children were crossing it in a car and the bridge collapsed. All three were killed. Urban legend has it that if you put candy on the bridge's edge at night, by the light of your ...

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    1880's Josephine Hotel

    Union Springs, Alabama

    51.7 miles from Stewart County, GA

    Although the historic hotel is no longer in service, it now is an art museum and a café. Ghostly voices and strange lights have been seen in the building after it has closed down for the night. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    University Chapel - Auburn University

    Auburn, Alabama

    52.4 miles from Stewart County, GA

    Originally haunted by a ghost dubbed "Sydney", the spirit of a Confederate soldier who died there. Sydney reportedly manifested in the 20's when an acting troupe took over the chapel and he began bedeviling them. Overactive theater students imaginations or evidence of an actual haunting, who knows, but reportedly ...

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    Old Train Depot

    Auburn, Alabama

    52.6 miles from Stewart County, GA

    Many ghost websites make this ludicrous claim about the Train Depot: "It is said that if you go in there, no matter where you go, you always come back to the spot where you came in. " What does that even mean? How is that evidence of a ...

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    Tuskegee National Forest

    Notasulga, Alabama

    53.8 miles from Stewart County, GA

    The area is said to be haunted and cursed by devil worshippers who first used the area in the 1990s.

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    Camp Watts - Confederate Graveyard

    Notasulga, Alabama

    59.2 miles from Stewart County, GA

    You may see the ghostly apparitions of soldiers here or in the surrounding woods. Their voices and sounds also have been heard.

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    Baker County Courthouse

    Newton, Georgia

    60.4 miles from Stewart County, GA

    Dating back to 1906, the historic courthouse no longer serves as a jail due to flooding from the nearby Flint River on several occasions. Disembodied footsteps and ghostly voices are often heard when there is no one around. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    Tuskegee Army Airfield - Sharpe Airfield

    Tuskegee, Alabama

    61.9 miles from Stewart County, GA

    There is no trespassing allowed on this site, as it is owned by a hunting club. Signs posted here reportedly say "Anyone found here at night will be found here in the morning." It is said that the sound of a phantom explosion can be heard as well as the ...

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    J. D. Holman House

    Ozark, Alabama

    63.6 miles from Stewart County, GA

    I haven't had the opportunity to investigate all the stories on this old mansion, recently bought by the City of Ozark. It was built in 1912 by the Holman Family and is probably 8,000 square feet two-story structure with full basement, located on Broad Street in Ozark. We ...

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    IICR Inc.

    Ozark, Alabama

    65.2 miles from Stewart County, GA

    Our office building is directly in front of the Claybank Church & Cemetery in Ozark, AL. Unusual and unexplained things occur frequently in our building. This has been going on for several years. A large lab book flies off shelf, splatters in floor, breaking the spine of ...

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    Bill Sketoe's Hole - Choctawhatchee Bridge

    Newton, Alabama

    68.2 miles from Stewart County, GA

    There are a couple of different accounts as to why Bill Sketoe was hanged. Some claim that he deserted his post to care for a sick wife, other's that he was assisting in local guerilla operations against the army, in any event, he ran afoul of the local confederate ...

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    Lovelady Bridge

    Camp Hill, Alabama

    69.1 miles from Stewart County, GA

    Reportedly the site of a suicide or car accident in which a pregnant woman died. Apparently you can hear her crying at night on the bridge. (Photo courtesy of Steve Osborne)

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    Lake Tholocco

    Ozark, Alabama

    69.8 miles from Stewart County, GA

    On the darkest nights, figures and sounds can be seen and heard in the woods. This is a spot where Confederate armies used to camp during the Civil War.

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    Harper Hill Cemetery

    Dadeville, Alabama

    71.4 miles from Stewart County, GA

    This former church and cemetery site is said to be haunted. Legend has it that the church's pastor went mad one day and murdered his entire family and it is their ghosts that are said to haunt the grounds.

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    The Rawls Hotel

    Enterprise, Alabama

    79.9 miles from Stewart County, GA

    The original owner, Mr. Rawls, as well as a gaggle of ghostly children are said to haunt this quaint hotel in Enterprise, AL. Numerous reports of hearing ghostly children as well as unexplained events have been reported at this hotel which dates back to 1903.

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    Sturdivant Mansion

    Jacksons' Gap, Alabama

    82.5 miles from Stewart County, GA

    Nothing but a few walls remain of Sturdivant mansion except rumors of the ghosts that resided there. The ruin in the woods is reportedly haunted, though reports as to the exact nature of the haunting differ. There is a legend that a madman once slaughtered every person inside ...

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    Pondtown Road

    Hartford, Alabama

    86.9 miles from Stewart County, GA

    Pondtown Road and Justice Mills Creek are haunted by the apparition of a German Shepard, which was run over by a car. People have claimed to seen and to have heard the frightening apparition. (Submitted by Callum Swift)