Albertville Public Library

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An elevator that runs by itself. Water faucets that turn on and off. Are the former owners of this home-turned-library angry at the intrusion into their afterlives or just trying to say hello?

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200 Jackson Street
Albertville, AL 35950
United States

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34.26446990000001, -86.20295699999997
Marshall County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Albertville, AL (0.4 mi.)
Boaz, AL (4.9 mi.)
Sardis City, AL (7.7 mi.)
Guntersville, AL (8.3 mi.)
Mountainboro, AL (9.1 mi.)
Douglas, AL (9.3 mi.)
Whitesboro, AL (10.3 mi.)
Crossville, AL (12.0 mi.)
Geraldine, AL (13.0 mi.)
Egypt, AL (13.5 mi.)


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  1. I have been in that Library over 5 times, and the only thing that really creeps me out is the elevator. I rode it once and by day then I took the steps, everyone needs some excersize.

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