Armstrong Road - Railway Tracks

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Reported to be haunted by the ghost of a woman who committed suicide by train after her husband died in an accident on the tracks.

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Armstrong Road
Columbus, MS
United States

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33.47947718675301, -88.3452216983278
Lowndes County, Mississippi
Nearest Towns:
New Hope, MS (1.3 mi.)
Columbus, MS (4.9 mi.)
Ethelsville, AL (8.6 mi.)
Macedonia, AL (8.9 mi.)
Columbus Air Force Base, MS (12.7 mi.)
Caledonia, MS (14.1 mi.)
Millport, AL (16.3 mi.)
Artesia, MS (17.8 mi.)
Pickensville, AL (18.0 mi.)
Hamilton, MS (18.4 mi.)


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  1. The “Ghost” is actually cars crossing the railroad tracks a mile down on another road. You can look down the tracks and see the car headlights going across.

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