Bayou La Batre Jail

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When I first read “Bayou La Batre” in relation to ghosts, I had an overwhelming urge to yell “Run, Forrest! Run!” I refrained. In any event people claim that you can see the ghost of a man leaving a specific cell, and a toilet flushing *even though no one is ever put in that cell*. Really? Why not? I mean why have a cell if you aren’t going to use it? In any event I don’t recommend getting yourself arrested to check out this haunted hot spot.

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8725 Delcambre St
Bayou La Batre, AL 36509
United States

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30.394483196568846, -88.24720484788514
Mobile County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Bayou La Batre, AL (0.6 mi.)
Grand Bay, AL (8.0 mi.)
Bellefontaine, AL (11.0 mi.)
Theodore, AL (11.4 mi.)
Dauphin Island, AL (12.6 mi.)
Tillmans Corner, AL (14.3 mi.)
Helena, MS (16.3 mi.)
Moss Point, MS (17.2 mi.)
Escatawpa, MS (17.9 mi.)
Pascagoula, MS (18.5 mi.)


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