Dwight Mill Village

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Dwight Mill Village is a housing development built by the Dwight Manufacturing Company to house workers for its cotton mill. An historical marker with a bronze bell mounted atop it is located at the intersection of Marston Avenue and Coolidge Circle.

Numerous houses in this historical district have been reported to be haunted. The ghost of an old lady has been seen in several residences.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Coolidge Circle
Gadsden, AL
United States

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34.0245328, -86.04540299999996
Etowah County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Gadsden, AL (2.3 mi.)
Attalla, AL (2.5 mi.)
Reece City, AL (3.4 mi.)
Ridgeville, AL (3.9 mi.)
Lester, AL (4.7 mi.)
Rainbow City, AL (4.8 mi.)
Ivalee, AL (5.8 mi.)
Edwardsville, AL (6.9 mi.)
Southside, AL (7.0 mi.)
Egypt, AL (7.2 mi.)


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  1. Hello. My fiance and I recently moved into the dwight mill houses. One particular has been standing for over 100 years. We have experienced paranormal since right before moving in. There are occurances where my friends/family will come over and hear shuffling, walking, thuds and sometimes doors will open or shut though the latch holds the doors nice and tight. (No air draft in the attic/loft area.) We are acquiring to try and find the history to this particular house since it was a part of the mill.

    Please contact me at meganeagerton@gmail.com.

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