Grace Hall

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Grace Hall is an 1859 private home and the residence of at least five ghosts. One, the ghost of “Miz Eliza,” is a 19th-century lady of the house who in life had four daughters. She is most often seen by children and younger women. She wears a white gown and has a little black ghost dog with her. Another ghost believed to haunt these premises is old Mr. Satterfield, an attorney who was a boarder here for 25 years.

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506 Lauderdale Street
Selma, AL
United States

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32.4126, -87.02359999999999
Dallas County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Selma, AL (0.4 mi.)
Selmont-West Selmont, AL (2.5 mi.)
Valley Grande, AL (7.0 mi.)
Benton, AL (14.1 mi.)
Orrville, AL (14.9 mi.)
White Hall, AL (19.1 mi.)
Autaugaville, AL (21.6 mi.)
Marion, AL (23.0 mi.)
Billingsley, AL (24.7 mi.)
Gordonville, AL (25.5 mi.)

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