Hay Hall

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Yet another one of those vague claims without any substantiation the “haunting of Hay Hall” usually goes something like this: One of the rooms is supposedly haunted by a girl who used to live there…. Really? Did she die there? Why’s she there? Did she just love college life so much that 30 years after the fact when she died randomly she decided to haunt her old college dorm? We don’t know, because no one ever says. In any case, ghostly happenings, footsteps, strange noises (in a college dorm, you’re kidding me!). Etc.

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Geographic Information

3601 Stillman Boulevard
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
United States

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33.2008895, -87.58289889999998
Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Tuscaloosa, AL (1.0 mi.)
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Grimes, AL (11.3 mi.)
Coaling, AL (14.3 mi.)
Moundville, AL (14.3 mi.)
Brookwood, AL (15.6 mi.)
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