Kent Robertson Park

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The ghost of a boy who died there is said to haunt the park.

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7620 Logan Dr SW
Huntsville, AL 35802
United States

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34.6567353, -86.5797794
Madison County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Redstone Arsenal, AL (4.3 mi.)
Huntsville, AL (5.1 mi.)
Owens Cross Roads, AL (8.3 mi.)
Triana, AL (10.0 mi.)
Madison, AL (10.0 mi.)
Gurley, AL (12.0 mi.)
New Hope, AL (13.4 mi.)
Moores Mill, AL (13.4 mi.)
Meridianville, AL (13.5 mi.)
Paint Rock, AL (14.3 mi.)


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  1. You might want to check your facts. Kent was a childhood friend of mine that died after a swim meet at Byrd Spring. He was near his home when he brain issue and died, hitting his head on the sidewalk. He wasn’t anywhere near the park when he died.

    • Billy, I don’t believe they necessarily meant your friend Kent was haunting the park but rather another boy that actually died at the park.

  2. Stephenie holtkamp  |  

    THIs absurd entry about Kent Robertson is an affront to his family and friends . KEnt did not die anywhere near the ballpark. IT would be a kindness to his parents and sister to remove this “ article .”

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