Old Depot Museum

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Formerly the city train station and an ammunitions depot, the spook haunting this museum seems to be fond of the elevator, as it has been known to move from floor to floor of its own accord.

Submitted by Callum Swift

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4 Martin Luther King Street
Selma, AL
United States

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32.4087378, -87.01379179999998
Dallas County, Alabama
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Selma, AL (0.4 mi.)
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Autaugaville, AL (21.0 mi.)
Marion, AL (23.6 mi.)
Billingsley, AL (24.4 mi.)
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  1. me and my friends went here and we heard nothing at all we thought this place was haunted until like 1 hour later as we settled in we heard the elevator like move up we thought it was like the wind but how can the wind do that me and my friends left after that happened because it was scary

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