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This is the Legend of The Ghost Bride Of Piedmont Jacksonville Rd. Legend has it that many years ago on Halloween, a young bride to be was getting ready for her wedding. When she went outside of her house she was attacked and dragged off to the other side of the road by a wolf, while the wolf was dragging the bride across, the wolf and bride were ran over by a speeding car. The driver of the car was the groom late for the wedding, when he had saw that he had killed his bride, he panicked, so he took the body of the bride and buried her in a deep hole on the other side where the wolf was going to drag her off to. When the groom got to the wedding, everyone asked where the bride was, to which he answered: “She said she did not love me anymore, and she ran off with someone else.” It was a month later when everyone found out the truth, but even though the moved the body to a proper grave, the Bride’s Spirit still resides on the side of the road, she can never leave because of the brick Wall built on the side of the road, which was said to be cursed by an old witch, this is why the bride cannot leave. So, every Halloween night, if you go to the brick wall, you can call upon the Bride by saying: “Ghost Bride ,Ghost Bride, come to me, show you yourself in front of me.” When this is said she will appear, she will be there in the dark, just staring at you, the she will approach you, and she will tell her story and say help me. After that she will vanish, not to return until next Halloween. This had happened to me last year, I had heard it from my Uncle, and when I went to the location last Halloween with my Family, she had appeared. I was scared out of my wits at first, but then I was over it and before I could ask how could I help her she vanished right before my eyes.

(Submitted by Alexander D)

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Piedmont Jacksonville Rd.
Piedmont, AL
United States

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33.892859, -85.682186
Calhoun County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Nances Creek, AL (2.8 mi.)
Piedmont, AL (4.6 mi.)
Jacksonville, AL (7.1 mi.)
Spring Garden, AL (9.2 mi.)
White Plains, AL (10.1 mi.)
Weaver, AL (12.2 mi.)
Hokes Bluff, AL (12.8 mi.)
Ballplay, AL (13.5 mi.)
Alexandria, AL (14.3 mi.)
Glencoe, AL (15.0 mi.)


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  1. My nephew and I went to this area three years ago while I was visiting him and his family. He told me about this place and we went right before it got dark. He told me we had to be very quiet in order for everything to take place. He then chanted, “Ghost Bride ,Ghost Bride, come to me, show yourself in front of me.” He said that several times and we didn’t see anything. It wasn’t until later that we came across an old black man who was walking through the wooded area. My nephew asked him if he ever heard or seen anything in regards to the Ghost Bride. He said, “I will tell you for tree-fiddy.We said, “No.”He then said,”Then how about two-fiddy?” We gave him “two-fiddy”and he then told us that one night on Halloween, he was walking through the woods and he saw The Ghost Bride. She was sitting on a stump and then she saw him. He said she approached him and started telling him her sad story and then she asked him to help her. He said he would help her for “tree-fiddy.” She said she only had “Two-fiddy” and she gave it to him. He said she then stood up and vanished. He hasn’t seen her since. I asked this old man his name, and he said “Slappy.” He then pointed and said” What’s that?” We turned around and he vanished. We asked around if other people had ever heard of Slappy and several people said that he was the groundskeeper of the cemetery nearby, but he died many years ago. They described him very accurate.We didn’t see the ghost that we wanted to see, but we did see “Slappy.” Go at night and see for yourself.

    • Sounds like the same exact ghost in Idaho at the old hospital that asked for someone to open a door, and left $3.50 in the truck. Sooooooo. Just go look up the Idaho states, and it’ll be on there.

  2. i remember a year ago my friends dared me to go here alone but i did not want to because i was scared of mostly ghost but as i drove up it was super scary and i got chills and i said what my friends told me to do i said “ghost bride ,ghost bride come to me, show yourself in front of me but after i said that i saw nothing and i was scared to try it again but after like 5 minutes of waiting i said it again but when she appeared i had my mouth open and it was shocked and started to shake i was never this scared in my life and she asked me for help but before i said anything she was gone like that

  3. I’ve not heard this story, I’ve heard another one though, pretty much of a girl, maybe a bride, who took a ride on her horse, and the horse didn’t see the wall, hit it, then threw her off, killing her as she hit the ground. But stories change over the years.

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