Railroad Crossing

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The ubiquitous haunting of a man who fell asleep on the railroad tracks and was killed who now haunts the tracks.

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Railroad Crossing
Sunflower, AL
United States

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31.3823897, -88.00833469999998
Washington County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
McIntosh, AL (8.1 mi.)
Leroy, AL (8.6 mi.)
Carlton, AL (10.0 mi.)
Rockville, AL (10.1 mi.)
Jackson, AL (11.0 mi.)
Saint Stephens, AL (11.3 mi.)
Malcolm, AL (13.2 mi.)
Sims Chapel, AL (14.0 mi.)
Tibbie, AL (14.2 mi.)
Fairford, AL (15.2 mi.)


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  1. This Railroad track. Jesus. Me and my mom were leaving that town to go back home from visiting my Aunt. When we were about to cross it. We saw a deer trying to go up a small hill. A rabbit crossing it. And a invisble animal with a outline of its body . It was looking at us and a train was coming fast!!!! IT was so scary.

  2. Not a fake. My daughter and some friends went there and saw Jake. Not only did they see, him, she had scratches on her back that were completely gone by the next morning with no sign they had even been there.

  3. this is not fake my step farther was telling me that when his dad was a young boy he was walking the tracks of sunflower because he lived right down the road and he said that he seen a ball of light coming down the track fast he thought it was a train so he stepped of the track next thing you know the whole sky lit up in a ball of light over him, of course i did not think it was true so they took me there we flashed a flash light 3 times and i kid you not a ball of light came down the track fast i was 13 years old then i am now 15 sharing my story.

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