Railroad Tracks

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Legend has it that there was a bus accident that killed school children on the railroad tracks and late at night you can hear the sounds of children playing and laughing on the tracks. I am not entirely sure why they would be playing and laughing on the spot where they died, but this is what the legend states.

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Railroad Tracks
Coy, AL
United States

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31.89274574648546, -87.46437263514963
Wilcox County, Alabama
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  1. It is true that a train/school bus accident occurred here on March 23, 1960. Six students were immediately killed and 25 others were injured. As to hearing children laughing and playing…..

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