Seaman's Bethel Chapel Theatre

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Allegedly haunted by the ghost of a former sea captain and the ghost of a young child who hangs out in the basement.

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Jaguar Dr
Mobile AL
United States

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30.69437285749704, -88.17916470772616
Mobile County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Prichard, AL (6.7 mi.)
Tillmans Corner, AL (7.2 mi.)
Chickasaw, AL (7.8 mi.)
Mobile, AL (8.1 mi.)
Theodore, AL (10.1 mi.)
Saraland, AL (10.9 mi.)
Satsuma, AL (13.2 mi.)
Wilmer, AL (14.0 mi.)
Bellefontaine, AL (14.6 mi.)
Spanish Fort, AL (15.7 mi.)


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  1. A friend took me to the basment of this building while we were studying. I had heard the stories but neither of us paid them much mind. While walking through the boiler room, looking for the spirit I said aloud, “This place isn’t haunted. There are no ghosts here!” A split second later the flywheel and belts on the boiler went crazy as the boiler kicked on. Coincidence? Probably, but scary still.

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