Sloss Furnaces

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A National Historic Landmark, Sloss furnaces is not only a testament to a burgeoning industrial age, but a ghostly witness to the untold suffering of its workers. More than 60 people died, often gruesomely, at Sloss Furnaces and legend has it that some of those workers till remain, chained forever to the place that killed them.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    Twenty 32nd Street North
    Birmingham, AL 35222
    United States

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    GPS:
    33.520490307658974, -86.7915716169955
    County:
    Jefferson County, Alabama
    Nearest Towns:
    Birmingham, AL (0.6 mi.)
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    1. I was recently at Sloss Furnace in the summer on a ghost hunt with “ghosthuntweekends.com”. I also had the pleasure of having Adam Berry and Ami Bruni from Ghost Hunters and Chip Coffee physic Medium investigate with us. Anyway I was in my group in the long walkway and was getting frequent K-2 hits. I had a voice recorder running at the time and was asking qustions. When I got home the next day and reviewed my recordings, I had a response to most of my question which was the time my K-2 went off. We also had several cold spots. Our group did witness a black shadow at the very end of the walkway. It was a great experience.

    2. My paranormal group did an investigation here at night after hours. And several other times. We got several photos and actually tAlked with a spirit down in the boiler room. I would say yes Sloss is very haunted

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