The Castle - Weaver House

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This 1865 house is rumored to have been copied from a castle on the Rhine and was once owned by one of Selma’s founding families. Strange things happen here, such as the faint sound of music playing at night and a light that a witness outside saw shining in the attic (which wasn’t wired for electricity). A disembodied voice once was heard telling the family dog to shut up when it was barking, and a voice also startled a repairman so much he left the building. He had been installing a ceiling fan, and the voice clearly asked him “What are you doing?”

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Geographic Information

615 Lauderdale Street
Selma, AL
United States

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32.413738732212884, -87.02505690192186
Dallas County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Selma, AL (0.5 mi.)
Selmont-West Selmont, AL (2.6 mi.)
Valley Grande, AL (6.9 mi.)
Benton, AL (14.2 mi.)
Orrville, AL (14.9 mi.)
White Hall, AL (19.2 mi.)
Autaugaville, AL (21.6 mi.)
Marion, AL (22.8 mi.)
Billingsley, AL (24.7 mi.)
Gordonville, AL (25.6 mi.)


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