Woodhaven Dairy

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This is another haunting story that needs to be taken with a shaker of salt. Legend has it you can smell blood in the old dairy barn, which is a neat trick since the exact location of the structure is not known (the structure itself is long gone). However the woods around the old dairy are where most of the haunting claims take place. People have seen a dark shadowy figure and heard children playing in the fields. The children are believed to be the ghosts of two children who allegedly drowned in a well on the property.

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    Geographic Information

    Woodhaven Dairy Rd. W.
    Silverhill, AL
    United States

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    30.49138458218032, -87.80020970370481
    Baldwin County, Alabama
    Nearest Towns:
    Silverhill, AL (4.7 mi.)
    Summerdale, AL (6.0 mi.)
    Magnolia Springs, AL (6.5 mi.)
    Fairhope, AL (6.5 mi.)
    Robertsdale, AL (6.8 mi.)
    Point Clear, AL (7.2 mi.)
    Foley, AL (9.1 mi.)
    Loxley, AL (9.2 mi.)
    Daphne, AL (9.9 mi.)
    Elberta, AL (13.2 mi.)


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    1. hilarious, do the trices know youre on their property…some artists live in the main house now. ive spent many hours all over the dairy never creeped out. there ARE lots of haunted house near here though

    2. You can in fact still hear the cows mooing even though the cows have been gone for years. My friends used to live there. And turning around behind the house is just plain creepy.
      Kurt also has a point, that is private property.

    3. i went there a few nights ago , me and my boyfriend are phones turned off and we could hear voices something touched my shoulder and when i turned around my boyfriend was gone and behind me was a huge figure with yellow eyes i took off running but when i was running it was in front of me the whole time no matter how fast i ran, when i got back to the car my boyfriend was in there and wouldn’t tell me why he left me or what he seen if you have brains you’ll never in your life go there unless you want something life scaring to happen to you! notice how everyones houses are always for sale on that road!!!!

    4. My friend’s sister was renting the place back in 2002, and we stayed there to babysit her kids while she went out of state. We explored because we’d grown up in the area and heard about the place.

      Inside the old main building we smelled blood, heard something clawing the cement (Something BIG), saw red eyes, and felt the ground shake under us. We fled the building, and saw white eyes in the trees on the edge of the yard, and saw a huge shadow coiling through the trees.

      We went back inside and the picture of Jesus had fallen off the mantle into the fireplace, the computer was sparking, and there was blood on the floor by the kitchen door. We ended up making a fort in the living room and didn’t leave all night- during which we heard scuffling and scraping of claws in the attic.

      Most importantly, I had a migraine the entire time I was there, with a nosebleed that kept coming and going- both of which dissipated once we left. Also, you don’t get bitten by mosquitoes on the property, the birds are quiet, and there is no animal life to be seen. The place is defiled.

      Every time I drove past that place on Highway 9, I could feel the temperature dropping. My dad thinks hauntings are a joke, but even he admits the place gives him the heebeejeebees.

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