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Those who reside in Huntsville, Alabama are very familiar with dead children's playground. It is part of the unique history of this region. Dead children's playground is set in the middle of Maple Hill Cemetery, which is the largest and oldest cemetery in Alabama. Built in 1882, the cemetery covers over 100 acres of land. Dead children's playground is a small playground in the heart of this pictur... [Read more]

202 Maple Hill Street Southeast, Huntsville, Alabama 35801, United States.
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116 South Main Street, Enterprise, Alabama 36330, United States.
( 334) 308-9387
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A man by the name of James Withers Sloss constructed the various furnaces that are now known as the Sloss Furnace. Construction was completed in 1881, and the first operation started in the following year. At the time in which the establishment opened, the furnace was referred to as “City Furnaces”. James Withers Sloss was a planter and was also known as an investor in the area of Northern Alabama... [Read more]

20 32nd Street North, Birmingham, Alabama 35222, United States.
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The Alabama’s first two deaths were of men who were in the Norfolk shipyard as she was under construction. She was finished in 1942 and served 37 months without any fatalities due to enemy fire. As for death under friendly fire, however, there were 8 deaths on gun mount #5 when gun mount #9 fired upon them. It seems that the safety feature that was supposed to prevent the turrets from firing upon ... [Read more]

USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, Alabama 36601, United States.
(251)433-2703
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The mansion was established by Stephen Ewing in 1823. Sally Carter, visiting her sister Mary Ewing at the mansion, was struck by a quick and fatal illness and died on November 28, 1837, just three weeks short of her 16th birthday. Young Sally had loved the estate, and that is why, some say, you can still feel her presence there today. Sightings of Sally go back to 1919, when a 17 year-old boy fro... [Read more]

Cedarhurst Mansion, Huntsville, Alabama 35801, .
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The Tutwiler Hotel was opened by Robert Jemison with a major investment from Major Tutwiler, in 1914. The hotel was built in order to convince the American Iron & Steel Institute to have its convention in Birmingham, Alabama. Back then, the Tutwiler was one of the best hotels in the country. The original hotel had 343 guest rooms and one grand ballroom which can accommodate 1200 people and it made... [Read more]

2021 Park Place, Birmingham, Alabama 35203, United States.
(205) 322-2100
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The Victoria Inn in Aniston was built in 1888. It was the home of the prominent Anniston family before it became a restaurant and a country inn. John McKleroy, who was a partner at the Anniston Land Company, built his home on the highest hill of the Quintard Avenue. His family occupied the home for 25 years. In 1920, McKleroy’s widow sold the house at a public auction. William Coleman Wilson boug... [Read more]

1604 Quintard Avenue, Anniston, Alabama 36201, United States.
256-236-0503
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