The Old Alabama State Capital Is Now Eerily Abandoned – And The Town Is Full Of Ghost Stories

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Spanish moss dangles from trees and blows in the wind – an eerie reminder of the life that once thrived in Cahaba, Alabama. The former state capital is now a ruin, you see, with markers for the homes, church, courthouse and businesses that stood here in the 19th century. Yes, nowadays Cahaba is a ghost town – and one with lots of frightening stories to tell, too.

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