Haunted Auburn and Opelika

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The Auburn and Opelika region is home to one of the most historic universities in the South. It is a region with a history stretching back generations, and it is a history that is very much still alive. Chilling remnants of the past continue to haunt Auburn-Opelika and the communities of Lee County. Join expert ghost hunters Faith Serafin, Michelle Smith, and John Mark Poe as they reveal for the first time the stories of the spirits still lingering throughout the area. The haunting of the University's Samford Hall, the legend of historic Springvilla mansion, and the Headless Man of Highway 80, among many other ghostly tales, uncover the darker side Auburn-Opelika.
ISBN: 9781609492304
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Alabama
Series: Haunted America
Images: 35
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Faith Serafin is the director of the Alabama Paranormal Research Team, a dedicated group of individuals committed to the study of historical folklore relevant to locations in southeast Alabama and beyond. Faith volunteers her time in local schools and in her community to help raise awareness of local history and preservation. Faith hosts the Sea Ghosts Tours at Port Columbus, the National Civil War Naval Museum located in Columbus, Georgia.
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