An Alabama widow lives in fear of the terrifying murderer Railroad Bill. But is he really what the townsfolk say he is?
Southern ghost stories are synonymous with the American South. Maybe it’s our eerie landscapes, tragic history, longstanding rural traditions, or multicultural population. But Southern ghost stories have been eagerly passed from storyteller to storyteller for generations. Light a lantern and journey down The Moonlit Road for spooky Southern stories like A Mother’s Love, or tales of paranormal phenomena like The Maco Light. Or ghost stories from famed horror writers like Ambrose Bierce or B.M Croker. Read these and many other Southern ghost stories below.
Mississippi ghost story of a young girl terrorized by Billy Ray, her mischievous and mysterious, cousin. Written by Jennifer Winters.
Story of haunted and cursed doll known as Robert The Doll, currently on display (if you dare visit) in Key West, Florida.
Ghost story of the haunted historic jail in Lawrenceville, Georgia, haunted by a doomed slave named Elleck.
Unsettlingly creepy, Southern haunted house story written by Bill Arbuckle. House didn't like the stories. Mink didn't care. Seemed she had a new story to tell about it every morning while we waited for the big yellow bus to pick us up and take us to school. That's…