Alabama haunted house story about a creepy ticking clock, written by Irran Butler.
Known as the Yellowhammer State, Alabama is home to stories as diverse as its landscape and population. From its northern mountains to southern coastal ports, rural farmland, college towns and urban centers, Alabama is firmly rooted in the Deep South. Descendants of white settlers, native peoples, African slaves and other ethnic groups have left behind a broad tapestry of stories.
Creepy Alabama ghost story of a house haunted by a strange girl, and the ghostly scent of Southern honeysuckle. Written by Irran Butler.
The story of Bill Sketoe of Newton, Alabama and the "hole that would not stay filled" is one of Alabama's most famous ghost stories.
Alabama fairy tale teaming up some of the most famous nursery rhyme characters to solve a strange wedding mystery.
Alabama folktale about two kids' encounter with a wild tomcat, and a poor mailman who happened to cross its path.