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Not only does Birmingham have a lot of spirits and ghosts but some of them are what's called shape-shifters. These shape shifters can take on the form of any spirit or dead person. A friend of mine told me she saw a shape shifter one night at wal-mart.
The shape shifter walked into the store as a man but then turned into the form of an elderly black lady on the way out of the store. I think shape shifters have more power than the average ghost
Submitted by Lee

Comment by Wickedeveal: Only in Wal-Mart. You see all kinds of craziness!.

       Categories: man, lady, store, spirits, shape

Child of the lake ghost of little May Hawes, rumors have it that a small girl can sometimes be seen playing by the shoreline or taking interests in the resident geese and fowl during the twilight hours or early dawn and dusk at Birmingham's East Lake Park.

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