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a middle room of the house. I charged in there and firmly told whatever it was that I had no plans to share the house with them and that they should immediately leave. I guess they did because since that night there hasn't been anything else creepy going on. .
Submitted by Coco
Categories: wreck, bar, baby, family
Two years ago, my family and I were visiting Gulf Shores for two weeks. While we were there we made the decision to go to Fort Morgan (which is a brilliant place. ) While we were there the area had a kind of eerie feeling to it. I had chills most of the time we were there. The last area we visited was a long hall to the right of the entrance. This hall already has a creep factor as it is only wide enough for one person at a time, covered in graffiti, and seems never ending. The hall seems to go on for what seems like forever. If you do not have a flashlight, do not even plan on trying to go in. The hall has a good bit of turns and gets darker with each turn.
My cousin and I decided to try and see what was at the end of the hall. Being this was our first trip, we had failed to equip ourselves with flashlights. We decided to try and use a phone flashlight and attempt to endure the creepy hall. As we got around the first turn, I began getting chills and almost every hair on my neck and arms stood up, but we carried on anyways. As we got around the third turn, our makeshift flashlight did little to illuminate the impending darkness of the tunnel, both physical and metaphorical.
Now, I am not a claustrophobic person, but I have never felt more suffocated in a small place than in that hall. I had to immediately leave due to the fact that it felt as though multiple beings were pressed against me. I did not want to jump to conclusions and check this off as ghosts, but I can find no other reason as to why I experienced this feeling. I am 100% positive that something is residing in that hallway, and it certainly is not looking to make you feel welcome.
Submitted by Taylor
Comment by Bob: I have lived in Mobile all my life. Ft. Morgan is much different now then when I was a child. That dark hall probably led to a powder magazine. Some of them were converted into dungeons for prisoners. A bad place to die in. Good you got out. Rattle snakes used to be prevalent on the beach. We always had a big flashlight when we went outside at night while on vacation.
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