Indian Meadows

Indian Meadows, Alabama

Indian Medows and its neighboring community Shady Grove were built upon Cherokee burial ground. Over the last two decades there has been a number of haunting related events happen within this community.

There have been several reports of dark figures in the community, often appearing in windows and walking between the houses that line the streets.

People in the community have reported phenomena related to scratching. Several have heard scratching noises on the outside of their homes and also inside. People have had their front doors etched with claw marks.

Many houses have disturbing poltergeist activity. Doors slam shut, and objects have been thrown across rooms.

People have reported that they have had their names called by a voice unfamiliar to them.

Someone or something runs through houses. People will hear the frantic footsteps making their way towards them and then feel a rush of air, as though someone had just run past.

It has been reported that in one house strange stains began to appear on all of the doors. Over the course of a few days the stains materialized into an image of a crying man.

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Oct 31, 2008 8:56am [ 1 ]

love it. Halloween is such a scary time of the year but also. it can be awesome. i love it <3

Michael Washburn
Oct 16, 2009 12:56am [ 2 ]

I grew up in Shady Grove in Alabama. What is being stated here is true. You do hear footsteps, clawing and you can see shadowy figures walking around. I basically lived in the woods while growing up, I was always fishing or camping and I spent alot of time in those woods at night. I remember walking through the woods at night and hearing someone walking up behind you but when you turned around and shown a light were you heard the noises there would be nothing there. Also you usually can see glowing eyes in the woods. You could shine a light around and there would be nothing there but the eyes seemed to follow you around. It was kinda creepy but I grew up and moved away from there but I sure do miss it.

Nov 5, 2009 5:42pm [ 3 ]

I grew up a around there in me in my friends were digin in there was in indians on top uf each other. Then we left it unberred all night we heard noises seen peploe in our rooms the next mornig we all thought we were goonars and we hurried up ree buried it in we never saw somethin like that agin.

                                P.S. IT WAS SCARY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nov 6, 2009 6:42pm [ 4 ]

Yah write i was there wonce in it was scary.

Aug 7, 2011 3:50pm [ 5 ]

Building on an Indian burial ground is a big no-no. My grandmother is Cherokee Indian and we have discussions about this all the time. She has this spiritual thing about her, I link this to the cherokee side of her, that allows her to sense these things. She wants to go to my friend's house so she can "Get a feel of it" because its haunted. She loves hearing stories about my nights at my friend's house.

Jul 18, 2012 8:07am [ 6 ]

Ok so im 11 and i actullay live in this neighborhood now with my mom and dad. last summer it was me and my cuzz he's a boy and i just got out of the bathroom and we have a big radio and i walked past it and it turned on i nwas so freaked out to this day im still convinced that it was a spirt. now the radio is in the shed. i had a friend named rhianna in this neighborhood about two blocks away.i would walk to her house. but i would always hear footsteps behind me i would look back and no one was there it scared me to the point i would'nt walk to her house anymore. i got my dad to take me. also in this neighborhood is a old old old cementary there are stones from 1799-1854 and things like that its really really scary! to this day these sprits will not leave until they have waht they came for! so if u haven't experniced any of this and if u want to all u have to do is move in the spirts LOVE to haunt the new guest in the neighborhood so good luck i still live in this same neighborhood:>) i love it here

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