3 Birmingham ghost walks bring a haunted past to life

St. Paul’s Cathedral in downtown Birmingham is where Father Coyle was murdered in 1921. Photo provided by Wolfgang Poe

Despite the fact that we still have boiling temperatures here in Birmingham, it’s getting to be that time of year again where we all want to carve pumpkins, light a cozy-scented candle and watch a few spooky movies. 

But what if you could not only watch the spooks from afar but take part in them too, and have them be Birmingham’s own home-brew of ghastly tales?

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Birmingham ghosts continue to haunt; their spirits living to tell the tale

At East Lake Park in 1888, a mother and daughter were found. Photo provided by Birmingham Digital Library

Birmingham has seen its fair share of history, haunted spaces, stories of the past that slowly rise to the surface, and strange occurrences with the paranormal. It would be hard to miss the eery stories of Sloss Furnaces and so many others. The legendary stories live on and we’re here to keep them alive. Who’s to say what is true and what is false? We invite you to decide for yourself.

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