Ala. 'ghost trail' may scare up tourism dollars

Selma, Ala. (WSFA)-- Alabama's Black Belt is hoping to scare up tourism dollars by starting a ghost trail this summer.

It will open with ghost stories from Dallas, Perry and Wilcox counties.

Right now the Southwest Regional Tourism and Film Office is gathering the stories from each county.

Stops on the trail will include the Saint James Hotel in Selma which is said to be haunted by the ghost of the outlaw Jesse James.