Cradle of the Confederacy and capital city of Alabama—lost highways bring visitors to the grave of legendary country singer Hank Williams and the home of the jazz-era princess Zelda Fitzgerald. Dig up the bones on the feather duster murder from the Garden District, and find out which spirits at Huntingdon College make this campus their eternal home. Take a stroll through the Old Alabama Town, and listen for the ghost of the Lucas Tavern. Join ghost hunter and folklorist Faith Serafin for a trip through the Heart of Dixie and Montgomery's most haunted history.
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Faith Serafin is a historian and folklorist from Southeast Alabama. She has two previous publications for the Haunted America Series from The History Press, Haunted Auburn and Opelika and Haunted Columbus, Georgia: Phantoms of the Fountain City. She is the director of the Alabama Paranormal Research Team, a nonprofit organization of paranormal researchers and investigators dedicated to the study of paranormal science and phenomenon. She is also a correspondent for the Paranormal Odyssey, an online podcast based on all things paranormal. Faith is also the official tour guide of the Sea Ghosts Tours at the National Civil War Naval Museum in Columbus, Georgia. She also volunteers for local school and community programs for reading fundamentals and education regarding the importance of historical preservation. Many of Faith's published information regarding haunted locations, ghost stories, tours and public ghost hunting events can be found on her blog and website: www.AlabamaGhostHunters.com.