Louisville and Nashville Railroad Tracks


Limestone County, Alabama

BUILT: Unknown
OPERATION TIME: Unknown to present
STATUS: Open

History

The Louisville and Nashville railroad tracks are haunted by a bandit nicknamed “Railroad Bill”. The bandit has haunted the surrounding pine woods by the tracks for over a century. Those who have seen him describe him as a “tall, broad-shouldered black man with a smile”.

Similarly to Robin Hood, Railroad Bill would steal money and food to give to the poor. Whenever the authorities tried to catch him, he somehow managed to slip away every time.


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