Alabama is a state of beauty and wonder —but like everywhere, there is still a haunting dark side. From hotels to forts, modern eateries to 19th-century taverns, these 6 haunted spots in Alabama to go ghost hunting at will be sure to send a shiver down your spine. If you consider yourself to be somewhat of a skeptic, these locations that you can actually visit might just change your mind.\nBefore proceeding, as the beloved Goosebumps author R.L. Stine would say, reader, beware, you're in for a scare.\nHotel Finial\nAddress: 1600 Quintard Ave., Anniston, AL\nWhy You Need To Go: Many guests, as well as hotel staff, have reported unexplainable —seemingly ghostly— activity, like the sounds of footsteps and music playing in empty rooms at this gorgeous 19th-century mansion-turned-hotel.\n View this post on Instagram View of the main house and guest room buildings #hotelfinial #boutiquehotel #pastforward #annistonal A post shared by Hotel Finial (@hotelfinial) on Apr 4, 2016 at 6:15pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nFort Morgan\nAddress: Fort Morgan, AL\nWhy You Need To Go: Construction of Fort Morgan started in 1819, and it was later used for battle during the Civil War. Legend has it that the fort comes back to life at night with disembodied screams from soldiers who lost their lives here. \n View this post on Instagram Big guns A post shared by Bryan Revell (@bryan.revell) on Jan 13, 2020 at 10:17am PST\n\nWebsite\nLucas Tavern\nAddress: Old Alabama Town, 301 Columbus St., Montgomery, AL\nWhy You Need To Go: Built in the early 1800s, this tavern is full of over 200 years worth of history —and friendly spirits. The site is supposedly haunted by the former keeper, Eliza Lucas, who is said to make sure guests are still enjoying their visit today.\n View this post on Instagram Lucas Tavern, built in the early 19th century, was originally located further out in Montgomery County. Most notably, Lafayette and his entourage stayed here on April 2, 1825 on his American tour. It's now in Old Alabama Town as the visitor center, and bears the distinction of being the oldest standing structure in Montgomery County. #alabama #montgomery #montgomeryal #myMGM #oldalabamatown #downtown #history #lafayette #tavern #hotel #architecture #igalabama #haunted A post shared by Kim (@kimtothep) on Aug 10, 2015 at 3:47pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nRedmont Hotel\nAddress: 2101 Fifth Ave. N, Birmingham, AL\nWhy You Need To Go: Known for being the oldest operating hotel in Alabama, this lodge is supposedly haunted by a "woman in white," the former owner Clifford Stiles, and big-name country singer, Hank Williams. Are you brave enough to spend a night here?\n View this post on Instagram Iconic building in Birmingham ✨ We are so proud to be located in this amazing city filled with rich history and wonderful people 📸: @gcalebjones A post shared by The Southern Kitchen & Bar (@southernbirmingham) on Jan 31, 2020 at 8:18am PST\n\nWebsite\nHampton Inn & Suites Birmingham (The Tutwiler Hotel)\nAddress: 2021 Park Pl., Birmingham, AL\nWhy You Need To Go: There are rumors of disembodied mischief here, but no one really knows who the ghost might be. Some suspect it's Colonel Tutwiler himself, while others think it's a resident who passed away in the building. \n View this post on Instagram Our host hotel for the Birmingham Pop Up event is The Historic Tutwiler Hotel located at 2021 Park Place Birmingham, AL 35203. The room rate is $139.00 per night plus taxes. Please utilize the following link to make your reservations. https://secure3.hilton.com/en_US/hp/reservation/book.htm?inputModule=HOTEL&ctyhocn=BHMDNHX&spec_plan=CHHAAM&arrival=20200207&departure=20200209&cid=OM,WW,HILTONLINK,EN,DirectLink&fromId=HILTONLINKDIRECT For tickets to the Pop-Up event, use the Eventbrite link below. https://aamuallclassreunionbirminghampopup.eventbrite.com Thank you Quentin T. Carter for working tirelessly on this effort! 🙌🏾 A post shared by Jones Boys Promotions LLC (@jonesboyspromotions) on Jan 9, 2020 at 12:31pm PST\n\nWebsite\nGaines Ridge Dinner Club\nAddress: 933 Highway 10 E., Camden, AL\nWhy You Need To Go: This hidden gem has earned its way to being named the most haunted restaurant in Alabama, and they are proud of it. The establishment's official website goes into detail about several of the reported hauntings. \n View this post on Instagram Dinner with friends! A post shared by Jim Byard Jr (@jimbyardjr) on Jul 28, 2017 at 4:15pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nSo, which of these locations are making your ghost hunting bucket list this year?