ALABAMA: SLOSS FURNACES, BIRMINGHAM
Sloss Furnaces is a National Historic Landmark – the one blast furnace ever became a museum – and it’s lovely rattling haunted. The 50-acre commercial plant operated from 1882 till 1970, and was once infamous for its top collection of employee deaths by the use of steam explosions, burns, and falls in underground tunnels. One particular ghost recognized to hang-out the premises is that of James “Slag” Wormwood, a merciless and ugly graveyard shift foreman from the early 1900s, who was once in price when a complete of 47 group contributors misplaced their lives. In 1906, Wormwood fell into a huge pool of melted iron ore and died. From that time on, employees felt a extraordinary presence at Sloss, and in 1926, an evening watchman was once mysteriously driven from in the back of and injured. In 1947, 3 supervisors have been discovered subconscious in a locked boiler room. According to the boys, a badly burned employee had approached them simply previous to the incident and informed them to get again to paintings.
A magical workforce from Syfy’s Ghost Hunters (at the side of Meat Loaf) investigated the web site in 2010.