Ghost Hunting in Birmingham
We all got up and went down to torture the morning staff with our ghostly questions. The early morning staff did not have to contend with drunk men hobbling around the lobby or bridal parties giggling at them, so they were much more helpful and they told me in hushed tones about the ghost on the 6th floor. Apparently, the Tutwiler I was in was not the orignal Tutwiler. That Tutwiler had been demolished and the building that was now the Tutwiler was in fact an apartment complex called The Ridgely. On the 6th floor, a small child had lived and died in her apartment. None of the staff were sure of her name, but one young man told me that her ghost is known to be particularly active on the 6th floor. Luckily, our room had been on the sixth floor. He also said that rooms 604 and 614 had frequently reported seeing her ghost. Our room shared a balcony with 614, making my son's picture all the more intriguing. His picture is above.
The last picture at the bottom tonight is just for fun. I always find it very strange that Birmingham's five points is centered around a somewhat demonic looking goat man that is strategically placed in front of a church. Birmingham is a ghost hunter's dream.