Submit your local ghost stories to The Tuskegee News

In the early 1940s, the renowned Tuskegee Airmen prepared for the war at Tuskegee Army Airfield in the heart of Macon County, Alabama. The Airmen are known for their sterling battle record and stories of courage, but few know of the darker details shrouding the airfield.

Legend has it the lost souls of pilots in training haunt the airfield to this day. On a gusty night, some say faint screams are carried through the wind. Others swear they can hear diluted sounds of fallen planes haunting the field.

Macon County is full of legends, and where legends tread the supernatural is sure to follow. Had an encounter with the paranormal? Experienced a haunting? Seen a ghost?

Over the next two months, The Tuskegee News wants you to help us unravel the paranormal mysteries that shroud Macon County.

Reveal your haunting tales in the Submissions section of thetuskegeenews.com. Click the button marked “Macon at Midnight” and tell us what happened. Be sure to include a way for us to get back in touch with you. During Spring 2010, Tuskegee News staff will explore some of your stories to see if Macon legends still lurk in the Midnight dark.

Submit your stories to: “Macon at Midnight” link on www.thetuskegeenews.com or e-mail Jeff Thompson at jeffthomp@bellsouth.net.

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