Another young Alabama student, living in Tuscaloosa, is also becoming a social media "influencer". The metrics are showing this student is one of the fastest rising stars on TikTok this year. And, there is PLENTY of money to be made on social media if you can get likes on your videos.
Alabama is in the Top 20 of this frightening list. The metrics used to rate these states is based on some unique factors, in my opinion. The report is partly based on the amount of literal ghost sightings/experiences. That's not all that matters here. UFO encounters are ALSO a part of this overall look at the "haunted" states.
This awful event happened in a Mississippi daycare center. The video you are about to see is really disturbing. On the surface, it doesn't sound like it is the worst thing ever, but when you see these children, you understand how bad it truly is.
This is how it all starts...now we go to Northport, Alabama. A family in Northport loves this time of year, and started decorating for the season. This individual does not want us to give any names or exact addresses.
I love it when Alabama makes it into the national conversation. But, uh, maybe not like this. Yesterday, a five year old named "Jackson" who loves to dress up, like a horror movie character, Chucky, is causing stir.
This is the absolute worst story I have ever reported. I love Alabama. ROLL TIDE! Sweeeeeeeeeeeet HOME Alabama!!!
However, what is with all the snake stories involving them inside with folks?
This is enough of this stuff.
No, no, no, no, NO! This columnist could live the rest of my life without being made aware of another story about spiders. I know I'm not the only person living in Tuscaloosa, Alabama with a deep hatred of spiders (and many other critters) that I will never get over. Very few people love spiders.