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Turtleguy

Jacksonville Tunnel, ever herd this myth?

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I could only find this story on one website which makes me doubt thr claim. Jacskonville Alabama, while an old train was being built in the early 1900's one of the workers fell into the concrete mixture. He was unable to get out and the workers just left him in there. It is said if you run your hand along the wall you can feel a cold spot where the man's heart is.

I would like to know if anyone has heard this legend or know if there is any truth behind it. If it is true, does anyone know the man's name who fell into the cement?

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Never heard of it, sorry. :no:

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They wouldn't leave a body in the cement, it would cause a hole to form.

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My dad told me a similar story when I was a little kid about the concrete in the basement of the house I grew up in. Great parenting right there.

Never heard of this specific story though and I have to agree with Erowin, I really don't think they'd leave him in there.

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I've heard the same thing said about Hoffa.

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