I thought this story deserved a revisit. This little hospital in Cullman, Alabama has enough former employees telling stories to fill a book with. Although I've never seen the hospital, the rumors conjour images of hospitals that resemble Arkham Asylum. My husband has been talking to more nurses that used to work at Woodland Hospital and the plot has thickened. This small hospital in Cullman, Alabama had always been haunted, but this never sufficiently concerned anyone to make them think of doing anything about it. So when the hospital was closed, it was still haunted by "Homer" and all the ghosts that had always wandered the halls. According to several nurses, in the days leading up to this closure the haunting became more pronounced. The nurses were some of the last staff left in the hospital. The patients were gone and the doctors had left. My sources report that during this time, call bells went off on their own. Lights turned off and on. Doors opened and closed and the hospital was filled with the noise of dead. Ghosts were seen wandering the halls and the voices of these phantoms could be heard in the silence. Needless to say, the nurses were more than happy to leave after that.