Screamer is an unincorporated community in Henry County, Alabama, United States. Screamer is located on Alabama State Route 95, 12.4 miles north-northeast of Abbeville. The original line established between the Creek Indians and the United States in the Treaty of Fort Jackson ran through Screamer.
According to a local historian, the name may have two origins. In one version of the story, it comes from the fact that 19th century Native Americans used to loudly heckle white train travelers as they passed by what was then a reservation. The "screaming" could have also referred to the din made by local bears, panthers, and wildcats.
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