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Bulloch Hall – Roswell

Bulloch Hall is childhood home of Teddy Roosevelt’s mother Mittie Bulloch—as well as a few restless spirits. Located in Roswell, Georgia, near one of the country’s oldest cotton mills and confederate cemeteries, the estate was a full service plantation in the antebellum South. According to records, 31 slaves worked the land at Bulloch Hall, with some working inside the house …

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Devil’s Kitchen

The area known as Devil’s Kitchen in Tallapoosa, Georgia, was thought to be named for “The Devil’s Water,” or moonshine that was made in the creek valley. There are alleged stories of Satanic worship and witchcraft that have taken place in this area that also add to the legend behind the name, though nothing of that nature has ever been …

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The Old Tallapoosa Jail

The Old Tallapoosa jail is located underneath the chief of police’s office today. The area that is the old jail is no more than a storage room, since the current department was constructed. We are unclear on an exact construction date for the original jail cell, but it’s possible it was as early as 1880. Since its construction, three inmates …

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Bonaventure Cemetery – Savannah

“America’s Most Haunted City,” Savannah, Georgia, is home to more than its share of ghostly inhabitants. Among the noted hotspots is Bonaventure Cemetery, home of Gracie, the weeping monument, and the “Bird Girl” from Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. The “Bird Girl” statue was recently moved to the museum downtown, because curiosity seekers and vandals would not …

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