Georgia College - Old Governor's Mansion - Real Milledgeville Haunted Place
From 1838-1868, this site was the home of Georgia's governors, then was a boardinghouse until 1879. It was then purchased by Georgia Military and Agricultural College. Ghostly things have gone on here including linens being thrown off beds and the smell of cigars. The occurences that seem to be more interesting are those produced by Molly, a former cook. Ghostly smells have been reported including baking blueberry muffins, pork and black-eyed peas, all of which were Molly's specialties. One time, the smell of burned potatoes was so strong the fire department was called, but the source was never found.
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