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Panola Hall - Eatonton GA Real Haunted Place

  • 400 North Madison Avenue
  • Eatonton, GA
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Panola Hall was build in 1854 as a Greek Revival home for Henry Trippe. It has been rumored that the hall was been haunted since the 1870's by a girl named Sylvia. She appears as a shy, silent woman with dark hair and a full white skirt. She can usually be seen in the second-floor bedroom or hallway, or gazing out the window in the living room.
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