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Public House - Roswell GA Real Haunted Place

  • 605 Atlanta St.
  • Roswell, GA
  • (770) 640-5548
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The Public House was known as Peasant Restaurant in the 1970's and was originally a commissary for the Roswell Mill that was constructed in 1854. The building housed the Dunwoody Shoe Shop in 1920 and a funeral home was located upstairs.

During the Civil War it was a Union hospital and as legend says, it is the site of tragedy surrounding a forbidden romance between Michael, a teenage Union soldier, and Catherine, a Southern Belle nurse. Michael was killed by Confederate soldiers and some believe Catherine hanged herself nearby. Michael and Catherine are rumored to linger at the site, dancing in the loft, playing piano or playing tricks on employees.

Reports state that glasses have moved across the bar by themselves, shadowy figures and orbs have been seen, and disembodied voices heard. One cook reported a spirit of a woman walking through the kitchen.
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