Warren House - Jonesboro GA Real Haunt
- 102 W. Mimosa Dr.
- Jonesboro, GA
- (678) 685-1821
The Warren House was used as a hospital during the Civil War and the plaster has been stripped down in certain sections of the house to reveal the signatures of men who recovered there. People believe the ghost of a soldier still remains inside the home and that at night you can see him standing near the windows.
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Heard boot streps in top right room
I was a roofer at this house. When me and my crew when done me and my partner/friend explored the house. I ended up going to the top right room and heard boot steps and when I went to ask my partner/friend if he was up were I was but he said he was downstairs the whole time.Posted 1/24/19
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Warren House Ghost Soldier
A few years ago, I went to the house to take pictures of the outside from different sides and angles. When I developed the pics, a grinning face showed up in a window. The house was unoccupied at that time. Posted 3/28/18
My family used to live in that house.
My grandmother along with my mother, aunts and uncles lived in that house. I grew up listening to the horror stories that surround that house. Posted 5/26/16
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