York House Inn - Real Rabun Gap Haunted Place
This inn is Georgia's oldest continuously operating inn, since 1896. In its 120 years, it has seen both births and deaths! It is rumored by different employees that a Civil War soldier smokes cigars in one room and several children play in the inn. Haunt Hunters have visited and found a girl named Sarah and a variety of others that are apparently pleased with the current owners of the inn. Several devices have been used to confirm the "energy" that is within the inn and several photos have been taken of what seems to be an old crouching woman and then a face of a girl "Sarah" looking in a window.
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