Haunted Rome GA

They leaned in to hear recordings of the faintest of voices captured at the Carnegie building and at the Rome Clocktower within the last three months by the Southern Paranormal Investigators during a “Haunted on Broad” tour Saturday night.

They were 50 brave souls who heard stories of spirits knocking, crying, moving seats and whispering messages at various historical locations in the center of town with the help of SPI staff and those involved with a local storytelling guild.

“It sounded like fun,” Kathleen Flatow said as the 90-minute trek started from the Synovus Bank building just before the sun set and the clouds released some rain. “I’ve done similar tours in Salem and in Canada and I figured it was a good chance to get to know Rome better.”

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