Since they’ve interviewed me previously for one of their Halloween publications, I will publish them here
The ultimate guide to Atlanta’s most haunted locations
A collection of spooky tales and places throughout the metro
When it comes to Southern spooks, Savannah has Atlanta beat with its spectral arms tied behind its back, but that doesn’t mean our city lacks ghosts and ghouls.
With Civil War battlefields, historic cemeteries, and good old Southern lore, metro Atlanta has terrifying stories aplenty.
With All Hallow’s Eve just around the corner, there’s no time like the present to examine the ghosts of the past. Prepare to get seriously creeped out.
1. Bulloch Hall
Roswell, GA 30075
Built in 1839 by the enslaved men of Maj. James Stephens Bulloch, this antebellum Roswell plantation is rumored to be the home of a teenaged enslaved girl whose body was found in a well on the property. Those who’ve experienced her presence say she likes to flicker the home’s lights. Other reports state figures dressed in Civil War-era clothing have been spotted in the second-floor windows.