Fred Jones Building

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Former mayor Fred Jones passed away under suspicious circumstances at his Chevrolet dealership, now four stores and a café. He is said to haunt his old building, sitting at the café table right where his old office used to sit. The shopkeepers here have found their locked doors standing open and their displays rearranged, and strange sounds have been reported. The ghost of a woman who was a cook here has been seen as well.

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Near 48 Public Square
Dahlonega, GA
United States

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34.53306740433601, -83.98523546755314
Lumpkin County, Georgia
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  1. Fred Jones was my great-uncle. I’m waiting to hear from my dad about his death. One of my dad’s uncles committed suicide, but the circumstances were strange, and I’m wondering it was as Fred..

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