Graceville Spook Lights

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A series of ghostly lights have continually been spotted near the intersection of Jones Road and SR 2 at this spot near Gracefille, Florida. Dale Cox in his book “Ghosts of Bellamy Bridge” speculates that this might be related to the lynching of Edward Christian and Hattie Browman which took place near that spot in September 1910 – or, he says it could just be car lights flashing through a gap in the ridge.

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Geographic Information

Jones Road and SR 2
Graceville, FL
United States

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30.9640007, -85.53868820000002
Holmes County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Graceville, FL (1.4 mi.)
Noma, FL (4.9 mi.)
Esto, FL (6.6 mi.)
Campbellton, FL (8.2 mi.)
Jacob City, FL (9.0 mi.)
Jacobs, FL (9.6 mi.)
Madrid, AL (9.9 mi.)
Slocomb, AL (10.5 mi.)
Rehobeth, AL (12.1 mi.)
Malvern, AL (12.2 mi.)


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