Monticello, FL is considered by many to be the “Most Haunted Little Town in Florida”. The Palmer House is one of the most active spots in town, and has been investigated by many regional ghost hunting operations.
There’s quite a little story to this old house:
Dr. Palmer was the local mortician who rumors say would experiment on the bodies before they were buried. He also believed bodies should be buried with their blood, so he kept the drained blood from the bodies in a bucket. Once the casket was laid in the ground, his assistant would dump the bucket into the grave before it was covered up. One night during an argument, the assistant threw a bucket of blood at the doctor, leaving a stain on the wall. Through many attempts, the stain could not be removed. Finally, the wall was completely replaced.
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- Palmer Mill and South Jefferson St.
- 30.5437843287239, -83.87035837771685
- Jefferson County, Florida
- Nearest Towns:
- Monticello, FL (0.1 mi.)
Aucilla, FL (8.2 mi.)
Lloyd, FL (10.1 mi.)
Waukeenah, FL (10.4 mi.)
Lamont, FL (12.0 mi.)
Wacissa, FL (14.6 mi.)
Greenville, FL (15.2 mi.)
Boston, GA (17.8 mi.)
Thomasville, GA (21.2 mi.)
Quitman, GA (24.9 mi.)
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