Rhodes Hall

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Rhodes Hall, built in 1904 by founder of Rhodes Furniture Amos Rhodes, is rumored to be haunted by Mrs. Rhodes, who passed away in the home. Ghostly children have been seen and heard laughing here as well. But the scariest ghost here is the Shadow Man, said to reside in the basement apartment.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    1516 Peachtree St NW
    Atlanta, GA 30309
    United States

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    GPS:
    33.795983, -84.38822900000002
    County:
    Fulton County, Georgia
    Nearest Towns:
    Druid Hills, GA (3.2 mi.)
    Atlanta, GA (3.2 mi.)
    North Druid Hills, GA (4.5 mi.)
    North Decatur, GA (4.7 mi.)
    Decatur, GA (5.5 mi.)
    North Atlanta, GA (5.6 mi.)
    Vinings, GA (6.5 mi.)
    Scottdale, GA (7.1 mi.)
    Avondale Estates, GA (7.2 mi.)
    Belvedere Park, GA (7.5 mi.)

    Contact Information

    Web:
    http://www.georgiatrust.org/historic_sites/rhodeshall/

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    1. I’ve worked in the Bank of America building alot of times and I was doing a job by myself late at night and I started hearing a lot of door’s slamming. So I walked the floor and no one was there. So I went back to work and it started again and it started making me nerves so I left. The next day I was telling everyone what had happened and they was laughing at me. Several years later I was working there again and I was telling the guy that was working with me and he didn’t laugh at me but was telling me a story that property used to be a civil war hospital, so that made a little more since of what was going on. A few more years past and I was there doing some more work and I asked the client if they ever had any weird things happen and she said yes. People would come in and all there pictures would be facing downward on there desk and boxes of paper would be in there also, so I told her the things that happened to me and told her what used to be on that property and she said “that makes a lot of since cause she hated staying late to work cause she would hear noises to”. So maybe that place needs to get checked out.

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