Amicalola Falls Lodge

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The Cherokee Indian braves used to pray on Amicalola Mountain, seeking visions that would guide them in their lives. Folks say the spirits they consulted still remain on the mountain, and sometimes visit the beautiful lodge as well. Reports say the spirits disapprove of negative energy, and in one incidence a disembodied hand threw a frying pan at a couple who were having an argument.

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418 Amicalola Falls Lodge Dr
Dawsonville, GA 30534
United States

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34.56540493721459, -84.24269753690169
Dawson County, Georgia
Nearest Towns:
Dawsonville, GA (12.2 mi.)
Jasper, GA (12.6 mi.)
Nelson, GA (14.6 mi.)
Dahlonega, GA (14.8 mi.)
Talking Rock, GA (15.4 mi.)
East Ellijay, GA (15.4 mi.)
Ellijay, GA (16.3 mi.)
Cherry Log, GA (17.1 mi.)
Ball Ground, GA (17.5 mi.)
Blue Ridge, GA (21.1 mi.)

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  1. I have been working in Amicalola state park and lodge for 9 months now. I can say there is an amazingly dark presence there. Late at night into early morning is the worst. The kitchen elevator will take you to random floors sometimes. And some times things fly randomly off of shelves and even hooks.

    The entire place is cursed. And incredibly dark & negetive presence lurks over the entire operation on a large scale. Turnover and anger go hand in hand with staff. It’s wild ….

    In ten years of culinary work I have never been so freaked out like this by an operation.

    This places makes people crazy and actually affects the general success of all us white folk making money on sacred fucking land. I knew all of this since day one!!!! It so obvious…. You can feel it, it is always present and lurking, waiting for the right opportunity to fuck everything all up.

    As of today I accepted another position simply because this cursed place won’t allow me to support for my family and self. I was the longest standing chef in 3 years. Number eight is my number. I feel sorry for the next person in each position because I know they will not succeed at being successful the curse won’t allow that. Ohhh yeah…. by the way they have had 13 food & beverage managers in that same time as well. It is truly the damned thing…. not matter how hard you are working and how well you do everything still just feels so negative and for lack of a better word… Shitty?.

    This place has dark secret people have died there… I have seen figures and heard voices late at night passing my office window at 3am. Once it sounded like people were conversing angrily in the kitchen… I was the only “person” present.

  2. One time when I visited the falls it was raining and I slipped down the stairs then I slipped two more time on places that were not slippery. I was not sure if I got pushed or I just fell. The closes person was at least 5 feet behind me.

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