Ashley-Slater House

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The historic Ashley-Slater House, built in 1914 by Mr. John Marshall Ashley, is now office space for the Douglas Coffee County Economic Development Authority and Chamber of Commerce (although it is available for tours). It is said to be haunted by at least one of the six people said to have died here, including a mother who died in childbirth, a grandmother who died of an illness, a father who hanged himself in the attic, and two children who had contracted a disease. The ghost(s) are said to manifest as a cold and oppressive feeling inside the building.

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    211 Gaskin Avenue South
    Douglas, GA 31533
    United States

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    31.507851154238377, -82.84563150995382
    Coffee County, Georgia
    Nearest Towns:
    Douglas, GA (0.3 mi.)
    Broxton, GA (8.5 mi.)
    Ambrose, GA (11.6 mi.)
    Nicholls, GA (12.4 mi.)
    Pearson, GA (14.5 mi.)
    Willacoochee, GA (16.5 mi.)
    Denton, GA (17.3 mi.)
    Talmo, GA (21.1 mi.)
    Jacksonville, GA (22.5 mi.)
    Alma, GA (22.7 mi.)

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