Early Hill Plantation

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Once a bed-and-breakfast, this site is reportedly no longer in business. The mansion was built in the 1700s for the mayor, John Brown. Tragedy struck when a branch broke in the front yard, killing the family’s young daughter. Reported sightings have included the girl swinging from the tree at night and the mother brushing her hair in the bedroom mirror. Folks say a ghostly woman in a rocker can be seen on the front porch, and slaves’ chains can be heard rattling in the basement.

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1580 Lickskillet Rd
Greensboro, Georgia
United States

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33.588763, -83.21597500000001
Greene County, Georgia
Nearest Towns:
Greensboro, GA (2.1 mi.)
Union Point, GA (8.3 mi.)
Woodville, GA (8.5 mi.)
Buckhead, GA (8.5 mi.)
Siloam, GA (8.6 mi.)
Jefferson, GA (11.1 mi.)
Maxeys, GA (11.7 mi.)
White Plains, GA (13.2 mi.)
Madison, GA (14.5 mi.)
Crawfordville, GA (18.6 mi.)


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  1. my mom and i was driving by and my mom wanted to scare me and see if the swing would move but let me mind you we were coming from a party at it was maybe 1 am . so she pulled in the driveway and the swing began to swing back and forth it was beyond scary

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