Holly Theater

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Holly Theatre is rumored to be haunted by ghosts who have shown up to watch rehearsals and sometimes play tricks, such as turning lights on and off. One of the ghosts here is believed to be Edwin Booth, a renowned 1800s actor and brother of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth.

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69 W Main St
Dahlonega, GA 30533
United States

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34.531583, -83.985929
Lumpkin County, Georgia
Nearest Towns:
Dahlonega, GA (0.1 mi.)
Dawsonville, GA (10.8 mi.)
Clermont, GA (12.7 mi.)
Cleveland, GA (13.5 mi.)
Yonah, GA (15.2 mi.)
Gainesville, GA (18.6 mi.)
Helen, GA (18.6 mi.)
Lula, GA (20.7 mi.)
Oakwood, GA (21.8 mi.)
Raoul, GA (23.0 mi.)

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