The 1840s Horace Williams House was the home of University of North Carolina’s Philosophy Department chairman and taught future renowned author Thomas Wolfe. Williams is said to haunt his former home, moving objects around, rocking a rocking chair and flushing toilets.
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- 610 E Rosemary St
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
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- 35.9178629, -79.04520589999998
- Orange County, North Carolina
- Nearest Towns:
- Chapel Hill, NC (0.7 mi.)
Carrboro, NC (1.8 mi.)
Fearrington, NC (7.9 mi.)
Fearrington Village, NC (8.3 mi.)
Durham, NC (9.7 mi.)
Hillsborough, NC (11.3 mi.)
Green Level, NC (12.3 mi.)
Efland, NC (13.2 mi.)
Morrisville, NC (13.9 mi.)
Gorman, NC (14.9 mi.)
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