Panola Hall

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Panola Hall is a Greek Revival home that was built in 1854 for Henry Trippe. It is said to have been haunted since the 1870s by the ghost of a girl named Sylvia. She appears as a shy, silent woman with dark hair and a full white skirt, usually in the second-floor hallway or bedroom, on the stairs, or looking out the living room window.

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Geographic Information

400 North Madison Avenue
Eatonton, GA
United States

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33.329751, -83.391502
Putnam County, Georgia
Nearest Towns:
Eatonton, GA (0.3 mi.)
Jefferson, GA (9.5 mi.)
Shady Dale, GA (12.5 mi.)
Buckhead, GA (16.6 mi.)
Monticello, GA (16.9 mi.)
Madison, GA (18.9 mi.)
Milledgeville, GA (19.6 mi.)
Hardwick, GA (20.5 mi.)
Greensboro, GA (20.8 mi.)
Newborn, GA (21.8 mi.)


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