Picnic Cafe

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The café, built in 1897 by Colonel W.P. Price, is rumored to be haunted by the Colonel himself. An apparition of a lone figure has been seen, although a psychic has determined that the ghost is a female who stands and waits for something unknown.

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30 Public Sq S
Dahlonega, GA 30533
United States

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34.532208, -83.98443199999997
Lumpkin County, Georgia
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  1. I’ve been to the picnic cafe half a dozen times and I’ve never noticed anything strange. Then again it’s always busy whenever i go there. It’d be excellent if an employee or ex-employee could share any experiences they might have had, just to confirm if there’s something actually paranormal going on,

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