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This clubhouse for the local tennis courts is believed to be haunted. Staff and members claim to have seen the apparition of a young man wandering the building after hours, who is believed to have drowned in the city swimming pool.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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230 North Georgia Avenue
Bremen, GA
United States

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33.7240416875839, -85.14463218783567
Haralson County, Georgia
Nearest Towns:
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  1. The boy in question had the last name of Henry (can’t recall first name right now). Every spring, near the last day of school, we would walk to the City Pool and swim. Sadly, my junior or senior year, no one noticed he was in trouble and he drowned. This is where that tradition ended.

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