Rosemary Hall

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At this 1902 inn, a resident ghost watches over the place. The ghost is believed to be Mrs. Jackson, wife of original owner James U. Jackson. She has been seen in Room 205 and also walking up and down the main stairs. Other strange things happen here as well: Objects disappear only to turn up in odd places, the TVs work by themselves, and disembodied footsteps have been reported.

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804 Carolina Ave
North Augusta, SC 29841
United States

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33.498483, -81.97017900000003
Aiken County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
North Augusta, SC (0.4 mi.)
Augusta, GA (1.9 mi.)
Belvedere, SC (2.7 mi.)
Clearwater, SC (4.5 mi.)
Martinez, GA (6.2 mi.)
Kingston, GA (6.4 mi.)
Burnettown, SC (7.1 mi.)
Murphys Estates, SC (7.3 mi.)
Langley, SC (7.4 mi.)
Gloverville, SC (8.3 mi.)

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