Sycamore Grill Building

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The Sycamore Grill building, now empty, is a former Civil War hospital said to be haunted by its past patients. Witnesses have reported shadowy figures and apparitions in the dining area and heard strange shuffling sounds.

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Geographic Information

5329 Mimosa Dr
Stone Mountain, GA
United States

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33.805717, -84.170975
DeKalb County, Georgia
Nearest Towns:
Stone Mountain, GA (0.2 mi.)
Pine Lake, GA (2.2 mi.)
Mountain Park, GA (3.6 mi.)
Clarkston, GA (4.0 mi.)
Tucker, GA (4.3 mi.)
Redan, GA (4.7 mi.)
Scottdale, GA (5.5 mi.)
Avondale Estates, GA (6.0 mi.)
Lilburn, GA (6.0 mi.)
Belvedere Park, GA (6.6 mi.)


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  1. In 2005 i was an employee and we would hear strange noises upstairs and the entire staff would be downstairs. Lights would turn on and off by itself

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