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I was up at Eaves Bluff two days ago and caught some pretty weird stuff. Even got a couple of pictures.
Submitted by Natalie
The Eaves Bluff house was built in the early 1800s. I'm family friend with the Eaves family. The house used to be a slave plantation. Mrs. Eaves died in the early 1900s then her sister moved in. After a couple years of living there she hanged herself and the house has been abandoned ever since.
It's definitely haunted. Don't go alone. I promise you don't want to.
Submitted by Abbi
Comment by Gary: All of the above story is a lie.
Comment by Sly: The house was built in 1909. I'm pretty sure slaves and plantations were done away with during the Civil War. That's always been my understanding.
Categories: plantation, family
I live in Athens my schools name is Riceville long ago a little boy died in the bathroom and students say that they here crying and sometimes when you look in the mirror you can see how he died. When you go to the bathroom on the he died you could see blood stains on the floor.
Submitted by Skye
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