Haunted Cemetery Tour

Haunted Milledgeville

Founded in 1804, Milledgeville’s rich history comes with a side of spooky sightings. Ghostly encounters are inevitable when stepping foot into the city’s historic district. These permanent residents lurk the streets and reside in many of the historic buildings located around town. From the spirit of murderers buried at Memory Hill Cemetery to a Welsh spirit who followed an immigrant family across the Atlantic to the city’s infamous Homestead House, Milledgeville has its fair share of haunted tales and local legends. 

Prepare to cast an all-seeing eye around the town's mysterious past and encounter some of the ghosts that have lingered here for centuries.

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Milledgeville Self-Guided Ghost Tour

Milledgeville’s rich history comes with a side of spooky sightings. Explore our historic district for ghostly encounters at your own pace.
... if you dare

Local Ghost Stories

BILL MINER

One of the most famous train robbers and a bandit notorious for outwitting jail cells, Minor was finally caught. Or did he manage to escape...

DIXIE HAYGOOD

Traveling the world enamoring crowds, Dixie was famous for her special powers and talents as an illusionist. Does she continue to...

EMMA TUCKER SIBLEY

In 1852 Emma’s father built the grand home Rose Hill. Upon his death Emma inherited the home and her presence still presides in...

THE HOMESTEAD

The Homestead was the center of social life in Milledgeville and its walls held state officials, governors, and congressmen, among...

MARION STEMBRIDGE

Marion Stembridge is one of Milledgeville’s most notorious characters. Even decades after his death, whispers of his crimes still...

MOLLY

Stepping into the Mansion guests are intimidated by a fifty-foot-high central rotunda and intrigued by the aroma of fresh baked blueberry...

THE TATE HOUSE

The Tate house was built c.1828 and the hauntings began just a few decades later when Sam Walker, once mayor of Milledgeville,...

WILLIAM FISH

Distraught by the sudden passing of his wife and daughter, Fish built a brick mausoleum for their remains and himself, comfortably in a...

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