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  • Debbie Wotipka

    Abandoned mansion.

  • Wayne Hickman

    Harville House, Statesboro, Georgia. The story is that old ladies once resided in this house, but when they died, no one noticed, and all their possessions remained. Today, a blue light can be seen in a window at night, and brave persons who have ventured inside have reported seeing the two women rocking in their chairs. This was one of the scariest places in Bulloch County!

  • Patricia Etienne

    Harville House Abandoned Rural Southern Farmhouse Folk Victorian Architecture Dilapidated Ornamental Turret Cupola Pictures Image Photo Copy...

  • Christine Eves

    The Ultimate Haunted House! Harville House, Statesboro, Georgia Two old ladies once resided in this house, but when they died, no one noticed, and all their possessions remained. Today, a blue light can be seen in a window at night, and brave persons who have ventured inside have reported seeing the two women rocking in their chairs.

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Beautiful abandon...I just want to hang a swing on that porch and listen to the crickets and frogs and the creak of the chains....

So sad, yet interesting at the same time. to think of all the generations that lived there, and now, there are none

I've decided to refer to Bill Bryson for this scene, when he describes tromping around an abandoned house with his older siblings.