Roswell: History, Haunts and Legends
From the banks of the Chattahoochee to the streets of Roswell's historic district, chilling specters remind us of this charming Southern town's shocking past. Author Dianna Avena blends Roswell's history with tales of the city's most famous haunts ?from the slave quarters of Bulloch Hall to the cracked graves in Founder's Cemetery?to send chills down the spines of locals and visitors alike.
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