Tallapoosa Ghost Stories: A Walking Tour

Tallapoosa Ghost Stories: A Walking Tour

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10/17
Had a great time! Well worth the money!
We had a wonderful time tonight on our Tallapoosa Ghost Stories walk. I took my 89 year old Mom in a travel wheelchair(lightweight).
There were people there who helped direct us and in one place helped me maneuver over a metal plate. So if you think you can’t take someone in a wheelchair...you can. It was very enjoyable.
Thank you!
Oh my goodness y'all, we had such a great night, I won tickets to go on the Tallapoosa Ghost:A Walking Tour tonight, yes, we froze but it was so interesting, not only did we hear alot of good fashioned ghost stories but also alot of history about Tallapoosa and an added bonus we met the Frizzi twins from The Walking Dead. I highly recommend yall to go check it out.
Oh my goodness y'all, we had such a great night, I won tickets to go on the Tallapoosa Ghost:A Walking Tour tonight, yes, we froze but it was so interesting, not only did we hear alot of good fashioned ghost stories but also alot of history about Tallapoosa and an added bonus we met the Frizzi twins from The Walking Dead. I highly recommend yall to go check it out.
We just went on the tour. Susan is an absolutely amazing tour guide. Great stories with a lot of history, a little humor and a some spooky stuff. All towns should have a Susan that care about their town this much. Stories that are passed down and remembered. We had a great time. Thanks.
Thank you Emily Jordan Dobbs for making sure I got my tickets for last nights walk!!! We loved hearing all the stories and history of Tallapoosa. Was well worth splashing through the rain!
Best Ghost walk I’ve been on !
Love the story telling and history
Love these walks! Didnt know our little town had so much history.
I've enjoyed this for the last two years,I'm sure tonight will not be a disappointment! Let's walk!!!!
Had an amazing time and caught some pretty interesting photos as well!!! I think everyone should try this at least once! We learned a lot about our little town tonight! Susan is very informative and answered any questions anyone had! Definitely worth it!😊

Come walk with us and discover the history and mystery of Tallapoosa, GA. Welcome To Tallapoosa Ghost Stories: A Walking Tour! Come join us for this year's walk, where we will take you down the shadowed, side streets of Tallapoosa, GA.

for an unforgettable evening of haunted history, mystery and ghostly tales.

Operating as usual

05/14/2022

I had a guest today at the museum from our of town that I really enjoyed sharing our history with. Upon leaving, she asked for a recommendation on a place to eat. I told her Burger Chic and recommended the shakes and the banana split in a cup. 😁
This sweet girl brought me back a banana split and said it was for being such an awesome guide! Thank you, Misty! :)

05/14/2022

When people ask me why and how do I do this every year, I think I will direct them to this picture. I like to think as we wind down the streets of Tallapoosa each fall sharing our stories of history and mystery, the fascination and interest grows like kudzu! It is doubly amazing when the children of our town and county recall the facts and stories and share them with their friends. I want our young people to be proud of where they live. I want them to be intrigued and I hope our tour ignites their passion for Tallapoosa history!
This photo was taken by a family just out one day on a walk by themselves...but as you can see, the stories are still being shared. :) The young lady seated is one of our spirits, who has developed a major interest in the stories of Tallapoosa. I'm so proud of her! :)
#comewalkwithus
#Supoortlocalhistory
#Tallapoosahauntedhistory

05/14/2022

We love the atmosphere the traffic lights create at the gazebo! Can't wait till we meet again in the fall, y'all! πŸ‚πŸπŸ‘»

05/14/2022

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Photos from Tallapoosa Ghost Stories: A Walking Tour's post 05/10/2022

Reposting per request! :)

05/07/2022

Hello everyone! Just wanted to let you know I won't be at the museum TODAY, but I will be there next Saturday! :) I hope everyone has a wonderful day!
Keep it spooky,
Susan πŸ‘»

05/04/2022

This weekend! Don't miss this HCHS production of Curtains! :)

ONE WEEK AWAY....

Get your tickets now!

05/02/2022

Sometimes the shadows can play tricks on you....
#tallapoosahauntedhistory
#supportlocalhaunts

Photos from Tallapoosa Ghost Stories: A Walking Tour's post 04/30/2022

Have you visited our Native American room at West Georgia Museum? Our area is rich in Creek and Cherokee history and this proof can be found with the hundreds of artifacts that have been discovered around our county.
Pictured below is a deed where land from the Creek Nation was "acquired". This land is now Haralson County.
For those that don't know, Haralson County was carved out of parts of Carroll and Polk County and created in 1856. Located in Northwest Georgia, Haralson County is the state's 113th county. Named after U.S. congressman and state legislator, Hugh A. Haralson.

Photos from Tallapoosa Ghost Stories: A Walking Tour's post 04/30/2022

Life was hard before Google, kids! 😜

04/22/2022

Tallapoosa will be having their City Wide Yard Sale this weekend! Every purchase in our storefront on Friday & Saturday is 20% off! Come see us Friday 11-6 & Saturday 11-4! #shopbrooks

04/14/2022

Just so you know! πŸ‘»

Photos from Tallapoosa Ghost Stories: A Walking Tour's post 04/12/2022

Reposting per request! πŸ‘»

04/11/2022

Right? 😜

04/09/2022

Hello everyone! Are you coming to Tallapoosa today for the Dogwood Fest? It's early and our town is already hopping with over 70 vendors and fun for everyone! The parade starts at 2pm and don't forget to stop by the historic Pentecostal Church to see an amazing quilt exhibit. β™₯️
Also, the Museum is open today 11-3pm. So stop in and see me and discover what Tallapoosa was...and IS, all about!
#supoortlocalhistory
#Tallapoosadogwoodfest

04/07/2022

We're already ready for fall! πŸ‚πŸπŸ‚πŸšοΈπŸ‘»

04/05/2022

Don't forget, The Tallapoosa Dogwood Festival is this Saturday, April 9th! 🌸🌸🌸Come out for a day of fun and festivities in downtown Tallapoosa, GA.! 🌸

04/03/2022

Ya'll know by now how much we love vintage ads, but this one takes the cake for crazy fashion trends!
Hair that glows in the dark was all the rage in the early 20th century, but it left a lethal legacy behind. This effect was only achieved by brushing radium into your hair for prolonged periods of time to create that glow in the dark shine!
Many of you may have watched "The Radium Girls" on Netflix, if not you, definitely should check it out!
Making your hair glow was only one of the many fashion trends to manifest after Marie Curie discovered this chemical. It of course, proved to be majorly radioactive! Gradually, most radium products were banned, but not before many women suffered serious health problems, Including death.

04/02/2022

Hello everyone! I'm back home now, inspired by the desert and all of it's mystery! It's a beautiful day in GA this morn'. Come see me at West GA Museum today and we'll talk history! :) Hrs. 11-3pm.

Photos from Tallapoosa Ghost Stories: A Walking Tour's post 03/31/2022

Hello everyone! For my last day in Vegas I visited The Hotel Apache, which is on Freemont St in old town. This hotel was built around 1930 and said to be very haunted! It's history is fascinating! If you would like to read more click the link. 😁
http://www.binions.com/hotel/hotel_apache.php
And for more haunted Vegas tales...https://www.thrillist.com/lifestyle/las-vegas/most-haunted-places-las-vegas
Stay spooky my friends! See y'all soon. πŸ‘»
SusanπŸ‘»

Photos from Tallapoosa Ghost Stories: A Walking Tour's post 03/28/2022

Hello everyone! I'm taking a little vacay in Las Vegas this week and I thought you might like to see these pics of where I visited the Zac Bagans Haunted Museum ! Unfortunately, we were not allowed to take photos inside, but this building is filled with hundreds of artifacts, history and stories of the dark and demented. I just hope I don't bring anything home! πŸ‘»
#Gonnathrowsomesalt

Photos from Tallapoosa Ghost Stories: A Walking Tour's post 03/24/2022

I often talk about how history is everywhere in Tallapoosa. Sometimes you must seek it, but more times than not, there is a piece of the past just waiting for you to walk by and see it's importance through different eyes. After all, there is a story around every corner, down every shadowed side street. πŸ‘»
Sometimes, history might be hidden right beneath your feet...
This treasure was discovered, as the city has been doing construction around town. As the sidewalks were pulled up, they found a doorway to the past.
Beneath this building is one of the many entrances to the underground of Tallapoosa. (For those that have taken the tour, you know I talk about this part of Tallapoosa history). This doorway led right into the underground skating rink, (it's not there anymore), just at the corner of Alewine St. And Hwy 78.
What I find most interesting are the beautiful Colvin Blocks!
Oh if those walls could talk! β™₯️
There are a couple of other buildings in town where the same sort of lower walkway is still exposed, but none have the Colvin Blocks, like this one does! So fancy! 😁
I was excited to share and want to thank The City of Tallapoosa for giving me permission to post these pics. Enjoy...and be careful out there walking....you might trip over some history! 😁
#Supportlocalhistory

03/22/2022

SPOOKY TIME WILL BE HERE BEFORE YOU KNOW IT!
Come walk with us this fall...πŸ‘»

Photos from Tallapoosa Ghost Stories: A Walking Tour's post 03/19/2022

Today was one of those days when I realize why I love Tallapoosa history so much. First, when I arrived at the museum there were people there already, waiting for us to open! We had a continous flow of history seekers throughout the afternoon and I met a wonderful family from Texas who helped fill in the missing pieces of a long , told story. It was amazing to hear the other side from them and this gives me lots more to research over the next, few months!
Mr. Chuck also stopped in to share a few treasures he has found with me, including a wooden Native American Egg, a burial totem and a fossilized thumb! 😲
After work, I rode over to Hollywood Cemetery to visit Union Soldier's graves. This is something we don't think of often, living in the deep south. But with the industrial boom and the influx of Northerners moving to Tallapoosa, we do have graves of soldiers who fought for the North and called the North home, before Tallapoosa.
Lastly, as I was standing in the cemetery I stared off across the headstones of Hollywood and saw a double grave that looked ancient and extremely dirty. It seemed as if it called to me and I walked over, knelt down and tried to decipher the names and years. What I found took my breath away.....
Concerning Ralph Spencer, all research I had done stated he only had one child.....a son, Joseph. But the names on these tombstones were of two little girls. The family name clearly read "Spencer". And at the bottom of the stone it read, "Daughters of R. L. Spencer". 😲 I had always heard rumors that Ralph and his wife had had two daughters who died at birth and were buried at the long overgrown Laurel Hills Cemetery at Riverside. Today, I discovered their true burial place was just down the street at Hollywood!
Hope everyone had a wonderful, beautiful Saturday!

12 St. Patrick’s Day Traditions That Will Bring You Luck 03/17/2022

12 St. Patrick’s Day Traditions That Will Bring You Luck

Happy St.Paddy's Day to ya'! ☘️
Want to know more about this holiday, including folklore, food and facts? (Leprechauns wore red? What?) Then enjoy this wonderful article!

"May the roof above you never fall in and the friends gathered below, never fall out". β˜˜οΈπŸ‘»β˜˜οΈ
https://www.rd.com/list/st-patricks-day-good-luck-traditions/#:~:text=Pinching%20those%20not%20wearing%20green&text=And%20if%20they%20see%20you,wore%20red%20in%20Irish%20folklore.

12 St. Patrick’s Day Traditions That Will Bring You Luck Discover authentic Irish traditions you didn't know about, and learn the surprising history of others that actually originated in America.

Photos from Tallapoosa Ghost Stories: A Walking Tour's post 03/12/2022

Sharing some more, old photos today of the first school's class pics and faculty shots, early 1900's. Some have dates and some do not. Enjoy. :)

03/12/2022

It's a cold day in Tallapoosa. πŸ₯Ά

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