There's a large very old two-story house in Conyers GA on the corner of Railroad street across from a bar and grill.
The house has a reputation for being haunted and for many years it was a fine Italian restaurant called Michaenlagelos. A waitress saw a tall darky dressed man with no face standing directly in front of her and she screamed her head off. People came running and she told them what had happened. She was very sincere and shaken up and she obviously was not faking.
Time passe and a little boy was with his parents and he asked his parents who that man in the corner was. His parents then observed a tall dark man walk into the wall and disappear.
Ok, the restaurant shuts down. One day when people are looking at the house and checking out whether it will make a good law office I enter the house and look around myself.
The apparition had been seen in two laces. The serving area of the former restaurant and the bar which was a newer addition to the house. Roaming around by myself and just about to eave when I saw him. A tall man in a black suit wearing a derby type hate with no face just standing there as if it was looking at me. Unlike the woman, I told you about I didn't scream and I just stood there with my mouth open. I had mixed emotions; on one hand, I wanted it to go away but on the other I wanted it to stay as this was perhaps a once in a lifetime experience.
Standing there real still the thing backed into the wall and disappeared. I walked to the wall and the wall was very cold to the touch even though it was hot inside the building with its AC turned off.
Ok now for the comments. What happened? The arguments against the existence of ghosts are many and very rational. Ok, something does exist but is it the soul of a long deceased person haunting the building or is there another explanation?
A mathematician says it may be a portal to another dimension perhaps the 14th dimension. Believers say it was indeed a spirit.
The first owner was a cotton merchant named Mann and the house is actually called the Mann house. I've been going through city archives trying to find a picture of Mr. Mann. He perhaps would have dressed up in this archaic type of business suit.
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