Bonito foto, me gustan sus colores oscuros pero a la vez suaves
No Cale. There's no ghost in Trinity. Just alot of history.
It may have been demolished, but thanks to pictures; it's not forgotten.
this house has now burned to the ground unexpectedly... nice picture
Shem Kearney was my 6x Great Grandfather. My email to the new owner of the house bounced. Does anyone have any new info on the location of the house?
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Loud and Proud, Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving this interesting bit of history! I love hearing from people who used to live in the area. The old mill is still standing, but looks as though it could crumble any day. Piggy Park is still turning out the best BBQ and brunswick stew ever! I hope you can come and visit again soon ...... Maybe take in a movie at the ole RITZ while you're here. Thank you again for stopping by.
All the best from Thomaston to South Carolina. :)
I hadn't been INSIDE this store since the 1990's when it still had the antique ICE BOXES in the far back. I regret not taking a photo of them because now they've been removed and there's very little evidence of this store's early (1920')? days left to see. Now it's interior only sports a plexiglas cashier's cage to discourage armed robberies. Just a 'sign' of today's hard times.
THE REAL "NIGHTMARE" house was next door!! The hateful ghost/s in there made it so un-rentable that the owner sold it to the HP Fire dept. for rescue(burning)team training and then demolished it! The "ghosts" were the psychic 'remains' of various periods of extreme domestic violence.
I've been through there. Located near Jefferson St. You can see the railroad tracks if you go to the south end.
Thank you, Novicast and Ari.
I delighted that you enjoyed these two guard-pups!
Best regards from Georgia,