You need several hours to wander through this Victorian park like cemetery. The Iris were in bloom and signs proudly let you know what flower is in bloom. The mausoleums are master works of Victorian crypts. Margaret Mitchell is buried there as well as 16 Union and almost 7,000 Confederate soldiers. The cemetery is well kept and guarded. There is an urban legend that where the soldiers are buried that in the evening you hear roll call being called. Honestly, I don’t blame them for haunting this beautiful 48 acres. In the bell tower is a visitor center and books on Georgia’s ghost stories and legends.
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