Why did we rate this "Confirmed"? Because multiple sources off the internet sites have experienced paranormal activity at this location & therefore warrants a rating of "Confirmed".
What's the tale? The Olde Pink House was built in 1771. James Habersham Jr., the original owner of the home, died in his beautiful mansion and his physical manifestation has been seen by every employee who has worked in the Olde Pink House in the months of October to March. He appears to patrons as well and has been known to make eye contact with patrons and smile. He also enjoys a candlelight atmosphere and will light the candles on the tables of the tavern if they are out. An unknown female presence haunts the second floor dining area, and there are the ghosts of slave children in the basement who play tricks with the restaurant's supplies and employees.
What do we know as fact? The structure was built in 1771 since that time it has served as a primary residence, a tearoom, a bank, headquarters for Union generals during the Civil War, and now a restaurant. There are reports of paranormal activity but not as precise as the internet haunted sites claim (such as every employee seeing James Habersham's ghost between October and March). There is no documentation that slaves or slave children were kept in the basement, there is paranormal activity reported but not on such a specific basis as the internet legend details.
Thoughts: The reason this establishment is being rated as confirmed is because of the sheer number of offline reports of the building being haunted, especially by visitors of the Olde Pink House restaurant, otherwise because it does not live up to its internet legend it would be marked "Undecided".Tags: The Olde Pink House