13 Nights of Halloween


Can you imagine a town rich with history that managed to escape the wrath of General Sherman’s fiery March to the Sea? What about a town full of antebellum homes? A town with mysterious cemeteries housing the remains of unknown confederate soldiers? Sounds like the perfect setting for a good ghost story… or several.

It’s never been easier to learn the history of a town such as Madison. One quick google search and you’ve got a wealth of information on the area and it’s past. But have you ever wondered about the not so publicized history? Dare we ask… the haunted history?

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If I’ve piqued your interest, you might want to tune in for thirteen delightfully frightful nights of Halloween, as the takeover is soon to begin on the MadisonGa Instagram page.

Follow along from October 18 to October 31, 2017 as we highlight some of MadisonGa’s creepiest shots!

Brave enough to experience the haunted history first hand?

Contact North Georgia Tours to arrange a spooky stroll through Madison’s Historic District. Listen to the unspoken and even undocumented stories of Madison, and what has been rumored to go “bump in the night.”



Thanks for reading, y’all! –




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