Horace Williams House - Real Chapel Hill Haunt
Built in 1854 by Benjamin Hedrick, the house has gone through numerous owners in the past century and a half, now maintained by Preservation Chapel Hill for public meetings, events, and administrative tasks. The house is named for Horace Williams, a UNC professor (most famous for teaching author Thomas Wolfe) that owned the home from 1897 until his death in the 1940s. It is said that Williams' spirit still resides in his home.
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