me my family and some friends went there early this morning after yet another unsucessful attempt to find ghosts we were yet again disapointed. we spent almost an hour there waiting to hear something. all we saw was the destruction and spray paint done to the bricks and some old man running down the road in a speedo. (yes he was wearing a speedo) (no he was not a ghost) and yes the bridges have been rebuilt and look amazing
Thomasville's history has been pretty well preserved concerning it's plantations. You want to know if its possible that the slave's story even happened, call the Historical society and ask when Millpond was originally built and what was there before 1906.
As slavery was abolished in the Civil War, any narrative involving slaves and owners after the 1860's is fiction.
It would make sense that the story is true but may not necessarelly have been called millpond plantation back when it happend. could have been just some random plantation and then someone baught it and named it that... anyways ive been studying about ghost and spirits and i plan to go out there with some audio and video equiptment. i hope to find some type of evedince.