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Lake Carroll, Carrollton, Georgia USA
Georgia, USA
Lake Carroll is a reservoir in Carrollton, Georgia, the home of West Georgia College. The city’s population is around 25,000 and is known to many as the long time home of actress, Susan Heyward.
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