The greatest of Jamaican great houses, the Rose Hall Great House has a story with all the elements of an engaging novel.
Built in 1770 by John Palmer and his wife, it eventually became the residence of their grandnephew, John Rose Palmer.
In 1820, Palmer married Annee, a beautiful but feisty English girl.
Little did John know that his young wife possessed “black magic” powers that would eventually lead to his demise. During her reign as mistress of the plantation, Annee did away with two more husbands and countless lovers.
“The White Witch of Rose Hall” has fascinated generations, and even today, there are those who claim to see Annee passing through the Great House.