Rose Hall is a Georgian mansion in Montego Bay, Jamaica. The most famous occupant of the house was Annie Palmer, the White Witch.
Rose Hall is also known for holding séances to try and conjure her spirit and gain answers about the mysterious deaths of her husbands and fanciful legends of underground tunnels, bloodstains and hauntings that surround it. There is little evidence to support the legend other than a version of which was written by H. G. de Lisser in his 1928 novel The White Witch of Rose Hall.
Rose Hall was bought in 1965 by former Miss USA Michele Rollins and her entrepreneur husband John Rollins. They refurbished Rose Hall at great personal expense and conceptualized a tour that showcase Rose Hall's slave history, antique splendor and original fittings.