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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

A South Georgia man's dream has finally become a reality.  

Robert Peacock, who's from Albany has created a show called Haunted Hathaways that is set to premier on Saturday on Nickelodeon. His new show tells the story of a mother and her two daughters who moved from New York to New Orleans into a home occupied by three ghosts.  Peacock says it's been a long time coming for his show, but he's glad it finally came to fruition.

"It seems like a long way to get to air which it is, and just feels like I finally got something on, you know I shot some pilots before, its you know, they shoot a lot of pilots and pick up very few, so it's a pretty good feeling," said Robert Peacock, Executive Producer, Haunted Hathaways.  

Haunted Hathaways premieres tomorrow night at 8:30.

 

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