Zelda Fitzgerald loved a good party back in the 1920s and ’30s, and perhaps she still does.

“Zelda is still there,” said Lesley Ann Hyde, owner and founder of Southern Ghost Girls.

If you look and listen closely, you might feel a presence from the late Montgomery native formerly known as Zelda Sayre — a socialite, novelist, painter and playwright — at the museum that used to be the home she shared with her husband, F. Scott Fitzgerald, author of “The Great Gatsby.” They lived there from 1931 until spring of 1932.

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