Haunted Savannah Georgia
Haunted Savannah, Hauntings in Savannah are an all too common happening. Why do you think there are soo many ghost tour companies here in Savannah seeking for the ghosts which haunt our streets and buildings? In recent blog posts I have tried to shed some light on why Savannah is soo haunted. War, famines, disease outbreaks, natural disasters…Savannah has seen it all.
Now, what I am going to do is show you around to Savannah’s most well known haunted locations. While this is a great overview for the hauntings and ghosts of Savannah, nothing can replace a high quality ghost tour. When you’re ready to take a haunted ghost tour of Savannah let us know. Until then, enjoy this list of the most haunted places in Savannah Georgia.
Some of Savannah’s Most Haunted Locations
Colonial Park Cemetery
Considered by many to be one of the most haunted, if not the most haunted location in all of Savannah, Colonial Park Cemetery is a must see for any paranormal enthusiast while visiting Savannah Georgia.
The stories that involve Colonial Park are well known to most locals. What else is well known to locals is that most of the ghost stories about how haunted Colonial Park Cemetery is…are complete garbage.
Mercer Williams House
There are many mysteries surrounding the Mercer Williams House on Monterey Square. There have been all sorts of ghost stories and hauntings that come from this beautiful home. Of course some of them are nonsense, but some seem to have merit.
Featured in the famous book, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, the Mercer Williams house is a favorite tourist attraction in Savannah. Come out on our ghost tours and hear the haunted truths about the Mercer Williams House.
The Pirates House
The Haunted Pirate’s House Restaurant is situated in a building that is one of the oldest in Savannah. Stories about the ghosts that reside in the Pirate’s House are well known to Ghost Hunters in Savannah. There are tunnels that run from the basement of this haunted Savannah building to the river, adding to the mystery and intrigue that surround the Pirate’s House.
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The Ol’ Pink House
The Olde Pink House Restaurant in Savannah is one of the most haunted buildings in Savannah. You can sit down in the Habersham house and enjoy a world-class dinner while being surrounded by the spirits of Savannah’s past. One of the pervious owners of the house killed himself in the house. Is this the ghost people see in the haunted basement?
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432 Abercorn Street
Perhaps the most controversial haunted house in Savannah, the house at 432 Abercorn has captured the imaginations of paranormal fans and visitors to our ghost tours alike. However, most of the stories being told about the house at 432 Abercorn Street are downright lies and completely made up.
We attempt to tell the true stories of this haunted home.
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The Davenport House
The Davenport House, in historic Savannah, has one of the city’s most famous ghosts haunting the halls and rooms of the building. People have been reporting seeing a ghostly feline roaming the house for many years. Is this ghost cat for real or simply a figment of over-active imaginations? But, that isn’t the only ghost seen here.
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Madison Square is widely considered one of the most haunted outdoor locations in Savannah. Reports of shadow people and other ghostly figures have been reported in Madison Square. In the area of Madison Square there was fighting during the Battle of Savannah in the American Revolutionary War. Are these ghostly figures the ghost of war?
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The Kehoe House
Sitting on Columbia Square is the awe-inspiring Kehoe House. The Kehoe House is one of the most beautiful Bed and Breakfasts in the south..and if you believe the guests and staff at the Kehoe House, one of the most haunted. More than a few guests have awoken in the middle of the night to see a ghost standing at the end of their bed.
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River Street has always been a source of weird energy and ghostly tales, dating all the way back to the early days of Savannah’s history. The buildings which line River Street, most of them old warehouses, all seem to have a ghost or haunting inside. The buildings on River Street are a paranormal investigator’s playground to say the least.
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Andrew Low House
The story of the ghosts and hauntings at the Andrew Low House is an interesting one. The staff of the Andrew Low House have been known to tell people about their run-ins with the ghosts which have seemed to stay behind. And who could blame them? The house is beautiful. So, who are these ghosts that reside in the Andrew Low House?
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Factor’s Walk is certainly one of the most passed over areas in the historic district of Savannah. It is an area rich in history, intrigue…and ghosts. Sandwiched in between River Street and Bay Street, Factor’s Walk has seen more than its share of tragedy. Our tour groups often report ghostly activity in the cobblestone lined Factor’s Walk alley.
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Moon River Brewing
Few buildings in Savannah has such a reputation for the ghosts and hauntings inside than the Moon River Brewing Company. The building which houses Moon River dates back to 1820. It was the City Hotel. Many of the guests have forgotten to check out. When major TV shows come to your place to look for ghost, you know you have something special.
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In early Savannah, Wright Square was the site of much death and tragedy. You see, the gallows were at one point sitting in Wright Square. If you were sentenced to death, Wright Square is where you took your last breath. Today, many visitors to Savannah report all sorts of ghostly happenings in Wright Square. What really happens here?
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The ghost of Anne awaits visitors to the 17Hundred90 Inn. She is just one of the two famous ghosts which seem to haunt this Inn, Restaurant and Bar. If you’re feeling adventurous stay in Room 204, the room where Anne’s ghost has been seen the most. Even the dining area has a few ghost, including a former cook who was into Voodoo.
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Visit Haunted Savannah
The best way to take in all of the sites that Savannah has to offer is on a ghost tour.
Our World Famous Ghost Tours will take you to many of the most famous haunted locations in Savannah Georgia.
We have researched the ghosts and history of every location we visit on our ghost tours.