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Haunted Savannah - Ghostly Inns, Restaurants, and Cemetaries


Savannah Ghost Tours
Savannah's Ghosts & Gravestones
Your voyage will take you throughout Savannah’s historic district, focusing on some of Savannah’s most haunted sites, eerie legends and frightening residents. Your Ghost Host will entertain you with their expert storytelling and knowledge of all things “shadowy and sinister.” One never knows what one might encounter when you “cross-over” aboard Ghosts & Gravestones.

Then climb aboard the Trolley of the Doomed and travel past ancient cemeteries, (those still standing and those that have fallen victim to the passage of time and progress), antebellum mansions, and lush squares ripe with live oaks dripping with Spanish moss. Drive by the sites of some of the bloodiest battlegrounds in history, where you may hear echoes of battles and the spirits that remain.
 
Sixth Sense Savannah
In 2002, smashing all of the barriers, the Sixth Sense Savannah tour became the first tour to go well beyond the usual touring areas and subject matter, starting in a neighborhood, where locals, family, friends, chose to share their personal ghost stories, exclusively with the company founder. Covering topics of poltergeist, hag, exorcism, missing cemeteries, disembodied spirit forms, and many others, this pioneering tour is arguably our customer's favorite and best known walking ghost tour in the city. If you're just looking to whet your appetite with all of this, or want to dive full on in, the Sixth Sense Savannah tour has got you covered and will astonish, start to finish! Voted one of TripAdvisor.com's Top Activities in Savannah!

Ghosts of Savannah Walking Tour
Ghosts of Savannah Walking Tour was created by local legend, Savannah historian, and paranormal researcher, R. Chase Anderson over three decades of personal encounters and vast historical, and paranormal research. Walk moss-shrouded Victorian side streets, lanes, and out of the way places with veteran Ghost-Guide historians, Mr. Chase and J.P. McDonald. Explore Civil War and Revolutionary War hauntings, African Hoodoo, Irish, and Native American beliefs and practices. Reach deeper into America's most haunted city on a path that leads to a deeper and broader experience of what and who Ghosts are.

 
Savannah's Historical Buildings
Many of Savannah’s old buildings have survived and been restored including the Pirates’ House (1754), an old seaman’s inn mentioned in Stevenson’s Treasure Island; the Herb House (1734), the oldest existing building in Georgia, and the Pink House (1789), site of Georgia’s first bank. The mansion birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, (built 1819-21) is owned and operated by the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. as a memorial to their founder. The Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences opened in Savannah as one of the South’s first public museums. The many restored churches include the Lutheran Church of Ascension (dating from 1741); the Independent Presbyterian Church (1890) and the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist (1876), one of the largest Roman Catholic churches in the South, the First African Baptist Church whose congregation dates back the 1788 and Temple Mickeve Israel, the third oldest Synagogue in America.

As the Millennium turned, Savannah experienced resurgence in tourism. The 1990′s saw more than 50 million people visit our fair city. Visitors revel in our elegant architecture, ornate ironworks, fountains and lush green squares. Savannah’s natural beauty is rivaled only by the city’s hospitable reputation, creating one of the country’s most popular vacation spots. Guests who come to our city are truly captivated by our city’s charm, the richness of our heritage and all the activities the city offers every day of the year.

 
 

 











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