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Savannah is well-known as one of the spookiest cities in the South. If you’re intrigued by the rumors of hauntings and hoping for a spirit sighting yourself, be sure to add these chilling stops to your travel itinerary!

Stop by Colonial Cemetery where over 700 victims of the 1820 Yellow Fever Epidemic are buried in a mass grave. The area also served as the city’s dueling grounds during the 1700s and dueling ghosts are said to return to the site at night!


Take a ghost tour in a hearse for the perfect blend of history, horror, and hilarity!

Have a meal at The Pirates’ House and learn about the dark and dangerous past of Savannah’s seafaring visitors while you dine in this historic tavern.

Escape the Haunted Room with Escape Savannah and uncover the mystery before time runs out!

See the city by foot on a Haunted Pub Crawl and sample spirits while you search for spirits!

Head to Wright Square to look for the ghost of Alice Riley, who was hung there for her master’s murder in 1735, a crime for which she maintained her innocence.

Visit the ghosts of fallen soldiers at Old Fort Jackson and experience the daily cannon firings!

Have a pint at Moon River Brewing Company, where paranormal sightings are commonplace. The restaurant/brewery has been featured on Ghost Hunters and Ghost Adventures.

Visit the Sorrel-Weed House for an after-hours paranormal lock-in: all night investigation experience where you’ll get to explore the mansion firsthand!

Spot the ghost of James Habersham, the original owner of The Olde Pink House, who is said to light candles on the dining tables and neaten up the furniture while the servers’ backs are turned.

Find the statue of Little Gracie Watson at Bonaventure Cemetery, who died of pneumonia at age 6 in 1889. The statue is rumored to cry real tears!

Visit historic Factor’s Walk, where several apparitions and shadowy figures have been spotted.

Take a “frightseeing” tour by trolley with Ghosts and Gravestones.

Wherever your ghost-hunting takes you, tag your photos with #stayinsavannah and let us know your favorite haunted spots! Book your next visit today!

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