Ghost Tours in Savannah
By Viator, June 2018
- The Gribble House was the scene of a gruesome triple axe murder in 1909. While the original house was demolished, the ghosts of those killed supposedly still haunt the new property.
- The 17Hundred90 Inn, built in 1790, is believed to be haunted by the ghost of a 16-year-old girl named Anna who tragically died of suicide.
- More than a few ghosts are rumored to haunt the Andrew Low House in Lafayette Square.
- Savannah’s Colonial Park Cemetery serves as the final resting place for more than 9,000 people, including many victims of yellow fever in the 1800s.
- Moon River Brewing Company occupies one of the oldest and most haunted buildings in the city; its legendary upper level is particularly spooky.
- During Savannah ghost tours at Perkins & Sons Ship Chandlery in the River Street historic district, costumed actors bring to life the spooky stories of Savannah’s haunted past.