Most Haunted Spots in Savannah, Georgia

Savannah - Georgia - Haunted - Ghost
Savannah - Georgia - Haunted - Ghost

If you’ve visited Savannah, Georgia before, you know, they are a lot of things to do and see here. From the SCAD Museum of Art to the Tybee Island beach community, you could easily make a day of checking out Savannah. But perhaps one of the most entertaining attractions in this historic city would have to be its creepy and haunted parts. In fact, some have even dubbed Savannah America’s Most Haunted City.  So, let’s unpack the Most Haunted Spots in Savannah, Georgia. 

Savannah - Georgia - Haunted - Ghost

The Andrew Low House 

Located on Abercorn St in Savannah, The Andrew Low House has a rich history. From visits by Civil War General Robert E. Lee to visits from a ghostly butler, this house reportedly has an active ghostly life. According to former employees at the Andrew Low House, one of the most frequently spotted entities in the house is a butler named “Tom.” 

Tom seems to be a friendly ghost, content with his role as a butler. As such, objects are frequently moved in the house as if he’s trying to ensure things are put back where they belong. 

According to stories, the ghost of Robert E. Lee has also decided to make an eternal home of the Andrew Low House. Of course, this ghost never makes waves and seems content with just appearing occasionally. Be sure to take one of the many tours available here. 

The Hamilton-Turner Inn 

The Hamilton-Turner Inn rose to fame after featuring in The Garden of Good and Evil – a 1997 mystery thriller directed and produced by Clint Eastwood and starring John Cusack and Kevin Spacey. Spooky activities in this inn include laughing children and billiard balls rolling across the upper floors. There have also been sightings of a man sitting on the roof smoking cigars. 

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The Marshall House 

USA Today dubbed The Marshall House the most entertaining haunted house in the U.S. Since 1851. Located on East Broughton Street, the inn has been used as a hospital on two separate occasions. It was once to treat injured Union soldiers and twice for the 19th-century Yellow Fever epidemics.   

Guests at the hotel have reported hearing children running down the halls, seeing ghostly figures in the hallways, and faucets turning them on by themselves. 

17 Hundred 90 Inn and Restaurant 

The 17 Hundred 90 Inn and Restaurant is said to house three regular ghostly entities – a scorned woman, a slave cook, and a servant boy. As you sit down for dinner, you may hear the slave cook banging pots in the kitchen. 

You might catch a glimpse of the servant boy running through the house or spot Anna who haunted the upstairs guest rooms waiting for a reportedly lost love. Be sure to find your favorite haunted spot in Savannah. 

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