Savannah, Georgia is considered “America’s Most Haunted City” according to the American Institute of Parapsychology. To believers, it is no surprise that Savannah is the most haunted city. Homes, businesses, and roads sit on top of burial grounds of slaves, Native Americans, and colonists. Savannah has seen hurricanes, fires, battles, and yellow fever. Souls that were lost to these tragic events wander the city.
The Pirates House Restaurant is home to the souls of sailors that were sold into slavery on pirates ships. Sailors were smuggled out of the building by underground tunnels.
A bar known as the Moon River Brewing Company is housed in a 187 year old structure. A variety of spirits are here but no one can pinpoint just why the spirits chose this building.
Room 132 at the Eliza Thompson House is haunted by laughing children. The Eliza Thompson House is now a hotel. Almost everyone who stays in that room hears the laughter.
The 17Hundred90 Inn is haunted by Anna Powers who lived in the house during the 1800s. Her affair with a sailor did not go well and she threw herself out of a window. Her sad spirit haunts room 204.
So if you are down Savannah Georgia way these are some great places to check out.