Georgia Ghost Stories: Forsyth Park Inn

Forsyth Park Inn was originally known as the 鈥楥hurchill Manor鈥 and built for Captain Aaron Churchill who settled in Savannah in the early 1890s after leaving Nova Scotia for the warmer weather in Savannah. Aaron Churchill began transporting cotton in and out of Savannah. He did so well that he began investing in cotton plantations…

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Madison Square (Savannah, Georgia)

Madison Square is where General William Techumseh Sherman sent President Abraham Lincoln a telegraph presenting him with the city of Savannah for Christmas 1864. It’s also home to a mass grave from the American Revolution as well as one of the most haunted houses in Georgia. Join us as we take a deep dive into…

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Calhoun Square

In the heart of Savannah, Georgia you will find Calhoun Square. Named after John C. Calhoun, a prominent politician from South Carolina the square was laid out in 1851. In the square you will find some of the most haunted buildings in the Low Country. But it’s not just the old houses that are haunted,…

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The Marshall House (Savannah)

Built in 1851, the Marshall House was the most luxurious hotel in Savannah, Georgia of its time. But in 1864, when General Sherman marched the Federal army into Savannah, he took over the building and used it as a hospital for his men. Today the Marshall House is once again a hotel but some of…

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The Gribble House

On December 10, 1909 one of the most gruesome murders in Georgia’s history took place in Savannah. After hearing moaning coming from the boarding house of Eliza Gribble police discovered two dead women and another knocking on death’s door. What police discovered sent them on a wild goose chase that may or may not have…

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