The ghosts of Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah

Savannah is the home to some of the richest history in America. It is the oldest city in Georgia and it’s past is full of tangled and tragic events: bearing witness to both the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, the Southern city has seen in fact its fair share of death and catastrophe. The city of Savannah itself is a stunning place to take in, with cobblestone streets and antebellum architecture that are like no other location in America. The cemeteries across this coastal city have an abundance of reported spiritual…

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The ghost of Alice Riley and the legend spanish moss

If you go to any coastal town in the South, you’ll see huge, centuries-old live oaks with limbs covered in Spanish moss. From Myrtle Beach down through Charleston and Savannah, and on into Florida, the huge trees are the last living elements of the Antebellum South. These old sentinels even predate most of the haint that roam through the southern countryside, or rattle chains in the attics of local homes. Beyond this area, few probably know the story of Alice Riley and her connection to so called Spanish moss. She…

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432 Abercorn Street: one of Savannah’s most haunted houses between history and urban legends

For generations people have talked about one house in Savannah more than any other, with creepy tales of the past owner, Benjamin Wilson, becoming more and more different and rich in details with every decade that passes by. This house is known simply by its address: 432 Abercorn Street. The privately owned home (and not open to visitors) is a place of endless rumors that draw tourists from around the country, including rock star Alice “No More Mr. Nice Guy” Cooper. The story of 432 Abercorn begins in the year…

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