Savannah Terrors Blog

Hamilton-Turner Inn

Posted on February 25, 2020

Introduction The Hamilton-Turner Inn might be one of the oldest inns in Savannah, Georgia. But it’s still one of the best places to crash when you explore this historic city by the Atlantic Ocean. ... Read More

Factor’s Walk

Posted on February 22, 2020

Introduction If you are looking for a place to check out all of the boutique shops, restaurants, art galleries, and everything in between in Savannah, Georgia then you may want to check out Factor’... Read More

Colonial Park Cemetery

Posted on February 19, 2020

You may know Colonial Park Cemetery as one of the most-aged places in the city. Plus, this is also known as one of the most haunted places in Savannah as well. The cemetery was first established durin... Read More

17Hundred90 Inn

Posted on February 16, 2020

This restaurant and inn are supposedly haunted by several different spirits. People who have gone here always know what to look for. With that being said, the most commonly known spirit is named Anna.... Read More

The Most Haunted Hotels in Savannah

Posted on October 30, 2019

The Most Haunted Hotels in Savannah  When you go on vacation, a hotel and lodging are usually just a means to an end. Rarely do you recount to friends your adventures at the local chain hote... Read More

Top Ten Most Haunted Places in Savannah

Posted on September 14, 2019

Top Ten Most Haunted Places in Savannah, GA  Savannah, Georgia is one of the South’s oldest cities, home to beautiful Antebellum architecture and historic battle sites—as well as a host ... Read More

The Most Haunted Houses of Savannah: The Hampton Lillibridge House

Posted on June 8, 2018

Savannah is haunted. It’s not even a controversial thing to say, NYC is hot in the summer, Boston is cold in the winter, and as sure as Chicago is windy, virtually every street in Savannah is haunte... Read More

Oglethorpe Square

Posted on May 23, 2018

Oglethorpe Square was laid out in 1742 and was originally called Upper New Square. It was later renamed for the founder of Georgia, General James Oglethorpe. It is home to a monument for Moravian miss... Read More

The Foley House Inn

Posted on May 23, 2018

The Foley House Inn was built in 1896 by a widow named Honoria Foley. Her bed and breakfast is the first bed and breakfast in Savannah. Legend actually speaks of Mrs. Foley murdering one of her guests... Read More

Wright Square

Posted on May 21, 2018

Wright Square was laid out in 1733 with the making of the city of Savannah. It is one of the oldest squares in Savannah. The square was originally named Percival Square, after the man who is believed ... Read More