Savannah Terrors Blog

The Most Haunted Houses of Savannah: The Hampton Lillibridge House

Savannah is haunted. This is practically common knowledge in the American public imagination. Virtually every corner of Savannah is considered haunted, from places you’d expect, such as cemeteries a... Read More

Oglethorpe Square

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

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

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