Haunted Georgia: Ghost Stories and Paranormal Activity from the State of Georgia by Sarah AshleyGeorgia has the reputation of being one of the most haunted places in America. Because of its age, its history, and its sometimes tragic experiences, there are plenty of tales, ghost stories and haunted locations that take creepiness to a whole new level.
Georgia was established in 1732 and is one of the oldest states in the U.S. As one of the original 13 colonies it is charming and beautiful, and is wreathed in history and culture. The city of Savannah, along the Georgia coast, not only holds the distinction of being the oldest city in Georgia, but is one of the oldest cities in the United States.
As any ghost hunter or researcher of paranormal activity will tell you, the older the location the more active the ghosts.
Georgia is also home to many Revolutionary War and Civil War battles as well as Pirate and Indian skirmishes, some of which are at the heart of the true ghost stories and hauntings within this book.
Join ghost hunter Sarah Ashley, as she shares with you some of the most popular locations in Georgia for haunted houses and ghosts. She will expose you to Georgias hot spots of paranormal mystery and activity such as the Pirate’s House in Savannah, Spook Bridge (yes that’s right) in Lowndes County and many more.
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Georgia is well known for being packed full of some of the creepiest places in the entire world. There is so much history at every turn that is really comes as no surprise that there are so many haunted buildings here. Savannah in particular is known to be one of the spookiest cities in the United States, if not the world.
The Most Haunted Places in Atlanta
You will be redirected to your dashboard shortly. We will also call you back in 24 hrs. Georgia beckons travellers from across the world to savour a slice of the quintessential American experience with stunning natural landscapes, charming historical towns and the legendary southern hospitality. Vibrant cities like Atlanta rub shoulders with quaint mountain towns, wine destinations like Dahlonega and historical gems like Savannah and Athens. Georgia is a land of pristine isles, abundant adventure and bountiful nature, with a generous sprinkle of great food and interesting festivals. The Peach State has also been the home of many bloody battles and tumultuous events that are an indelible part of its rich history. Thus it is no surprise that spooky stories of spirits, poltergeists and lost souls are an essential part of its culture and lore.
The South is known for its southern charm, especially in places like Charlotte , New Orleans , and Savannah. The latter was founded in , which means thousands flock to Georgia every year to take in the old buildings, walk the historic streets, and get a little taste of what colonial living might have been like. Underneath all the charm, however, there are stories of murder, tragedy, and mysterious hauntings. This is not a list of those places; this is a list of actually haunted places around Georgia that might give you a scare you we're never expecting. Good luck!
Do you believe in ghosts? When Halloween comes around, Atlanta has no shortage of spots to get your haunt on. Originally intended to be a Masonic lodge, the ,square-foot theater has seen a host of cast members, staff, and visitors over the years, which is bound to lead to hauntings. In October you can catch the annual Fox Theatre Ghost Tour and learn about the orbs that mysteriously appear in photos, shadows that eerily pass by, and Roosevelt who is one of the resident ghosts. Just south of downtown on the edge of Grant Park , Oakland Cemetery was established in and is the city's oldest public park. Originally just six acres, it grew to 48 by the late s thanks to the Civil War.
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