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    Posted March 17, 2014 by
    Savannah, Georgia

    Savannah Ghost Tours


    One of the most popular activities in the city, Savannah Ghost Tours continue to draw people interested in the paranormal and good olde story telling. Savannah became a popular travel destination in the mid 1990’s, after “the Book” came out. The book is ‘Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil’, which was also made into a Feature Film by Clint Eastwood. It revolves around a murder mystery and the characters the author met while living in Savannah.


    Soon after the city became a popular tourist destination, Savannah ghost tours became a very popular activity. There have been ghost stories in Savannah since the cities earliest days. Over the years it has been home to a wide variety of people from around the world, including many Pirates in the 1700’s. The city has a rough, tragic and majestic history. Leading many to believe the lost or lingering spirits from it’s past are still roaming the city today!


    While there have been many copy-cat tours pop-up over the last few years, one of the earliest and most interesting of the Savannah ghost tours is the ‘Ghost Hunters Tour’. The tour begins inside what many now call the “Most Haunted Home” in Savannah, the Sorrel-Weed House. The house has been featured on many television shows including ‘Ghost Hunters’ on the SyFy channel and ‘Most Terrifying Places in America’ on the Travel channel. The house is very popular with many of the paranormal investigation groups around the country, because it is the most consistently Paranormal Active building in Savannah.


    So if you are one of those people that would like to take a chance on actually having a paranormal experience, while on your Savannah ghost tour, then the ‘Ghost Hunters Tour’ is the one for you. If you think you would be to scared to go into a certified Paranormal active and Historic home, then there are several other tours available as well.


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