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Hotels in Georgia That are Really Haunted

If you're feeling particularly brave, and you're not afraid of what goes bump in the night, then spending an evening at one of Georgia's Haunted Hotels is the perfect way to test your bravery. As many legends begin, it was a dark and stormy night when many of the Haunted Hotels across Georgia gained their supernatural status, and many of these haunted hotels claim that visitors can still see, hear, and even touch the phantoms that plague their properties. Haunted Hotels can be a ton of fun to stay at, but if you're weak of heart, don't plan on sleeping through the night!
 
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  •   Barnsley Gardens Resort Adairsville, GA
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    This resort was built back in 1844 by Godfrey Barnsley. The ruins of the mansion are rumored to be haunted by Godfrey himself, his wife Julia, and a Confederate soldier who may be Colonel Robert Earle. Earle was killed on the resort grounds during the Civil War. Read More

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  •   River Street Inn Savannah, GA
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    An employee of the inn has reported seeing a spirit of a man in tan pants, white shirt and a derby hat. Read More

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  • Ballastone Inn Savannah, GA
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    This mansion-turned-inn was built in 1838 and is a popular spot for some mysterious happenings. Some reports say the ghost of Sarah Anderson, the original owner's wife, has appeared. She has been seen in the hallways of the second floor, in the elevators, the laundry room and near the front door. People say the building's long history may be what sparked the creepy activity. Before it... Read More

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  •   Jekyll Island Club Hotel Jekyll Island, GA
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    If staying at this grand historic hotel, chances are you'll come across the ghosts of the servants and the many millionaires that have stayed here. People have reported witnessing many spirits in maid uniforms or top hats and cloaks. Rumor has it that footsteps and noises can be heard coming from the dining room after it has been closed for the night. Read More

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  •   Windsor Hotel Americus, GA
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    This hotel was built in 1892 and once featured 100 rooms and a 3-story atrium, but it closed in the 1970's. It has since reopened and now has 53 guest rooms. The hotel was the site where Franklin D. Roosevelt gave a speech in 1928, prior to him becoming governor of New York. The spirit that reportedly haunts the hotel is that of a small girl, believed to be the daughter of a former... Read More

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  •   Toomsboro Historic Hotel Toomsboro, GA
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    Strange lights and spirits have been seen by staff and guests of the hotel along with some weird noises. Things vanished and went missing during the renovations of the old hotel and workers reported seeing figures standing at windows or at the ends of the hallways. Read More

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  •   The Eliza Thompson House Savannah, GA
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    The Eliza Thompson House was built in 1847 and was the home to cotton dealer Joe Thompson and his wife, Eliza. The couple had seven children, so when Joe was killed in 1855 when a horse kicked him, Eliza was left alone to raise their children. The home is now an inn and those who have stayed the night have seen a ghostly woman in white and a Confederate soldier's spirit, and have heard... Read More

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  •   The Marshall House Savannah, GA
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    This hotel was build in 1851 and is said to be Savannah's oldest where many haunts reside. The building was once used as a Civil War hospital and also saw a yellow fever epidemic. Reports have stated that the bones found under the floorboards during renovations were the amputated limbs of soldiers. Weird activity has been known to happen here including faucets and lights working by... Read More

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  •   The Partridge Inn Augusta, GA
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    This inn was built in 1836 as a private home and has had a long history of renovations and conversions. The inn is said to be haunted by a ghostly bride wearing an 1800's style wedding dress. It is rumored that she died of a broken heart here when her fiance was killed. Her name is Emily. Read More

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  •   Riverview Hotel St. Mary's, GA
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    The Riverview Hotel is a popular spot for famous people, including Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Admiral Chester Nimitz and Senator Richard Russell. Room 8 is rumored to be haunted by a male spirit, one time during a power outage, the lights in the room mysteriously stayed on. Read More

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  •   Hamilton Turner Inn Savannah, GA
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    This 1873 mansion was built by Samuel Pugh Hamilton for his family and it was the first Savannah home that had electricity, installed in 1883. Those on the inn's staff had stated a cigar-smoking man was seen on the roof, and they have heard unexplained sounds of billiard balls rolling on the upper floors and children laughing. The book, “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil”... Read More

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  •   Olde Harbour Inn Savannah, GA
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    The Olde Harbour Inn was originally built in 1812 but was destroyed in a fire in the 1890's. The owners rebuilt it over the original foundation and it was an oil company and blue-jean factory until it closed, and was vacant for more than two decades. It opened as the upscale Old Harbour Inn in 1987 and the staff tell stories of a ghost named Hank who smells as if he smokes cigars. It... Read More

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  •   East Bay Inn Savannah, GA
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    Charlie, a former worker is rumored to haunt the inn. He reportedly fell to his death from a third story room and it is apparent that he haunts the room to this day. Room 325 is Charlie's Room and is where most of the haunting activity has occured. Reports say he may be heard walking in the hallways late at night and jiggling the doorknobs. People say the lights flicker and their... Read More

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  •   Foley House Inn Savannah, GA
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    This home was built in 1896 by a rich Irish immigrant's widow, Honoria Foley. Nearly a century later in 1987, the owners were doing renovations when they found a skeleton tucked behind a wall. It was believed to belonged to a rich boarder who disappeared in the 1800's. Some say that he was killed for his money. Employees at the inn have seen a ghostly man in a top hat wandering around... Read More

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  •   Village Inn Bed and Breakfast Stone Mountain, GA
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    This bed and breakfast was once used as a Civil War hospital in the 1830's and is the site of many eerie events. People have witnessed spirits, including that of an African American man singing and/or whistling, unexplained sounds of footsteps, slamming doors and Morse code. Read More

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  •   York House Inn Rabun Gap, GA
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    This inn is Georgia's oldest continuously operating inn, since 1896. In its 120 years, it has seen both births and deaths! It is rumored by different employees that a Civil War soldier smokes cigars in one room and several children play in the inn. Haunt Hunters have visited and found a girl named Sarah and a variety of others that are apparently pleased with the current owners of the... Read More

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  •   Southern Oaks Inn Lavonia, GA
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    This inn was orginally built by Charles P. Ray in 1918 and he later died in the upstairs room. The current owners believe he is the ghost that haunts the place. Spirits of a man and woman have been seen, and creepy footsteps have been heard. Workers have reported that loaves of bread have been tossed through the kitchen and furniture is moved repeatedly. The ghost are known to play... Read More

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  •   Forsyth Park Inn Savannah, GA
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    In the 1890's, this inn began as a private home and was owned by Canadian sea captain Aaron Flint "Rudder" Churchill. He died in the home and it was then converted to a boarding house and then an apartment building. It became an inn in the 1980's. It has been rumored that the captain's adopted niece, Lottie, 14, haunts the inn to this day. The legend goes as follows - the captain's wife... Read More

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  • Kehoe House Savannah, GA
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    This gorgeous Queen-Anne-style mansion was built for William Kehoe in 1892 and is now a Bed and Breakfast. The home is rumored to have a couple of spirits. Ghosts of children have been seen around the grounds as well as that of the Lady in Gray who reportedly haunts room 203. The lady ghost is said to be sweet and people who have stayed in that room have said their hands have been... Read More

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