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Ballastone Inn - Real Savannah Haunt

  • 14 E. Oglethorpe Ave.
  • Savannah, GA
  • (912) 236-1484
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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 was an inn, the private home was also a boarding house and a bordello. Since it is built directly over a former cemetery, it may not be too surprising that Sarah wants to stick around!
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