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Hamilton Turner Inn - Real Haunt in Savannah GA

  • 330 Abercorn St.
  • Savannah, GA
  • (912) 233-1833
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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” mentioned the crazy parties that were thrown by one of the property managers, Joe Odom. The property was turned into an inn in 1997.
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