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The Pirates' House - Real Haunts in Savannah GA

  • 20 E. Broad St.
  • Savannah, GA
  • (912) 233-5757
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This tavern style building was build back in 1753 and was originally a sailors' pub. Some say that the ghost of Captain Flint of "Treasure Island" died upstairs, while others believe he is just a fictional character. Regardless of what they say, something appears to be quite active on the second floor of the home. Rumor has it that members of a ghost-hunting association came to check out the restaurant after hearing about its hauntings. It was reported that they were so scared by all the eerie things happening that most of them left, leaving their research unfinished! On some evenings, murder mystery dinner shows are performed by the Savannah Community Theatre.
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  • Felt nothing

    It's a supposedly haunted restaurant and supposedly good food. I wasn't impressed with the food let alone anything paranormal. But it is historic, so there is that.

    Posted 7/25/22

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