Savannah, GA is home to one of the most haunted places in the state, Marshall House Hotel. Come Explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
Experience historic charm, Southern hospitality and possibly even supernatural phenomena at Savannah’s oldest hotel Marshall House. The Marshall House is the oldest hotel in Savannah. It was built in 1851 and housed Union soldiers during the American Civil War and also acted as a hospital three times. During building renovations, workers found human remains under the floorboards.
It’s easy to imagine spirits lurking in the corner of this historic location, which was taken over by Union General William T. Sherman during his march to the sea and used as a hospital for Federal Troops. Not only do guests claim to see the ghosts of Union solders, but they also report hearing and seeing ghosts of children in the hotel—some of which tickle the feet of sleeping guests. Guests also claim to hear Taps playing, having their pulse checked by invisible nurses in the night, and seeing uniformed men roaming the grounds.
This property was featured on Travel Channel's Haunted History.
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