Though Savannah is known for many of the ghosts still roaming its historic streets, no ghost is a recognizable as Little Gracie, the little girl who lost her life over a century ago.
Today, Little Gracie's statue and grave can be found in Bonaventure Cemetery. But as for the details of her death, and the paranormal activity linked back to her, the ghost story goes a little something like this...Read more about the story of Little Gracie
One of the most well-known ghost stories in Savannah is the story of Alice RIley. Believed to have been hanged in Wright Square, for murder, Alice RIley was the first woman sentenced to death in Savannah.
Part of her story is well known. The rest of her story is subject to intense debate. Was she really pregnant when she was hanged? And is her ghost actually haunting Wright Square?Read more about the story of Alice Riley
Throughout Savannah's early history, the people who settled here were under constant threat of death from a multitude of diseases. Perhaps none of these were more feared than Yellow Fever.
Here at Ghost City, we whole-heartedly believe that the number of deaths because of disease have contributed to Savannah being as haunted as it is.Read more about Disease and Death in Savannah
American Horror Story's Coven is beloved by thousands--but what if we told you that they got all of it wrong? That Marie Laveau and Madame Delphine LaLaurie probably would never met? Or that the truth, in this case, is definitely stranger than any TV show could script?
New Orleans is a hotbed for tragedy, violence and, always, ghosts. We've brought you the truth behind American Horror Story's fiction. And it is definitely more gritty than the show.Read more about American Horror Story's Famous Characters
Once upon a time, a ship carrying young women arrived at the Port of New Orleans, intended for marriage.
But, after months aboard the ship, the women became increasingly sick. When they arrived to the Port, the rumors immediately started. Vampires, people said in hushed whispers...but are vampires actually roaming the streets of New Orleans? What is the truth beyond this fanged legend?Discover the truth about the Casket Girls
Perhaps the most famous murderer in New Orleans' history, the Axeman of New Orleans is well documented.
After all of this time, nobody knows who the Axeman was. While there are many theories about who this mystery murdered was, there was never a conviction. In this article we dive into the history of the Axeman articles which took place in New Orleans.Read about the Axeman of New Orleans
Most people associate Mardi Gras with parades, drinking, and good times. However the history of Mardi Gras has some dark areas...
Check out our article on the Dark Side of Mardi Gras, and why some of the traditions associated with Mardi Gras have their roots in less 'happy' times.Read about the dark side of Mardi Gras
New Orleans is known for many things, but perhaps the city’s greatest legacy is its ghosts. The Cities of the Dead, as New Orleans is affectionately known as, is one of the most haunted cities in the world.
But, just because the city is indeed haunted doesn’t mean every ghost story that is told is true. In fact, New Orleans has so many ghost stories that they couldn’t all possibly be real. These type of stories are usually just made up by local businesses to bring in tourists.Read more about the Five (Un)True New Orleans Ghost Stories
The story of Zack and Addie is one of New Orleans' most infamous murder suicides.
On our Killers and Thrillers Ghost Tour we respectfully mention this story - however many of you have wanted to learn more about the story of Zack and Addie. Click on through to read more about their story.Read more about the tragic story of Zach and Addie
Witchcraft has always been a part of the culture of New Orleans. Even though it may not be as well-known as Voodoo, there are plenty of real-world witches residing in New Orleans, even today.
In this article, by our General Manager Gretchen Upshaw, we dive a little into the practice of witchcraft and how it relates to the culture of New Orleans - and what it means to be a real witch.Learn more about Witchcraft in New Orleans
New Orleans is a city known for its vice and crime. A century ago, brothels lined nearly every street in the French Quarter. And the madams who worked them were unscrupulous women--they grabbed men off the streets, stealing their wallets or, worse, taking their lives.
Today, these brothels no longer exist as they once were (thank goodness), but the spirits of these madams still linger. For those who've had encounters with them, it seems that these women are up to their old tricks. Would you dare to meet one?Read more about the ghosts of New Orleans' former Brothels
It seems that at nearly every turn, we hear of a little boy haunting this hotel or the spirit of a young girl seen whisping down a hallway.
This begs the question: who are the children haunting New Orleans? Ghost City has compiled the most famous ghostly children in the city. After all, sometimes encountering a ghostly child is more spooky than anything else.Discover the ghostly children of New Orleans
They say that New Orleans is haunted. They say that New Orleans is the most haunted city in America. We hear of the Madame LaLaurie's and the famed pirate ghost Jean Lafitte, but what of the other, lesser known spirits that lurk in the streets of the French Quarter?
These are the city's secret spirits...those who pass by unnoticed by tourists and many locals. Are you ready to make their ghostly acquaintance?Discover the secret ghosts of New Orleans