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