Sorrel-Weed House - Savannah, GA - Scores 6/6

You know I'll have to do the most haunted cities when I'm done with my research and Savannah will be one of the toppers.

Conditions at the Sorrel-Weed House are ideal for a haunting. It was built in the late 1830s and saw host to many get togethers with famous politicians and military leaders. There was even a suicide in the house. Those who love "Ghost Hunters" might vaguely remember the 2005 Halloween special (can't find that on DVD--darnit!) They captured a woman screaming and pleading for help, believed to be the ghost of a slave woman.

Here's how it breaks down:

1. Land is sandstone/limestone/sediment.
2. Block construction.
3. Death.
4. Older than 50 years.
5. Near train tracks.
6. Near river.

I can't wait to add up the hard evidence for haunting compared to its score, but I suspect it's probably going to hold strong.


  1. I have family living in Georgia and plan to visit sometime next year. Savannah is definately on our list of places to visit.

  2. Oh boy! Oh boy! That's going to be fantastic--lucky you!

  3. I have been to Savannah many times and have actually done a tour of the Sorrel Weed House. It is a beautiful old home and has a lot of history behind it. For the meager amount it costs to do the tour it is worth it if you are a history buff at the very least.
    After doing the tour I also saw the Halloween special episode of the Ghost Hunters tour and heard the EVP of the slave woman's violent death. That was really creepy!!


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