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Top Five Haunted locations in Georgia

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In the state of Georgia, you’ll find plenty of spooky places to visit. This state is famous for some of the scariest places in the world. Many haunted houses are located in Georgia because the state is so rich in history. However, most of the creepiest places in the state of Georgia are located in Savannah. This shouldn’t be a surprise, considering that Savannah is often considered to be one of the most haunted cities in America.

You are likely to find a haunted house that will send chills down your spine no matter where you go in Savannah. Check out these top five haunted places in Georgia.

5. Savannah, Old Candler Hospital/Morgue Tunnel. 
The Candler Hospital was built back in the year 1804. The giant “Candler Oak” that can still be found there is related to a ghost story. There have reported apparitions of hanged people.

4. Savannah, The Pirate’s House.
The inn caring this name was opened back in the year 1753. Visitors can still hear strange voices resonating from the tunnel under the inn. Apparitions have also been reported in the restaurant located upstairs.

3. Mount Berry, Berry College. 
This site has reported a lot of paranormal activity. People reported hearing organ music in an old cemetery, as well as strange footsteps and disembodied crying. A girl is reported to haunt the place as a glowing green light. Other creepy things at Berry College include footsteps, strange music and crying in the empty church.

2. Atlanta, the Masquerade Nightclub. 
There are reports of many ghostly apparitions, including a big and tall man who was seen wandering around. Staff also report feeling cold and hearing phantom footsteps.

1. Savannah, Moon River Brewing Company. 
This famous microbrewery was once a City Hotel. It’s being said that the building now houses many aggressive spirits that manifest as scary, ghostly apparitions.


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