Called “the most paranormal city in America,” Savannah is a mecca for those seeking a haunted experience. If you’re one of the many visitors interested in the haunted reputation of our city, we invite you to enjoy Savannah's Haunted History from The Eliza Thompson House on historic Jones Street. Built in 1847, our house has just enough creaks and nuances to fit right in with the spirit of spooks in Savannah.
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Over the years, The Eliza Thompson House has had its share of ghostly sightings, including Confederate soldiers in an upstairs window and a young girl wearing a white dress in the hallway. Whether it's actually haunted or not, we think this 1847 home is the perfect place to capture the spirit of haunted Savannah, and enjoy some of the spooky fun Savannah celebrates.
If you wish to indulge in some of Savannah's ghostly folklore and happenings, we'll be happy to assist you with arranging one of the many Savannah Ghost Tours.
Featured in The South Magazine's Savannah Paranormal Investigation
A few year back, writers from The South Magazine included The Eliza Thompson House in an investigation of paranormal activity in Savannah. The writers stayed awake throughout the night to study this historic home. The resulting article, titled "Fright Night," was the subject of much conversation and speculation on the spirits that inhabit Savannah's older homes. Using their own "Fright-O-Meter" scale to compare the houses researched, the writers concluded that The Eliza Thompson House was a 4.5 out of 5.