Gracie Watson

Gracie Watson

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Tragic Story of Conrad Aiken

Tragic Story of Conrad Aiken

Early Years One of the rarely told stories on Savannah Ghost Tours is that of Conrad Aiken. Conrad Aiken was born in 1889 and lived on  Oglethorpe St. in Savannah, GA. Conrad Aiken was the son of wealthy parents who had moved to Savannah, where his father became a...
Ghost of the Owens-Thomas House

Ghost of the Owens-Thomas House

On one of our Savannah Ghost Tours you may notice the grand home looking down on Oglethorpe Square sits as one of the finest examples of Regency architecture in Savannah. The Owens-Thomas house, designed by architect William Jay, was completed for cotton merchant and...

Looking for Ghosts in Savannah

Looking for Ghosts in Savannah As a fan of all things ghostly is it hard to think of a better town to live in than Savannah Georgia. Being a ghost tour company operator certainly has its perks as well. For example, I can go look for ghosts in the most haunted town in...

An Exorcism in Savannah

On East Byron Street sat a home built in 1796 by a man from Rhode Island named Hampton Lillibridge. The house, complete with a Widow’s Walk, looks like it would be right at home in a New England town, not downtown Savannah. After Mr. Lillibridge died, his wife...