Ghost Photo of the Day: Hair Monster

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The photo below appeared on Reddit a few days ago. Here’s the story behind the bizarre pic.

The OP and his wife had just checked into the Inn at Ellis Square in Savannah, GA (Room 423). It was the first night of the couple’s honeymoon, and the groom thought it would be funny to snap a photo of the bed. After all, the newlyweds expected to spend a lot of time there. According to the OP, the lights were on at the time of the photo and there was nothing visible to the naked eye. Other than the hairy pic, the newlyweds didn’t see anything strange during their stay, though a door seemingly opened by itself.

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Creepy Photo of the Day: The Ghost at 432 Abercorn Street

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This photo from bethdolgner.com shows what appears to be a forlorn looking child staring out the window of  Savannah’s famously haunted home at 432 Abercorn Street. Legend has it a girl died in the house after her father tied her to a chair and left her to die of heat exhaustion. Could this be her or is it merely a case of extreme pareidolia?

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Creepy Photo of the Day: The Woman in the Mirror

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A tourist snapped this photo outside the dining room window of Savannah’s 17Hundred90 Inn. The restaurant was reportedly closed for the night, with no one on the first floor, but the mirror clearly shows a woman’s reflection. Is it Anna, the infamous ghost of Room 204?

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Shadows and Ghost Blobs at Savannah’s 17Hundred90 Inn, Room 204

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On Wednesday, my husband and I drove to Savannah, Georgia for a night of beer and ghosts. We planned to complete a haunted pub crawl and stay in “the most haunted room” in the “most haunted hotel” in all of Savannah – the 17Hundred90 Inn, Room 204.

The legend, if you recall, involves a heartbroken woman named Anna who hurled herself from Room 204 sometime in the early 1800s. Anna’s spirit reportedly haunts the infamous suite, spooking guests by appearing at the foot at the bed in the middle of the night and moving objects from place to place. Guests have also startled awake to the sound of shattering glass or a frantic pounding at the door. Some say the unnerving events were so frequent a former inn keeper required 204 guests to sign a waiver acknowledging they were ineligible for a refund should they decide to leave early.

Here’s a rundown of our experience.

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