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#1 Ghost Tour - Online Ghost Tour - Johnson Square

03 Johnson Square

Johnson Square, located on Bull Street and just South of Bay Street, is the first and and largest square in Savannah. Around the square are Christ Episcopal Church and several banks. It was laid out in 1733 and…
#1 Ghost Tour - Wright Square Marker

04 Wright Square

Wright Square is located on the Bull Street corridor, and is the 2nd Square south from the Savannah River. Some say it is the most haunted square in Savannah because it was once the location of the gallows…
#1 Ghost Tour Tomochichi

05 Tomochichi’s Grave

Tomochichi was the Chief (Mico) of the Creek Indian tribe that lived in the Savannah area before the arrival of General Oglethorpe in 1733. Historians suppose that Chief Tomochichi was born about 1644. Around the year 1728, Chief…
#1 Ghost Tour - Savannah Theatre

10 Savannah Theatre

The Savannah Theatre is located at 222 Bull Street overlooking the northeast corner of Chippewa Square. It was designed by William Jay and was originally an example of the Regency style. It opened in December of 1818,…
#1 Ghost Tour - McDonough's Pub

11 McDonoughs Pub

McDonough’s Pub is located at 21 McDonough Street on the corner of Drayton Street. The building 1 block East of Chippewa Square where the statue of General James Edward Oglethorpe seems to be watching over the city from…
#1 Ghost Tour - DeSoto Hotel

14 DeSoto Hotel

Located in the center of the downtown Savannah historic district at 15 East Liberty Street, the current, and recently modernized, DeSoto Hotel is convenient to everything. This hotel was built on the site of the original Hotel DeSoto…
#1 Ghost Tour - Madison Square Marker

15 Madison Square

Madison Square is certainly one of the most scenic spots in Savannah with the majestic live oak trees and flowering azaleas. The square was named for James Madison, the fourth president of the United States. Featured in the…
#1 Ghost Tour

18 Casimir Pulaski Grave

Casimir Pulaski is a hero of the Revolutionary War. He died near Savannah about October 9, 1779 after being wounded in battle. He is buried in the center of Monterey Square under his tribute Memorial. Tour Members see…
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