Georgia Haunted Houses
The haunted houses in Georgia often speak of ghosts and gravestones because of the state’s reputation for ghoulish interactions. Many of the worst battles of the Civil War took place in the state. Oakland Cemetery offers a Confederate side on their grounds where visitors often hear names being called out in a roll call – and responses occur. The 19th century Kennesaw House is in the historic town square of Marietta. It serves as a museum, but that hasn’t changed the levels of paranormal activity visitors can experience. A common incident that occurs is having the elevator doors open to a military field hospital. Up to 700 spirits might be active at this location. Your spirit will have a lot of fun visiting the haunted houses in Savannah and throughout the state. The stories told through these events can give you a fright as the world approaches the fun found on Halloween night.