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Sorrel–Weed House

Savannah, Georgia

A wife jumps to her death from a balcony after discovering her husband having an affair with a slave in 1861, and two weeks later the slave is found hanged; these are just two of the reasons this home is dubbed by some as the most haunted in Savannah. Built in 1836, this architecturally glorious antebellum home faces restored Madison Square in the city's historic district and was one of the first two homes designated as a Georgia state landmark, despite its paranormal reputation. Tourists can venture inside on tours for the architecture and antiques, or the ghostly activity.
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