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Sorrel-Weed House 1841, 6 West Harris St, Savannah. The house was built for Francis Sorrel (1793-1870), a wealthy shipping merchant. It has a reputation for being one of the most haunted buildings in Savannah. People claim to see figures in the windows and hear disembodied voices inside the house. The connecting carriage house behind the main house was said to have housed a female Afican-American slave who was murdered by a member of the family
Italy’s most ghoulish site, this crypt houses thousands of corpses, fully dressed and hung from hooks. The practice began in 1599 when local priests mummified a holy monk and allowed visitors. Soon regular residents of Palermo wanted to be remembered in this fashion. Bodies are arranged by gender and profession; their facial expressions often eerily visible.
According to the Travel Channel's America's Most Haunted, the Whaley House is the number one most haunted house in the United States. The house grounds was reportedly haunted even before the house was built and the family moved in. The first ghost to be reported was the ghost of James "Yankee Jim" Robinson who was hanged in 1852. He was hanged on the property that was the site of a gallows before Thomas Whaley purchased the property and built the house. For more info, visit whaleyhouse...