Guests have the opportunity to take part in exclusive investigations of haunted properties in Savannah, Georgia. August 26-28, 2005
ORLANDO, FLORIDA, USA — Southern Ghosts will be hosting “A Weekend in Savannah” on August 26-28, during which guests will have the opportunity to explore what many believe to be the most haunted city in the South. Participants will act as paranormal field investigators as they explore haunted properties using high-tech equipment.
Guests will be staying in, and investigating, the elegant Planters Inn, located in historic Reynolds Square. Both employees and guests of the Inn have reported paranormal phenomena that include sightings of a woman dressed in a gown who moves about the floors, rearranging hanging pictures. Other apparitions have been seen wandering around the lobby late at night. Eyewitness accounts include apparitional sightings of a man carrying a body through the hotel and across to the square, mysterious sounds, moving orbs of light and unwanted bed guests.
Participants will also investigate the 1821 City Hotel building (now the Moon River Brewing Company), where Southern Ghosts has been granted after-hours access. The building is the perfect stereotype of a haunted house, as the top three floors have been basically uninhabited for more than 140 years! During an initial investigation of the property, Southern Ghosts captured an audio recording of a man’s voice saying “cold” and a woman’s voice making a distinct “sigh” in response to direct questions.
This exciting three-day, two-night package includes: Two-night’s lodging at the historic and haunted Planters Inn; a private, moonlight ghost tour of Savannah’s historic district; complimentary continental breakfasts; after-hours investigation of the 1821 City Hotel building; banquet-style dinner at the Moon River Brewing Company; use of high-tech equipment and surveillance van throughout the weekend; lecture on use of equipment conducted by AIP Field Investigator Scott Flagg; complimentary gift bags; and an investigation of the Planters Inn.