Now a trolley tour warehouse, the Gribble house is home to anywhere between 20-30 spirits. In 1909 one of the most diabolical murders in Savannah history happened at the site. In broad daylight on a Friday afternoon three women were brutally killed with an axe. Today the Gribble House is a Paranormal tour where guest can come in and use actual equipment to investigate the place. Voices can be heard, a shadow man is known to be seen running through the warehouse. People have walked out with scratches. A residual haunt known as the lady in white (a woman who appears to be in a wedding dress) is seen in one of the corners of the warehouse. One room known as the “Slave Quarters” (because that is what used to sit there) is the place where guest get the most activity. Being told to get out, being touched and having their hair played with. This place is one amazing haunted location in Savannah!
(Submitted by Braden W.)
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- 234 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
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- 32.0765301, -81.098048
- Chatham County, Georgia
- Nearest Towns:
- Savannah, GA (0.5 mi.)
Thunderbolt, GA (4.1 mi.)
Garden City, GA (4.2 mi.)
Whitemarsh Island, GA (5.8 mi.)
Port Wentworth, GA (6.3 mi.)
Isle Of Hope, GA (6.9 mi.)
Vernonburg, GA (7.8 mi.)
Wilmington Island, GA (8.9 mi.)
Pooler, GA (9.1 mi.)
Montgomery, GA (9.5 mi.)
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