Grove Point Plantation

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At the plantation, folks say you can can hear unexplained voices and see a mysterious mist that may follow you.

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2298 Grove Point Road
Savannah, Georgia 31419
United States

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31.95218089803678, -81.2035717069557
Chatham County, Georgia
Nearest Towns:
Georgetown, GA (2.6 mi.)
Montgomery, GA (4.8 mi.)
Vernonburg, GA (5.0 mi.)
Richmond Hill, GA (5.9 mi.)
Isle of Hope, GA (8.6 mi.)
Skidaway Island, GA (9.3 mi.)
Thunderbolt, GA (10.6 mi.)
Savannah, GA (10.9 mi.)
Pooler, GA (11.6 mi.)
Garden City, GA (11.6 mi.)

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  1. Went out and heard a woman screaming. Made it to the little shack and a rock hit me in the back and started hearing whispering. Somethin was in the woods and sounded like the trees were breaking.

  2. It seems like you can spend the night at this place but I cant find a website to contact anyone about it ! does anyone know how I could do that ?

  3. How do you get in? When I drove by it was behind a locked gate with cameras. When I checked the website there were no hours of operation or contact information

  4. I live about 2 miles away from this location and walk on the trails in the woods to the right of the property. A few years ago, there was no gate to the entrance of this property but I have crept onto it in the late evening out of curiosity as to what all was back there. It’s very creepy and on this property there are trails off into the woods off the right side of the long road that leads further onto the property. One of these trails leads to an old cemetery that overlooks the marsh. The first and ever since then its the last time I went to this cemetery back there, I really sensed a very sad and creepy presence back there. The hairs on my arm stood up and I left fast.
    No, I have never seen a ghost but have experienced my share of unexplainable occurences. Supposedly, slaves once lived, worked and died in georgetown. The woods I mentioned at the start of this comment also have many, many trails as well as abandoned old red-brick ‘ruins’. I’m naturally an adventurer/explorer by nature and often venture off alone. As for this supposed haunted location: keep away. Something malevolent lurks back there.

    • My friend own the plantation and I have stayed their twice the cemetery has a very interesting story it dates back to the 1800

  5. A friend and I drove down to see because we had heard stories and about a half a mile away from the gate we saw a light that looked similar to that of a hanging lantern moving up and down slowly. We both got nervous and turned around and looked back to see that the light had gone off. Coincidence..hmm I doubt it.

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