Hampton Lillibridge House

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This is a private house, so please do not trespass without permission. Some say the house was once the site of an exorcism. Apparitions of a man in a black suit and bow tie have been seen, and the sound of a scream has been heard. Rumor has it that during 1960s renovations, the workers were disturbed by disappearing tools and strange feelings of unease.

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    Geographic Information

    507 East St. Julian Street
    Savannah, GA
    United States

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    32.078279, -81.086096
    Chatham County, Georgia
    Nearest Towns:
    Savannah, GA (0.9 mi.)
    Thunderbolt, GA (3.8 mi.)
    Garden City, GA (4.7 mi.)
    Whitemarsh Island, GA (5.3 mi.)
    Port Wentworth, GA (6.7 mi.)
    Isle of Hope, GA (6.8 mi.)
    Vernonburg, GA (8.0 mi.)
    Wilmington Island, GA (8.4 mi.)
    Montgomery, GA (9.8 mi.)
    Pooler, GA (9.8 mi.)


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    1. I’ve had 2 odd experiences photographing the front of this house. The first one was taken with a 35mm Canon A1 in broad daylight. I took a full width picture of the front of the house and more pictures down the street. This was the 3rd or 4th frame on a new roll. When the pictures were developed, the frame had a partial double exposure. The left side of the frame clearly showed the Lillibridge house, but the right side had what appeared to be an overlaid double exposure from the next picture – exactly a half frame overlay. The odd part is that the next frame was perfect and there was no change in the frame spacing on the film strip nor did the next picture have any signs of a double or half frame exposure. This was on the end of a trip where I exposed 13 rolls of film (this was the 12th roll) and that 5 year old camera had never exhibited anything like that before or after.

      The second experience was 10+ years later and involved a Canon point and shoot digital camera. This was at night and when I tired to take a picture of the house, the camera refused to operate. I tried 4 or 5 times but there was no response when I hit the shutter button. I had taken several pictures minutes earlier and had no problems taking a picture just a few minutes later of the exterior of the Pirates’ House.

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