Jekyll Island Club Hotel

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At this grand historic hotel, don’t be surprised if you come across spirits of the servants of the many millionaires who have stayed here. Folks have reported seeing many a ghost in maids’ uniforms or top hats and cloaks. Keep your ears as well as your eyes open: Rumor has it that footsteps and noises can be heard coming from the dining room after it has closed for the night.

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371 Riverview Dr
Jekyll Island, GA 31527
United States

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31.059408115997705, -81.42193633313582
Glynn County, Georgia
Nearest Towns:
Saint Simons, GA (5.6 mi.)
Brunswick, GA (7.5 mi.)
Saint Simon Mills, GA (7.7 mi.)
Country Club Estates, GA (10.9 mi.)
Dock Junction, GA (11.4 mi.)
Woodbine, GA (19.0 mi.)
Kings Bay Base, GA (19.8 mi.)
Darien, GA (21.5 mi.)
Saint Marys, GA (23.9 mi.)
Kingsland, GA (23.9 mi.)

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  1. Cand i take a self guided overnight tour of this place and if so how much would it cost i love the paranormal and am very interested plz let me know asap

  2. Maids have been locked in certain rooms that they are cleaning. Shadows walk the grounds at night. There children’s laughter that can be heard all over as if they are playing hide and seek.

  3. I was at a dinner party at the Jekyll Island Hotel dining area and went to use the restroom. As I was walking down the stairs, I heard someone walking down the stairs right behind me in stiletto heels. When I turned to ask them about being so close, no one was behind me, around me or above me. Then I got to the bottom of the stairs and it was freezing cold in the bathroom. I left the bathroom after using it and all was warm and normal again. It was kind of a fun experience.

  4. My room is right above the lending library, which gave me a really weird vibe. I was in the bathroom when I heard my name being called, so I opened the door, but nobody was there. A few minutes later I heard the same voice saying “you there?” My friend also said that she had heard scratching outside her bathroom door

  5. This didn’t happen to me, but I have a teacher, that’s really into the paranormal, and she reported that her son and his wife, had been staying there, and supposedly he was dead asleep, and he felt someone kiss his forehead, Thinking it was his wife, he rolled over to kiss her back, only to find out she was dead asleep, he proceeded to hear footsteps, thinking it was an intruder he checked the whole room with his 44 magnum in his hand, but found nothing, not sure if this is paranormal, someone could have been in his room, but I think that’s unlikely.

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