Haunted History: Savannah
Each year, seven million tourists descend on Savannah, Georgia, drawn by its stately antebellum mansions, frothy magnolia trees, and serene parks. Yet according to many, unquiet spirits roam the streets of this beautiful Southern city.
In fact, the sound of clanking chains are said to still reverberate along Savannah's riverfront, where slaves were once kept in appalling conditions. Haunted History: Savannah investigates the city's most haunted sites and stories, including the real-life murder behind the best-selling book Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (1994). Employees of one of Savannah's oldest restaurants recount meeting a frightening 18th-century pirate, and visitors to Bonaventure Cemetery report hearing Savannah revelers who feasted in the same spot 200 years earlier.
Abounding in gorgeous location footage and eyewitness interviews, Haunted History explores the ghostly past of one of America's most historic cities.