Moon River Brewery
Known as one of the most haunted cities in the U.S., the sweet southern city of Savannah has several ghost tales due to it’s rich Confederate history and deadly past.
The Moon River Brewery, now a hot-spot where locals and tourists can grab brews and grub, happens to be one of Savannah’s most haunted places.Â It was once a hotel, the first one in Savannah, built in 1812. Many notable people of the time stayed in the hotel and gathered there.Â The hotel closed in 1864, prior to General Sherman’s arrival during the Civil War.
One such taleÂ is of a Yankee killed in the hotel by being beaten to death by locals in 1860.Â People have reported seeing bottles fly off the shelves and bar, and have claimed to have been touched or pushed by apparitions.Â Other such haunts of the joint include seeing spirits of children throughout the building.Â This is probably due to the fact that the building was once a hospital during the yellow fever outbreak.Â Many children were reported to have died during that time in the building’s upper floors.Â One ghost, named Toby, often appears as a shadowy figure in the billiard room.Â Apparently he likes to play tricks on people!Â And a lady dressed in white walks amongst the third floor of the brewery.