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The Marshall House

Savannah, Georgia
By Lisa

Dating back to 1851, the Marshall House in Savannah was used as a Union hospital during the Civil War.  Today, staff and guests oftentimes see visions of men donning Civil War uniforms, including a man holding up a severed arm.

Other reports include water faucets turning on, doorknobs wobbling, unseen children heard playing in the hallways and guests have reported waking up with their arm outstretched as though a nurse was taking their pulse.

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