For the over 20 years, 6th Sense World has been shedding light on Savannah’s haunted heritage.
With their different ghost tours, finding wandering souls all around the city and exploring eerie cemeteries. Their tours not only takes guests throughout the streets and squares, but allows them to participate in a ghost hunt with acclaimed and respected paranormal researchers.
- Bonaventure Cemetery Tours
Among the top things to do in Savannah, the famous Bonaventure Cemetery has been voted in the top 10 most beautiful cemeteries in the world.
- Sixth Sense Savannah Ghost Tour
Hear startling but true tales as they were meant to be — uncensored! This tour is arguably our customers’ favorite and one of the best known walking ghost tours in Savannah.
- America’s Most Haunted City Tour
You and your family can witness haunted Savannah with chilling stories and eerie properties that paved the road to Savannah’s infamous reputation!
- Fireside Tales
For a cozy night of storytelling join us for Fireside Tales. Our Master Storytellers mesmerize you with Savannah ghost stories and tales of Savannah’s most interesting characters of years gone by.
But the goal isn’t just to find ghosts.
The goal it to share the stories of spirits and unfortunate mishaps at homes around the city. 6th Sense World’s 90-minute “America’s Most Haunted City” tour guides take guests to all of the spooky spots. You will hear of the execution of Alice Riley, a known sorceress who died by hanging in 1735. The tour takes guests to the Hampton-Lillibridge Home, which has been said to be exorcised at least three times.
During the two-hour “Sixth Sense Savannah” tour, guests visit the Mercer House. A number of murders and accidental deaths have been tied to the house. It was once the home of the controversial Jim Williams from “Midnight In The Garden of Good and Evil.” The Old Candler Hospital is another stop during this tour. Guests will learn about the yellow fever outbreak and discover what was an operating morgue tunnel and also an asylum. “Everyone from the common person to those with gifts don’t like being near it even if they’ve paid us to take them there,” Lynn exclaimed.
For more information, go to 6thsenseworld.com.