We offer more ghost tours, ghost hunts & cemetery tours in one city than any other company in the world! That means we’re scaring more people per capita on a nightly average too!
In 2002, smashing all of the barriers, Sixth Sense Savannah Ghost Tours
was the first ghost tour to go above and beyond the usual Savannah sightseeing areas and tourism subject matter. The scary stories and haunted tales started in the Savannah Historic District neighborhood where locals, family and friends chose to share their personal ghost and paranormal stories exclusively with our 6th Sense World company founder. Covering paranormal and haunted story topics of poltergeist, hags, exorcism, missing cemeteries, disembodied spirit forms, and haunted hotels, this pioneering Savannah ghost tour is arguably our customer’s favorite and best known walking ghost tour in Savannah. You may have read “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
” a non-fiction murder mystery novel by John Berendt. We’ll bring those intriguing Savannah stories to life when you visit the Mercer House.
How about the infamous Greek Revival haunted home at 432 Abercorn Street,
one of Savannah’s most controversial and most haunted houses? If you’re just looking to whet your appetite with haunted stories, or want to dive full on in more paranormal activity, our Sixth Sense Savannah Ghost Tours have got you covered and will astonish with endearing to scary stories, start to finish! Voted one of TripAdvisor’s Top Activities in Savannah
! The reviews speak volumes! Among the favorite things to do in Savannah, once you have settled on a ghost tour — no Savannah trip is complete without yet another — our fully-guided Bonaventure Cemetery Tours
offered daily at 10 am or 2 pm.