Savannah Spooks: The Legend of Alice Riley

by Jacqueline Patterson @jacpatterson

You feel the silence like a weight on your soul. Above you, a hiss of wind shifts the moss dangling from the rows of dying oaks.

Witches’ hair, the locals call the moss.

Tonight, in the heavy atmosphere, you’re almost ready to believe there are faces on the other side of the moss.

One of the South’s most haunted cities, Savannah allegedly has a ghost on every corner. Tourists who know nothing of the legends call police when they run into a distressed soul, only to later discover the one seeking their aid has disappeared.

When … read the rest. . .

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