The Haunting Of The Marshall House Hotel Of Savannah Georgia

We have a passion here at Gothic Bite Magazine for haunted places with lots of history attached to them. Visiting places where possible entities still reside in their homes, last places, or new ones, intrigue us. This week, we’re visiting the State of Georgia.

History’s Medical Horror

Savannah, Georgia, is one of the most haunted cities in Georgia. This is not strange due to the number of horrific deaths that have taken place in this city. Being so haunted means that there is a prolific number of places that those who are looking for a fright should visit.

One such place is the Marshall House Hotel. From Spanish flu to the civil war within its borders, it had it all. The people who run the Marshall House Hotel are very aware of the house’s haunted history and deal with everything from objects moving to lights flickering on and off at all hours.

Marshall House Hotel in Savannah Georgia USA
Marshall House Hotel in Savannah Georgia USA
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Gothic Stories Sundays

Gothic Bite Magazine is now opening their gates to all authors who would enjoy sharing their work with the public. We welcome all writers, from the enthusiasts to the professionals.

This week, we are sharing the fantastic work of the published author and now part of the Ghoul Family, T.A. Patterson. Part of the Bloody Chronicles, the first chapter is now for your spooky eyes to enjoy!


by T.A. Patterson aka EvilestGem


Chapter One

I enjoy doing this too much to stop, they never realize how easy it is for me and for others like me to get them when they least expect it. Now I am standing outside of his house, such a pretty family he has, men think that women would rather poison them than take a knife to their bodies.

That is not the case with me, I enjoy it entirely too much to ever stop, this man, he looks so nice, so perfect. But I have seen his lies, I have witnessed what he puts his wife and kids through, you might call me a monster, but I have nothing on this man. He is the true monster, and its my joy to bring some of that pain and terror to his door step, let him live in the terror that only I can create for him.

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