Husband and I took this tour right after Christmas. We had a male tour guide (cannot recall his name-young man in his 20s) who was well informed and professional. We were able to ask questions without being made to feel that they were unwelcomed.
As we live in an old 1871 Italianate house, we enjoyed seeing the cistern and the other inner workings (like the lathe and plaster walls). I've made floor cloths in the past; I was impressed with those found in the house-they are extremely labor intensive.
We were having a lovely tour, but as we got ready to enter one of the bedrooms through an outside porch I suddenly experiences a sense of discomfort that was so bad that I had to stop. I stayed outside the door for a few seconds, and then entered. Although I still felt uncomfortable, it quickly passed as we left that room (the one with the children's' clothes) for an adjoining room. The rest of the tour passed without incident.
It was only as we were driving back to MI that I read the haunted Savannah tour book and saw where the author had claimed this house was haunted. Now I wish that I had asked the tour guide if they had any otherworldly visitor on these tours.
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