Sherri Hunter on 432 Abercorn

The mysterious “ghost of a little girl” continues to appear in photos of the house at 432 Abercorn Street in Savannah! Since it’s the same face, and almost always in the same window pane (lower right pane of the middle right window), could it be an anomaly of the inner architecture that makes it look like a face? Could it be warping and shadows on the glass?

Or does the ghost like peering out at the tourists who come by, hoping for a glimpse of her?

The latest photo comes from Sherri Hunter, who writes:

“I wanted to share with you a picture that I took during one of the Blue Orb tours on December 30th 2010 at the house on 432 Abercorn in Savannah. Check out the right window bottom right pane. Looks to me like a little girl. I took a lot of pictures that night same angle, same window and she showed up in this one picture. Very interesting! I was doing some research on the history of this house and your website came up so I thought I would share with you.”

432 Abercorn

The lower right pane of the top right window shows a face...or does it?

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  • hope

    i took a picture on a blue orb tour last night and on the right window second from the very bottom there is a smiley face drawn on the 3rd window up one the center

  • hope

    i also see 3 orbs

  • Beth Dolgner
    Beth Dolgner

    Hi Hope. Please feel free to email me your photo! I’d love to see it and post it to the site.

  • Jessica

    I have been there and I have a photo with the same thing in it.
    I took multiple pictures and realized it was just a detail on the mantle of a fireplace that you see. Not a face.

  • Sharon Tomlinson

    That is not a fire place if u look close it’s a face sweetheart

  • Sharon Tomlinson

    That is not a fire place it a face sweethart

  • Este Lordi

    I have quite a few pics from 432 Abercorn I took while on vacation July 2016. They are pretty clear some not so much but you can make out faces. It’s pretty cool actually

  • Beth Dolgner
    Beth Dolgner

    Wow! I’d love to see them if you’d like to share: beth (at) Thank you for letting me know!

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