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Friday, July 17, 2009

Ghost Adventures @ the Moonlight Brewery - Sneak!

This week the Ghost Adventures crew is locking down at the Moon River Brewing Company in Savannah, arguably one of the most haunted cities in the country.  Catch the episode premiere Friday at 9 PM E/P on the Travel Channel.  Below are episode details and a preview video I wanted to share with you.

The Moon River Brewery Company occupies the building where the first hotel in Savannah, Georgia, once stood.  The City Hotel was an upscale establishment, however the affluent clientele occasionally resorted to violence to defend their Southern honor.  Since the Moon River Brewery opening, staff and customers have encountered many unexplained, and sometimes violent, occurrences.  Accounts include bottles being thrown by unseen forces and people being touched, pushed, and slapped by invisible spirits.

One prominent ghostly figure is "Toby," who lurks in the bar's billiard room where he has been known to push patrons and staff.  A glowing white apparition has also been reported on the restaurant's upper floors and is believed to be the spirit of a hotel worker who died there in the late 1800s.

Check out the sneak peek of tonight's Ghost Adventures episode and check back with us every week for a sneak preview of the show before it airs!  The OddBlog is an official Ghost Adventures blog and has inside information and links to great extras, as well!

© C Harris Lynn, 2009


  1. Moonlight Brewing Company is the name of a brewery in California, not yet known to be haunted. Similar name, though!

  2. WHOOPS! Thanks, Anon!

    I get so many PRs from so many companies regarding so many different things, I have no idea what goes through my mind sometimes.

    I apologize to y'all, as well as the Ghost Adventures team, and our contacts there. This was my mistake.

    But since it's already out there and we covered it here, I'll leave it as (incorrectly) written. I can't change the URL now, anyway... Clearly, the only way to fix it is for the actual Moonlight Brewing Company to go get haunted. Clearly.

    So, anyone in their area, please pass that on - tell them they really need to get on it, as we pride ourselves on our accuracy. Thanks! (And thanks again, Anon!)