Danny's Bed: A Tale of Ghosts and Poltergeists in Savannah, Georgia
"Danny" made himself right at home at the Cobb's. Never before had the family witnessed anything from the supernatural until they purchased the antique oak bed that "Danny" had died in 1899. "Danny" soon made his presence known by pulling toys out of the closet and shelves and playing with them on the bed. All stories are documented and many prominent Savannah residents have come forward to tell their stories.
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Albert L Cobb Sr
Our True Experiences With
A New Spirit Makes His Way Into Our Home
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