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SOME HOMES IN SAVANNAH ARE FULL OF BAD LUCK FOR THEIR OWNERS AND THEIR FAMILIES....

Even before the infamous Jim Williams purchased the home off of Monterey Square: then know as the “Mercer house”:....the home was noted for its strange occurrences; and bad luck for those who lived there....Located on the southwest end of the the square and built by John Norris, the famous home has been shrouded in stories of death and mystery. The owner of the home in 1913 for some reason ...as he was walking on the second floor stumbled and tripped over the second floor banister....As other came to his aid; it was thought that he only luckily suffered only mild injuries.....Unfortunately 3 days later he died during the night!.....and speaking of a “sticky situation”.... In 1969, a young boy fell from the roof and impaled himself on the sharp iron tips of the wrought iron fence below! Transparently the boy had been on the roof chasing pigeons!!! and of course we all know the story of what happened to that divious and unsavory character Danny Hansford in the home a few years later!!!....(story source.."offiicialsavannahcityguide.com")

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