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Ghosts of the Sorrel-Weed House ( Click on each photo to enlarge) On Aug.25, 2007, we investigated the Sorrel-Weed house in Savannah, Ga. This mansion was built by Charles Blaney Cluskey between 1840-1841, for Francis Sorrel. Sorrel lived there with his wife and son, Gilbert Moxley Sorrel, who became the youngest General of the Confederacy, at age 26. The house was sold to Henry Weed in 1859. The story is told that Francis Sorrel's wife jumped to her death from the second floor balcony,after le

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This photo was taken by me within the Trellis Clinic in Ybor City, Tampa, which lead to the owner inviting TAPS to investigate this old medical facility. The beige portion is the wall and the dark section is an open door way. The spirit face looks very similar to photos of Dr. Trellis..

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