Savannah’s Bonaventure Cemetery became iconic after being featured in the 1997 movie Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, but its ghosts have long made this burial ground infamous. Built in 1846, on the site of a plantation, visitors have reported paranormal activity here for decades. The sculpture that adorns the grave of Gracie Watson, a young girl who died of pneumonia at the age of six, is said to weep bloody tears at night. Those who come to pay their respects to Gracie often leave her toys and trinkets. Other visitors have reported hearing the sounds of disembodied children playing near the graves of the young, and have furthermore claimed that statues move position in the night. One angel statue allegedly smiles down on those to whom she takes a liking. Tourism has increased so much over the years at the cemetery, but let this be your warning don’t play in this cemetery alone at night.