429 Bull St.
Savannah, GA 31401
Though construction began in 1860 for Hugh Mercer, the Civil War halted construction. Mercer sold the incomplete mansion soon after. It fell into disrepair in the mid-1900s before Jim Williams renovated the property. The house has become famous for the death of hustler Danny Hansford and the events written in the non-fiction novel, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.
Jim Williams seems to still host his famous parties in the museum. The sounds of merriment have been heard on the anniversary of his final party. Allegedly, Danny's ghost played a part in Jim's death.