Instead, the grave belongs to "Little Gracie" — a 6-year-old girl with a spooky history. According to Conde Nast Traveler, one legend says that if any flowers or remembrances are removed from Gracie's grave, her statue will cry tears of blood.
According to Discover Historic America, "Little Gracie" was born in 1883 to W.J. and Frances Watson, who owned a luxurious hotel at the corner of Bull Street and Bryan Street in Savannah, making the family quite popular. Gracie was especially a favorite around town.