Archive for March, 2013

haunted savannah

Why I wrote my Savannah ghost book, ‘Haunted Savannah’

Someone asked me a question yesterday, and it was a good one. The question was ‘Why did you write your Savannah ghost book?’

It wasn’t a formal plan, at least not in the beginning. I started my¬†ghost tour

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olde harbour inn ghosts

Olde Harbour Inn Ghosts

I first published this back in 2005 in my book all about¬†Savannah ghosts, Haunted Savannah. I don’t get down to the River Street area as much as I’d like, but from time to time when the mood strikes …

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The Forsyth Park Inn

Forsyth Park Inn

The Forsyth Park Inn, built in 1893, is one of the most beautiful bed and breakfasts in Savannah. Overlooking the picturesque Forsyth Park fountain from Whitaker Street, the Inn has nine uniquely dressed guestrooms which evoke the …

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Correcting some erroneous history: yellow fever in Savannah

An erroneous story about yellow fever in Savannah, one that is often told as fact, is that the early townspeople were burning bodies of yellow fever epidemic victims in Reynolds Square (some name Johnson Square as the location). There is …

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Haunted Savannah: the new edition update

I’ve finished primary edits and changes to the new edition of ‘Haunted Savannah,’ and it has been submitted to the editor for review. I’m excited to be in this end phase of bringing you a brand-new take on a familiar …

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