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Savannah’s ghosts fuel plenty of tourism

Savannah’s Ghosts Fuel Plenty of Tourism

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Savannah, Georgia is one of the top tourist destinations on the Eastern seaboard, in large part due to its well-deserved reputation for being a city where the past is perfectly preserved. That tie to …

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Colonial Park Cemetery: Savannah’s Oldest Burying Ground

 Colonial Park Cemetery

Visitors to Savannah naturally have a lot of questions about  Colonial Park Cemetery, located at 201 East Oglethorpe Avenue. It is indeed an intriguing place. It served as the city’s primary burial ground for 103 years, from …

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Haunted Savannah Gets National Press

U.S. Airways Magazine, a national publication with a circulation of over 200,000, recently featured Haunted Savannah author, Cobblestone Tours founder and Savannah ghost tour guide James Caskey in their October 2013 issue. The topic? Haunted Savannah, of course! It …

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Now available: the new version of Haunted Savannah on Kindle!

Haunted Savannah on Kindle! Why is Savannah, Georgia the most haunted city in America? Historian and tour guide James Caskey answers this question and many more. This fully-revised and updated book details over forty of Savannah’s most infamous ghost stories, …

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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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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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Ghosts at the Olde Pink House

Olde Pink House
23 Abercorn Street

On Reynolds Square, the Olde Pink House restaurant sits as both a standard for Southern cuisine and a wonderful example of 18th Century Georgian architecture. It is one of the most popular stops for …

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