I’m still alive. Like everything else this past year, my focus has had to shift. That means I’ve been spending more time on creating videos for my TikTok and working to relaunch my YouTube channel. Tourism is down across the country, and Savannah is no exception. When I started this blog, I had hoped that… Continue Reading →
This time of year Bonaventure Cemetery and Colonial Park Cemetery are crawling with tourists hoping to catch an orb in a picture or hear a disembodied voice whispering something terrifying. But these aren’t the only cemeteries with a spooky past. Any tour guide will happily tell you that Savannah is a city built on the… Continue Reading →
Since it’s October, and that means the weather cools off a bit (it’s slightly less humid), I’ve been getting a lot of requests for my favorite haunted and creepy spots to visit in Savannah. Moon River Brewing Company is always one of my recommendations. The food is good, the beer is fantastic, and there are… Continue Reading →
October will be here tomorrow, and that means it’s time for haunted houses and ghost stories. You may not think of Fort Pulaski as a place to checkout for something spooky, but in a spot where you can easily feel the echoes of the past, maybe you should. You’ll find Fort Pulaski National Monument on… Continue Reading →
I’ve mentioned before that I love watching urban explorer videos on YouTube and how, if I weren’t deathly allergic to black mold, I would love to explore abandoned buildings. Recently, I was watching a video from Sidestep Adventures where they explored what was left of an old railroad town aptly named Junction City. I was… Continue Reading →
Somewhere out there someone is telling a friend about their trip to Savannah in early 2012 where they got to meet zombies at a Civil War fort. One of those zombies was probably me. In January of that year, I was sitting in Forsyth Park with a few friends. One of them said, “Hey, Eenie!… Continue Reading →
Locals’ relationship to tourists is always complicated. Growing up in Florida, every local I knew would cringe when Spring Break season rolled around. While the rest of the country gets a week, Spring Break is a full season in the Sunshine State, and that always means teenagers and college students from all over the U.S…. Continue Reading →
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