Read Savannah's history through 58 short stories about revenge, exorcisms, graveyard parties, forgotten cemeteries, unsettled spirits, and lady pirates. See over 60 images of Savannah's lovely buildings and statues that are mentioned in the text. Learn tales of a secret tunnel once used to capture men for forced labor, superstitions that stave spirits of the dead, and unabashed sexual deviances in the most hospitable city in the South.
Nicole Carlson Easley is director of marketing and communications for the Florida Municipal Electric Association, and is editor-in-chief for association publications. She lives in Tallahassee with her husband and daughter.