Two weeks ago when I did my Haunt Jaunt of the Week segment on "Keeping the Spirits Alive!", I spoke about a great place to find the ghosts of Christmas Past: Jekyll Island. What I meant by "ghosts of Christmas past" was a historic place dedicated to bringing the Christmas
Well, it's taken me a couple of months, but I think I have the hang of this upcoming paranormal events thing. People are even taking note and sending me info about their events. Awesome.
This week I even came up with an official name and tag for what I've been doing:
I've been getting more and more paranormal event invites on Facebook. Sometimes I remember to share them on HJ's FB page. Other times I don't.
When I don't share them I feel bad. I want to help spread the word when I can. I'm just not always consistent about it.
I asked Michelle from Guy N Girl Travels if she'd be interested in contributing a guest blog when I learned she was headed to Savannah a couple of months back. To my delight, she obliged. Michelle is a super talented writer and I never fail to LOL when I read
This is a guest post by Selina.
At this time of year ghosts and ghouls are never far from our minds. But did you know that you can raise the spirits of your favorite ghost hunters all year long with Ghost Tour experience gifts from Xperience Days? Here’s a spooktacular selection
This is the fourth and final part of the Haunted Georgia series of guest blogs Lewis Powell IV has treated us to this month. We sure have enjoyed having him take us on a customized haunt jaunt through Georgia like this. We hope you have too. Be sure to check out
This is the third in a four part Haunted Georgia series of guest blogs by Lewis Powell IV. Also be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2.
11. Georgia’s Civil War Battlefields
For part of the Civil War, Georgia was insulated from the fighting. It wasn’t until the latter years of the