|Paris Market Valentine Window|
|Faron, Susan, Lemmonhead, Kathy|
|Upstairs at Paula Dean's|
|Notice the Y'all fan in the flowers?|
The day continued with a tour of the most haunted house in Savannah, the Sorrel-Weed house.
This house saw its share of death and murder over the years.
|Sorrel-Weed House, Savannah GA|
|Just a note, there was no red light in this room. It only showed up on the camera.|
We tried to get cupcakes at Mabel Francis Potter's Cupcake Emporium on Valentines Day, but they sold out early so had to wait a whole day for our treats. Yummy! In fact, I'm finishing the last one as I post this blog.
After we sugared up, we visited the Mercer House for a tour.
This was the murder house from the book and movie "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil".
And later that evening we went on a ghost tour with our guide Nicodemus. We were surprised when we met and he wasn't an old black guy, but a young Aussie actor. (ranked the number 1 ghost guide in Savannah) Now we would get the real scoop on the murder mystery and not the polite version the the Mercer House guide recanted to us. Stop by when I get home and I'll fill you in on all the dirty little secrets of murder, mayhem and voodoo.
Bonaventure Cemetery is one of the locations for the murder mystery. It is such a beautiful place that I always have to visit while there and take my camera. Here a couple of the shots.
The Colonial Cemetery is now a city park, but was closed at night in the late 90's as it had become a midnight sacrificial alter for the voodoo priests and priestesses to perform there rituals.