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#1 Ghost Tour℠, The Savannah Ghost Tour Online, is the result of many (past and ongoing) hours of extensive research; and could not have been made without a vast number of works of writers, authors, and storytellers of all kinds (including all types of platforms for information exchange such as print, TV, radio, newspaper, word of mouth, text, streaming, phone, and others) who have passed down these tales for the many years leading up to the present day.

We would like to thank each and every one of those people for making a story-telling contribution which assisted in the continuance of these ghost stories.

Note: We do not make any claim to the validity of any of the content in this website. In the final analysis, they are just stories. We have attempted to tell these stories as we understand them to have been intended to be told. We have made no judgements of the truth of any of the stories. We do agree that some seem to be almost impossible to believe. Some are so unbelievable it seems they must be true. We leave it up to the reader to decide what to believe.

Listed below are some of the sources which may or may not have been accessed when researching materials for the construction of the foundation for this online tour website. Parts of the #1 Ghost Tour content may or may not be derived, directly, indirectly, or otherwise from these sources. In any event, these are all excellent source materials regarding news, events, history, and much more, about the City of Savannah and the people who have passed through.

Berendt, John. 1994. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

Byrd, Georgia R. Haunted Savannah; Globe Pequot Press

Caskey, James. 2005. Haunted Savannah: The Official Guidebook to Savannah Haunted History Tour

DeBolt, Margaret Wayt. 1984. Savannah Spectres and Other Strange Tales; Donning

Dunn, Ryan.2014. Savannah’s Afterlife; Schiffer Pulishing, Ltd

Dunn, Ryan.2018. Savannah’s Afterlife II; Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.

Edgerly, Robert. 2013 (Revised 5th Ed) Savannah Hauntings; See Savannah Books.

Fallon, M. C. 2019. Ghosts of Savannah; Createspace

Harris, Michael and Sickler, Linda. 2014. Historic Haunts of Savannah; Haunted America

Kolowrat, Ernest and Kenneth F. Klinkert. 1989. Kenny The Man Who Looked Like the Shroud. Tallamon Documentaries. Cover Painting of the “Ghost of Pardon” by William Verdult (see

Rhyne, Nancy. 1985. Coastal Ghosts; Sandlapper Publishing, Inc.

Rousseau, David H. 2006.Savannah Ghosts; Schiffer

Smith, Gordon Burns, Smith, Anna Habersham Wright. 2004. Ghost Dances and Shadow Pantomimes – Eyewitness Accounts of the Supernatural in Old Georgia (Volume 1); Boyd Publishing

Zepke, Terrance. Ghosts of Savannah; Pineapple Press

We would like to acknowledge, thank, and identify the following excellent sources of information online, and everyone associated in any way with each:

The Georgia Historical Society

The Savannah Morning News

The Savannah Evening Press

Connect Savannah

U.S. Library of Congress

The Savannah Art Association


Signature Gallery Savannah

The following persons, groups, organizations, and such, may have, directly or indirectly, knowing or otherwise, provided information, encouragement, and/or inspiration or other things:

Hazel Edgerly

David H. Norman

John Ewaldsen

Kenneth Klinkert (Cosmic Ken)

Jack E. Miller & Darryl Gossett

The Killian Clan from NC

Steve Cannon of Broken Trinity

Kathy Miller & Lisa Garris


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