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Dahlonega Walking Tours Historic Ghost Walk
"Dahlonega Georgia has a very haunted history thanks to its gold-mining Civil War and trail of tears past as well as its geology. Sightings of Civil War soldiers playing cards in Mount Hope Cemetery a ghostly little girl in a long white dress who plays in rooms in the Historic District ghosts who rattle dishes and pans in restaurants on the Public Square
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Savannah Trolley and Haunted History Tour Combo
"This combo tour is your ticket to the ultimate Savannah experience. With on and off privileges the fully narrated trolley tour allows you to explore the stunning sites of historic Savannah for a full day. Your combo tour also includes a haunted history walking tour. Discover the haunted history of the Squares of Savannah as your Chippewa Square Madison Square Monterrey Square Calhoun Square Lafayette Square and Wright Squares ending around Colonial Park Cemetery. Tour the ""crown jewels"" of Savannah’s famous squares while listening to stories presented in the spots where the unexplained actually occurred. Hear folk lore of murder
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Haunted History of the Squares of Savannah
"Your tour guide Scott is a psychic sensitive who will intrigue you with stories of the afterlife. You will learn all about the tragedies that occurred here and how they have gone to make Savannah one of the most haunted if not the most haunted city in America. Your tour will include:Tour the ""crown jewels"" of Savannah’s famous squares Historically based stories presented in the spots were the unexplained actually occurred Intrigui suicide unnatural deaths and desecration of burial sites Hear traditions and superstitions based around the legendary Colonial Park Cemetery The tour ends with stories at Wright's Square Your stroll through the streets of the histori Chippewa Square (where part of Forest Gump was filmed) Madison Square Monterrey Square
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Sidney Lanier Bridge

If you come to Jekyll from or through Brunswick you will come across this beautiful bridge, the Sidney Lanier, the south end of which is just at the entrance to the causeway to the island. Lanier was...
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The Marshes of Glynn

Sidney Lanier was a native of Macon, Georgia in the 19th Century and an accomplished artist of many facets but he is probably most remembered for his poem, "The Marshes of Glynn." Jekyll Island is in...
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Why I come back

I come to Jekyll every year in the early summer - before it gets too hot. This year will be trip number 15 for me. I love it. The light brown sand and the orange sunrise can not be beat. Georgia is my...
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Former Millionaire's Playground

Jekyll Island was bought for $125K by millionaires including Frank Henry Goodyear, the Goulds, J.P. Morgan, Joseph Pulizer and William Rockefeller in 1886. They called themselves the Jekyll Island...
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Coastal Georgia

Jekyll Island is the last place on the ICW to dock before you get to the Saint Mary's River and Florida. It seems to be a combination of a luxury resort (It originally was a as a winter retreat for...
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Brunswick Stew

There's a controversy as to whether the REAL Brunswick Stew comes from Brunswick GA or from Brunswick County VA.I've had Brunswick Stew as a side dish in Edenton NC which I assume was the Virginia...
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Beach access

The beach access ramps here are the best we have seen. Very wide and smooth enough for wheelchairs, and yes there is handicap access to the beach and wheelchairs are able to go right on the sand. The...
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Jekyll Island Visitor Center

Be sure to check out the visitors center on the causeway road to the island. You will find all kinds of this to do on the island there, and there is plenty to do here. The people are very nice and...
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Live oaks and Spanish moss

The island is rich in vegetation and one of its most attractive features is live oak trees festooned with Spanish moss which is neither Spanish nor moss but which adds an eerie beauty to the setting. ...
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Island for a fee!

To get on the island you must pay a toll of $3.00, not a big deal, just wanted to prepare you. It is so worth it, even if just for a few hours of exploring. Have Fun!
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St. Simon Island Lighthouse

Go to the north end of the island, park and walk through the woods 50ft and on to the beach, hang a left and head up the beach, look over to the north toward St Simon Island for the lighthouse.
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"The Island called Jekyll"
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