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June 3, 2007
From journal Discovering Savannah Again
Charlotte, North Carolina
March 22, 2005
Greg Profitt, a former Coast Guard member, started the tour company. In addition to the History Walk the company offers a Jewish History Tour, an African-American History tour, the Creepy Pub Crawl, and the very popular Creepy Stroll Ghost Tour. And since this is the town where Girl Scouts got their start, they offer a Girl Scott tour for troops and offer a discount for Girl Scouts. They do offer special group tours and can customize your group. Pets are permitted, on a leash. You meet your tour group at the place specified when you purchase tickets. So make sure you find a restroom before heading out for a tour, and make sure to bring a beverage with you, especially in the summertime. The days here are miserable, and you will be glad you did. You can go to their website at www.savannahtours.com for more information.
From journal Touring the Low Country
by Cosmic Gryl
July 16, 2001
Personally, it was a bit corny for me as I was hoping to actually be frightened during the storytelling as I envisioned being at least on the stairs of the homes if not entering them. Also you go to visit the cemetery but you don't enter and the tour guides just tell you stories of who is buried in there from outside the gate. Again, it would have been better if we could go inside the cemetery and see the plots of the souls he spoke of.
Now they do have a tour called the "Creepy Crawly" which is a ghost walk tour but its of pubs and you get a free drink at the first pub which you can take with you along on the walk. You can, of course, buy drinks at each of the pubs you visit which would make for a great tour when it was all done. This tour is $15.
I suggest you visit the Savannah Visitors Bureau where you can get coupons for up to $2 off the cost of these tours.
From journal Weekend Getaway in Savannah (Tybee Island) Georgia