Blood Moon (Ella Wood, 2) - READ BOOK ONE FREE! http://michelleisenhoff.com/subscribe/ Encounter the historic people, places, and events portrayed in the second…
Savannah's Old Cemetery dates back to the original settlement (1731). Kinda funny story we heard during our trip: back in the late 1700s or early 1800s, some of ladies in the DAR thought they’d beautify the cemetery by adding the original tabby sidewalks. So they removed a whole bunch of gravestones and paved right over everyone. Then they realized no one kept track of where the grave markers came from. They are now fastened to one of the walls surrounding the cemetery. Poor dead guys...
There’s a steep bluff leading down to the waterfront, which I’d read about and described in Blood Moon. I was glad to find I described it pretty accurately. Thanks Google Maps street view! The original (steep!) brick and stone stairs are all over the place with these signs that made me chuckle. We did watch one drunk guy navigate them and thought for sure he was going to fall down and break his crown.