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Our Contributing Artists:

 

Savannah is known not only for it’s haunted history, but also for some truly amazing artists and creative souls.

Truth In Evidence Haunted Tours would like to showcase some of these artists’ and creators’ fantastic work here on this page.

If you are interested in having your work features on the Truth In Evidence Haunted Tours site, please contact us at [email protected]

Darrell Shue

The Scribe Digital Marketing

DarrellDarrell is owner of The Scribe Digital Marketing, a full service digital marketing provider in Savannah.

From Websites and SEO to Video Marketing and Graphics, Darrell can help your business maximize its online presence.

Darrell developed the Truth In Evidence Haunted Tours site that you are on right now. He consulted heavily with the site owners, as well as the graphics designers involved, to ensure that the site met the needs of the  business owners.

The key to a successful online presence is understanding the needs of the business, and Darrell consults in depth with the stake holders to determine that before beginning a projects.

Darrell is also a musician, adding to the creativity quotient.  He calls this his therapy. lol! 🙂

Visit Darrell’s site for more information:

http://thescribe.com

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The bricks you see in this photo have been laid all around the sidewalk outside of Colonial Park Cemetery. The unique pattern on the bricks designates them as "burial markers" or "headstones" for the thousands of corpses that lay around the cemetery. Colonial Park Cemetery was the main burial ground for the city from 1750 up until 1853. The cemetery extends well beyond its gates, and these bricks have been laid to commemorate the thousands of people buried underneath Abercorn St and the buildings across from the cemetery. When we say Savannah is the "city built on the dead" we mean it!