"Southern Haunts" Ghosts of the Low Country

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By on August 8, 2009

Category: 15
All Genres: History
Release Year: 2007
Country: USA
Runtime: 55
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Zac Adams
Sound: Dolby Digital
Taglines:

  • Historical Stories with a Supernatural Twist

  • Writing by: Zac Adams – writer

    Produced by: Zac Adams – executive producer
    Zac Adams – producer
    B.J. Brown – executive producer
    Ginger Carder – associate producer
    Camron Carrier – co-producer
    Ray Whitney – associate producer

    Cast: Zac Adams – Confederate Ghost
    Brandon Boyles – Himself – Tour Guide
    B.J. Brown – Himself – Historain
    Harold Bryant – Himself – Chef
    James Caskey – Himself – Historian / Author
    Charlie Chase – Narrator
    David Dodds – Historian
    Robert B. Hagood – Himself – Event Assistant
    Frankie Harris – Himself – Tour Guide
    Kim Harris – Herself – Tour Guide
    Larry Hoover – Himself – Tour Guide

    Music: Ben Brennan Cody Westheimer
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: Few cities in the country have the history and folklore that Savannah, Georgia and Charleston, South Carolina do…
    Plot: Few cities in the country have the history and folklore that Savannah, Georgia and Charleston, South Carolina do. Southern Haunts “Ghosts of the Low Country”, takes you on a journey into these low country cities, where the tress are draped with Spanish Moss, and the ghosts stories are everywhere. Some of the stories featured are the Old City Jail in Charleston, where the apparition of female serial killer Lavinia Fisher still roams the halls. You'll also take a trip to the creepy Pirate's House in Savannah, where it is said that many ghosts still gather. Other ghostly stories include legends of Nashville and Gallatin, Tennessee.

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