The 3 Nights of Halloween Full Moon Bonaventure Style!

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“Root doctors, bootleggers, criss-crossed lovers, Secret Societies, Houdini…they all have one place in common — Bonaventure!”

 

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Let’s face it, 2020 has been frustrating, stressful and one for the history books. Still not over right? Which is why we’re excited to invite the public to forget their troubles for awhile and escape the world “out there” for the secret story chambers of The South’s most legendary cemetery and under The Hunter’s Blue Moon for 3 Nights of Halloween! So forget the election! Forget the media!! Forget your woes and let storyist Shannon Scott hypnotize you for a few hours with Bonaventure’s taboo and mesmerizing tales! You’ll never be so happy to never want to leave a cemetery!

So forget the city ghost tour crowds and come get the most exclusive, uninterrupted night experience of them all!

Patrons receive 18 x 24 Official Poster based on images you see below, signed personally by Shannon Scott! Looks stunning on a wall framed!

Call 1.912.319.5600
Specific Questions? shannon@shannonscott.com 

 

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October 30th – Beggar’s Night (SOLD OUT!)
October 31st – Hallow’s Eve Dinner & A Cemetery (SOLD OUT!)
November 1  – All Saint’s Day (Eve)

Times (ALL NIGHTS) 5PM to 8PM
Prices: Friday & Sunday Nights: $49.95
(NOTE: Please read all Rules & Regulations in your confirmation notes after ticket purchasing!)


The Boy Soldier With Five Birthdays & Two Death

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Imagine scurrying off to war at 11 years of age and only allowed in because you cheated your own last name and looked 14? And leaving your childhood behind forever for the adventure most men even feared? You had no concept of a telephone or electricity let alone the world at large! Or war! But how the memory of all, including shaking the hands of both General Robert E. Lee and General Beauregard must have been some of his fondest as he grew old. Just something about Little Drummer Boys we’d garner to say. And that is what Whitemarsh H. MacFeeley would become for a South Carolina unit long before he was buried in Savannah at 67 years of age in 1920. But the road to discovering when exactly he was born or died or whether he himself really knew his own actual age has been part of the research fun! We hope you enjoy this video!