Savannah is considered one of the most haunted places in the nation. For Halloween, the city lives up to the reputation with lots of Halloween events for families and adults alike.
Are you a dog lover? If so, come to see all the fun in downtown Savannah on Saturday, October 22 as 85-plus businesses participate in Wag-O-Ween. Costumed dogs (and owners!) trick or treat in downtown Savannah where businesses will give out free dog cookies and dog-friendly dining establishments will be designated.
Starting at noon at the Canine Palace (612 Abercorn) there will be a raffle and costume contest. $5.00 donation per adult; children and dogs free. This year’s Wag-O-Ween benefits the Humane Society for Greater Savannah. Sponsored by Connect, Zuke’s, and Alphagraphics.
Ghosts and Gravestones Tours of Savannah
In Savannah, some believe the spirits of the dead coexist amongst the living. Let an expert in Savannah history take you on a spooky tour you’ll never forget. Your host will share with you the tales of Savannah’s past and its eerie side. Explore River Street’s Perkins and Sons Ship Chandlery; only Ghosts and Gravestones has nighttime entry to this haunted place. No children under 4 allowed. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Savannah’s frightening Ghost Tours are very popular during the Halloween season so make your reservations well in advance for Savannah Halloween 2012. Tour departs from Simply Savannah Trolley Depot at 301 East River Street. Tour is 1 hour and 15 minutes.
“The Weird,” Presented by The Masquers Theater
The Masquers theater troupe continues its Fall season with Robert Aguirre-Sacasa’s Halloween teaser “The Weird.” Do you enjoy tales of the Macabre? This is an anthology of terror and suspense in the Macabre fashion just in time to celebrate Halloween. The show runs October 18 – 21 at 7:30 p.m. in Armstrong Jenkins Hall Black Box Theater (11935 Abercorn St.). Audience discretion is advised for language and content. Tickets are $10, discounts available to military, seniors, alumni association members, and students/children. Call (912) 344-2801 to purchase tickets from noon to 3 p.m., weekdays.
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