Weirdness - even further off the beaten path..
Chablis and Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
have provided a glimpse into the personalities of Savannah. Years
ago when John Berendt
read excerpts from a yellow note pad at the Savannah Rotary Club the old
timers there were wide awake for a change but unsure of what to make of what was being
said about their town. District Attorney Spencer Lawton, the prosecuter in the book, continues to serve as the Chatham County DA. Many readers are not aware that the book is
non-fiction. When the book first came out locals were quick to check
the accuracy and to be relieved when they were not mentioned in the book,
which was on the NY Times best seller list for years. The most
accessible weirdness of Savannah
today is Club 1, though Lady Chablis only visits here now. Being at
Club 1 can be very confusing - who is what and how do I feel about that?
If you afterwards feel the need for clarity - where you can be more
certain about who is what - then Uncle Harry's is available.
Contact Pami and Phenix for an appointment to get a
psychic reading; they help solve crimes - locate missing people - and
provide guidance for seekers; they can be reached at
missing nuclear bomb is just off of
Tybee in case you want to go
look for it. Apparently the US Air Force can't find it. If was
dropped years ago when Hunter Army Air Field was a SAC base. Maybe Pami and Phenix will help the Air Force if they ask.