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Would you be interested in a Haunted SCAD book?
The book would contain stories by webvisitors and myself. 
If you think that the possibility of a SCAD ghost book is something you would either be interested in being a part of or buying please e-mail me.

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NEW  yes really.  Updated stories from you out there in cyber land.  As well as unsolved mysteries of SCAD LAND.

The main door of a house comprises a significant part of the facade. Wood doors remain a top choice for a majority of homeowners. This is no surprise because as doors go, nothing rivals the sheer natural beauty of well crafted wooden doors. As most things of beauty however, handsome wood doors need to be well taken care of. Donít let this discourage you though because maintaining your wood doors need not be difficult or expensive. there a are a few things youíll need to keep in mind though.

The less exposed your wood doors are to the elements, the less maintenance it will require. This means that it is advisable to install your wooden doors in an enclosed entryway where it will be protected from the rain and from the sun. A quick rule of thumb, the roof should extend at least half the height of the door and should be at least 1 and a half the width of the door. A clear coat likewise provides protection from the sun and the rain. On average, exposed doors need to get a new coat once a year whereas covered doors need a new clear coat once every two. If your wooden doors are painted, they will need a fresh coat of paint every 5 years. Well maintained wooden doors are sure to keep their natural beauty for many many decades and may even outlive the house, which explains why you can find a lot of lovely antique wooden doors in the market. That however is another topic for another time.



Whether you're a resident at O'House or Pulaski House, you know that sometimes things can go bump in the night.  After scouring the web for other SCAD students who might have had similar experiences, and finding none, I decided to create a page where those who had something to share could, and others, well you just sit back and enjoy the show.

I don't have to tell anyone who's spent any ammount of time in Savannah that there is a lot of paranormal activity. I am also not going to spend time on those ghost stories that we have all heard about Savnnah.  However if you'd like to aquaint yourself with some lore on Savannah ghosts the following are great books on the subject:  'Savannah Spooks and Spectres' by Maragret W. DeBolt, Savannah Ghosts' by Al Cobb and 'The Phantoms of Dixie 'by Hanz Holzer.  I am sure there are many more books out there on the subject but those are a few good ones to start.  I intend to concentrate on experiences I have had while in Savannah. Of course I am happy to post YOUR stories if you are willing to share.

It has been brought to my attention that students living in Room 634 have been inundated with students coming to their room.  Let me say again...THIS ROOM IS NO LONGER INHABITED BY SPIRITS.  As I had written in my account, the activity stopped completely after winterbreak in 1996.  This is several years ago, and since I have not had any e-mail reports from those currently living in 634 I ask that you respect their privacy.
Thank you,

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This site was created April 2003