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One of the most pleasurable reasons to visit St. Simons Island, Georgia is Cap Fendig, affectionately known to all who live there, and if you don't meet Cap you haven't been to St. Simons! Cap joins host Robin Milling at the King & Prince hotel greeting visitors with a clang of the Lighthouse Trolley bell.
The Trolley Ghost Tour is a treat through the eerie night. Cap shuts the trolley lights, making his way with boyhood sense memory down St. Simons Park amongst 600 year-old majestic oak trees whose hanging Spanish moss gives you the willies.
His tours take you through the nooks and crannies only someone with family generations dating back to the mid 1800s living on the Island would know. There's even Fendig Road named for Cap's family who came from Germany, fell in love with St. Simons and all it's glory and never left.
Visit www.lighthousetrolleys.com or www.capfendig.com
It's good to talk.