Connections between "Gone With The Wind" & the Fayetteville, Georgia Cemetery





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Published on Oct 9, 2012

The city of Fayetteville, Georgia is forever connected to the people and events found in Margaret Mitchell's book "Gone With the Wind". For over a hundred years the characters have rested amongst the saints in the Fayetteville Cemetery.

Join GWTW expert Peter Bonner as he takes us again to where it all happened ... on the "Red Earth Trail from Jonesboro to Fayetteville".

Peter Bonner is an historian, public speaker and author ("Lost In Yesterday") renowned for his intimate knowledge of all things "Gone With The Wind" and Margaret Mitchell. Peter is also an expert on Southern history and the Civil War. Peter's emphasis is always the human side of the story, which can often be as hysterical as it is historical.

Historical And Hysterical Tours ©™ - the only "Gone With The Wind" tour in the world - combine Peter's two great loves: history and entertainment. The Road To Tara Museum in Jonesboro, Georgia offers a mini bus tour, while Peter conducts tours for chartered motor coaches regularly coming to meet this "hysterical historian".

Peter's love of history created a company providing history consultation, historic presentations to schools, corporate training and motivational speaking. He is a regular on TV, giving interviews and storytelling to "City Confidential", "History's Mysteries", Travel Channel, Georgia Public Television & more.

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Peter Bonner's videos are produced by Porter Versfelt III and Versfelt Communications Group - Atlanta http://www.vcgtvepk.com


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