If you've read or seen Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (and even if you haven't), you will want to visit Mercer House in the design district of Savannah, Georgia. Buy your timed tour ticket in the Carriage House behind the mansion (where there is one small bathroom available)--and get there early. We arrived at 10:30am and managed to secure 4 tickets for the 1:30pm tour. The 45 minute tour takes you from the carriage house, through Jim William's backyard and sunken garden, and then into the main hallway of the home. An internationally recognized antique dealer and restorer, Williams personally restored and decorated this 10,000 square foot house with an eclectic variety of treasures--and the tour will take you through the entire first floor, knowledgeably describing the antiques and restoration. While mention is made of the movie and William's "need to defend himself" in his home office, there is no mention of a death or murder trial--and you would be wise to leave it that way! The emphasis of the tour is on the house, not the notoriety of its famous (or infamous) previous resident.