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Real Haunts in South Carolina- Paranormal SC

Did you know South Carolina is home to dozens of REAL Haunted Places? From haunted roadways and buildings where the dearly departed still lurk among us, to burial grounds and sacred places that are haunted by spirits who seemingly want to stay in this world, South Carolina has some truly eerie landmarks and historical sites that are hot spots for paranormal activity. South Carolina's Real Haunts are home to ghosts and spirits year-round - they're not your average Halloween Haunt. Find out all about South Carolina's Haunted History, and learn all about haunted places across the state that are plagued with REAL ghosts, ghouls, apparitions, and things that go bump in the night!
 
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    Dr. Joseph Johnson once called The Castle his home and the 1850 Italian Renaissance building is said to be haunted. Its story surround a ghost of a dwarf named Gauche, who was a jester brought to the area in 1562 by Jean Ribaut, a French explorer. Gauche's apparition has been spotted by people as far back as Dr. Johnson himself, both inside and outside the home. Dr. Johnson's daughter... Read More

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    The history of Magnolia plantation is murky when it comes to the arrival of union soldiers, however it is clear that the ghosts of abused and murdered slaves haunt the grounds. In 2009, Tv's Ghost Adventurers investigated the plantation. When filming in the slaves' cabin, the crew heard chanting and tapping noises. When Tv's Ghost Hunters investigated, unexplained music, coughing and a... Read More

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  •   Sansbury Cemetery Timmonsville, SC
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    This cemetery is different from the Sansbury Hill Cemetery, which is also in Timmonsville and is said to be an eerie place all around. Reports here include the sounds of a baby crying, unexplained sounds and eerie feelings of despair. Read More

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    The Montrose Cemetery is rife with paranormal activity. Investigators have explored the grounds, searching for indications of ghostly presences. Reports indicate cold spots abound in this area, and ghostly screams are often heard. Many people believe they are the cries of young children who were supposedly murdered there sometime between the 1950's and 1960's. Other visitors to the... Read More

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  •   Rutledge Victorian Guest House Charleston, SC
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    A ghostly young girl who passed away in a fire is said to linger here in spirit. She likes to turn the lights on and off and peer in from a window over the stairs. When her ghost is nearby, witnesses have smelled smoke. Read More

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  •   Heriot-Tarbox House Georgetown, SC
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    Dating back to the 1760's, this home is where the legendary Theodosia Burr Alston, daughter of U.S. Vice President Aaron Burr and wife of South Carolina Governor Joseph Alston stayed in 1812 before the the ship on which she was traveling vanished. Her ghost has been seen from here all along the coastline to North Carolina, as well as in front of the house. Another ghost that is said to... Read More

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    Dating back to the Civil War era, this bed and breakfast inn is said to be haunted by a soldier who hanged himself in the attic. Visitors who have stayed the night have reported feeling cold spots in the attic and have felt an eerie presence. Others have said an entity has pulled their blankets off the beds and thrown pillows around. Read More

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  •   Abbeville Opera House Abbeville, SC
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    A woman's spirit is said to linger this opera house. Her apparition has been spotted applauding in the balcony, wearing a period dress. The theater is now said to keep the seat open for her. She is believed to be an actress who got sick on a train ride and died in town. Apparitions have also been seen on stage. Legends say if anyone touchers her seat, something will happen during the... Read More

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  •   Old Exchange Building Charleston, SC
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    The Old Exchange Building used to house pirates while they awaited execution. According to legend, the infamous pirate Blackbeard was once held in the exchange building. The ghosts of countless restless pirates haunt the halls, bringing with them a feeling of despair and dread. Visitors often note cold spots and the sound of chains swinging from the ceiling. Some witnesses even spotted... Read More

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  •   St. Philip's Graveyard Charleston, SC
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    St. Philip's graveyard is a popular excursion on ghost tours. According to legend, the ghost of Sue Howard. In 1888 Howard gave birth to a stillborn and died of unknown circumstances ten days later. A century later, an amateur photographer was taking shots of the cemetery, completely unaware of any spectral presences. When the film was developed he noticed a shawl covered figure hunched... Read More

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  •   Price House Cottage Summerville, SC
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    Stories say that the ghost that resides at this bed and breakfast likes to take nice jewelry. Read More

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  • Fort Jackson Columbia, SC
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    This military base is believed to be haunted by multiple spirits. At the artillery range, the ghost of a female soldier haunts the area. She is believed to have killed herself and now walks around with a hole in her helmet. In the B 369 AG barracks, a shadowy figure roams the area, checking in on the rooms and intently watching soldiers. Read More

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    The Bicycle Shoppe was once Harley-Davidson and is believed to be haunted by both an evil spirit and a good spirit. Witnesses have reported a strong, sweet fragrance in certain spots on the grounds. Read More

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    Hotel Aiken is the home to numerous ghosts. Room 302 is believed to be particularly haunted. It is haunted by the ghost of a man who committed suicide by leaping from his window. A guest has reported to have seen the ghost of a stooped over old woman in the room. Room 225 is haunted by a ghost who has a fondness for television. Whenever the room is vacant the TV is mysteriously turned... Read More

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  •   Rice Hope Plantation Moncks Corner, SC
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    Formerly known as the Luckins plantation, a young family resided on the plantation. The daughter was eventually shipped off to boarding school where she was abused by the school master. One day she was tied to a tombstone as punishment for misbehaving. The girl was eventually saved by a slave who returned the girl to her grandmother. Traumatized, the young girl was inconsolable. Her... Read More

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  •   Poinsett Bridge Landrum, SC
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    The Poinsett bridge has been abandoned and left to the ghosts. Built in 1820 this fourteen foot Gothic style bridge is no longer safe for public use. Visitors to the area have reported their cars faltered when starting, and they could hear bizarre screams and moans. According to legend, a slave was hanged from the bridge. Some people claim to have heard his screams when near the bridge. Read More

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  •   White Point Garden Charleston, SC
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    White Park Gardens, also known as The Battery, is said to be haunted by the spirits of pirates who were hanged here long ago. Stories say their ghosts wander around the park in search of their executioners. Read More

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  •   Patriots Point Museum - USS Yorktown Mount Pleasant, SC
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    The USS Yorktown is recognized for a reputation that is historical, spectacular and supernatural. The ship is the namesake for an aircraft carrier that was sunk in 1942 during the Battle of Midway. It was also used in numerous films, including "Tora! Tora! Tora!" and "The Philadelphia Experiment. However, its most bizarre claim to fame is due to its hauntings. Staff members, police... Read More

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  •   Poogan's Porch Charleston, SC
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    Poogan's Porch is named after a stray dog that was adopted by the former resident of the house. Although the restaurant is named after this friendly pooch, the building has a much darker history, one that is more familiar to community members. In 1900 two sisters, Zoe and Elizabeth St. Armand resided at the house. The two sisters were incredibly close, spending the majority of their... Read More

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    This private home once served as a prestigious boarding school for young women. The headmistress was incredibly strict, especially after one of the girls slipped away and eloped with a young man. After the young woman's escape, madame Talvande increased her surveillance, ensuring that such a scandal would never occur a second time. It is believed that Talvande's ghost still haunts the... Read More

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  •   Inn at Merridun Union, SC
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    The Inn at Merridun is haunted by multiple ghosts, all of whom are friendly. Guests are informed of their presence through the smell of rose-scented perfume and cigar smoke. These two ghosts (assumed to be the former residents, T.C and Fannie Duncan) will occasionally leave pennies as gifts for the new guests. Harpsichord music is occasionally played at night, despite the lack of a... Read More

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  •   Jasmine House Inn Charleston, SC
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    According to stories, a guest that was staying in the Chrysanthemum Room woke up to find a woman's ghost standing near his band. He said the ghost did not want him to leave the inn and when he went to exit, she tore up his newspaper into tiny pieces and left them all over the floor. Read More

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  •   Jacksonboro Light Hollywood, SC
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    The swinging light on Parkers Ferry road is believed to belong to the ghost of a preacher. According to the story, the preacher went out later at night on a search party for his missing daughter. At some point during the night he was struck and killed by a car. The only thing is, he doesn't seem to know he's dead. You can see his ghost wandering the street, desperately searching for his... Read More

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    This building once operated as a bed and breakfast and is said to have a rocking chair in the "Rice Planter's Room" that rocks back and forth on its own. Read More

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  •   All Saints Cemetery Pawleys Island, SC
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    The story surrounding this cemetery includes a beautiful woman named Alice Flagg, the sister of a wealthy Dr. Allard Flagg who moved into The Hermitage in 1849. Alice was said to have fallen in love with a lumberman, but Dr. Flagg did not approve of the two being together, so he sent him away. Alice was upset with her brother and disregarded his wishes and met up with her lover in... Read More

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  •   Charleston Naval Shipyard North Charleston, SC
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    The shipyard is believed to haunted by a former slave. She is often spotted hiding between the trees. Read More

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  •   Converse College Spartanburg, SC
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    Converse College possesses multiple haunted buildings. A ghostly boy is known to play catch by the laundry room in the Williams Dorm. The Hazel B. Abott theater is haunted by its namesake and the Wilson hall has a ghost with red eyes. However, it is Pell Hall that has arguably the most famous specter. According to legend, the ghostly lady in white had jumped from her window in an... Read More

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    Formerly a high school, the Evan's building is now the academic center at Spratanburg community college. College students claim to hear footsteps in the empty hallways and occasionally the sound of sneakers on the basketball court. The basketball games that used to be played at the high school can still be heard lat at night. Read More

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  •   Pickens County Museum Pickens, SC
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    Formerly a county jail, the Pickens Country Museum is no stranger to tragic tales. In fact, the ghost of former inmates can still be heard within the museum. One ghost in particular has gained public attention. In 1944 Willie Earle was a young boy who was imprisoned for murdering a cab driver. It is now believed that the driver was murdered by another passenger, not Willie. However,... Read More

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    Visitors have reported a the omnipresent smell of smoke despite failing to locate a source. Others have reported difficulty breathing, while most people claim to have heard a child crying. According to legend, the cries come from the grave of Jessie Blue Hyatt, a child who died at a young age. Read More

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  •   Wigg-Barnwell House Beaufort, SC
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    This historic home once served as a hospital during the Civil War and is believed to be haunted. Witnesses have reported hearing eerie sounds, have felt cold spots and have spotted a soldier's apparition. Read More

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    The birth years on tombstones of the Children's graveyard ranges from the 1700's to the 1800's, indicating that most of the resident ghosts have been around for centuries. These restless spirits have on occasion emitted eerie lights and otherworldly noises. Disembodied laughing and running footsteps have been reported. Some paranormal investigators used EVPs and recorded what sounds to... Read More

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  •   New Salem Church Cemetery Taylors, SC
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    Visitors of this graveyard have reported seeing unexplained moving lights, along with the sounds of voices, touches from something unseen, temperature anomalies, eerie feelings and other strange occurrences. Read More

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  •   West End Cemetery Newberry, SC
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    This cemetery is believed to be haunted by The Bride of West End. Her apparition shows as a melancholy bride who sits in the trees, wandering the nearby fields or standing near her grave. Stories say she is waiting for her lover to take her to their wedding ceremony. Read More

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  •   Spartanburg Methodist College Spartanburg, SC
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    This college has a resident ghost of a student who committed suicide by jumping from a window. Witnesses have spotted the student's apparition standing by the window where he jumped, or in the halls. Read More

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  •   Beth Elohim Cemetery Georgetown, SC
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    This cemetery is the second oldest Jewish cemetery in the state and its haunting stories are surrounded by best friends Pauline Moses and Eliza Munnerlyn. The two girls had planned to be married on the same day at the same time, but in two different locations. However, the two girls ended up catching yellow fever and died a few days before their weddings. Visitors have reported hearing... Read More

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  •   Chester Little Theatre Chester, SC
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    The Chester Little Theatre was also known as the Dreamland Theatre as early as 1913. With such a long history, the theater has become a hot spot for paranormal activity. Witnesses have reported apparitions and eerie noises. Read More

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  •   Foster's Tavern Spartanburg, SC
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    Constructed in the early 1800's, Foster's Tavern is one of the oldest buildings in Spratanburg. Perhaps due to its ancient history, the three story house has accrued a few paranormal residents. Over the centuries ghost stories have agreed upon a few details in particular. Strange sounds are heard throughout the building. It is believed that footsteps and voices can be heard on the... Read More

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  •   Litchfield Plantation Pawleys Island, SC
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    Dating back to 1740, this plantation is most famous for its ghost, Dr. Henry Tucker. Tucker was a member of one of the families to own the plantation in the late 1800's and his apparition has been spotted in the Blue Room. His spirit is said to be friendly. Other strange occurrences here include chambermaid apparitions and eerie lights. Read More

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  •   Coker College Hartsville, SC
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    The dorms of Coker College are believed to be haunted by a student who hanged herself in an elevator shaft (which has since been turned into a stairwell). Throughout the years, students have claimed her ghost interacts with them by turning on and off radios and alarm clocks. There are also indescribable noises that have been attributed to her ghost. Read More

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  •   Belmont Inn Abbeville, SC
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    This historic hotel was first established back in the turn of the twentieth century and operated as a luxurious railroad accomodation for town visitors. Those who have stayed at the hotel have reported strange occurrences in a number of the rooms, including an entity that likes to open and close doors. Read More

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    If you ever visit Bethabara cemetery, keep an eye out for the glowing cross marker of a confederate soldier's grave. The cross glows only three times a year, making it incredibly rare for visitors to witness this phenomenon. It is also said that the cross changes color several times throughout the year before returning to a worn out rust color. Read More

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  • Pelican Inn Summerville, SC
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    There are two spirits that are believed to haunt this inn, and they're both dogs. A previous caretaker once owned two Boston Terriers, and stories say that one of them swam out in the surf to save a young boy's life. The dog soon passed away, the other dying soon after of loneliness. Both of the dogs have been spotted and heard on the beach when the sun goes down. Read More

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    The ghost of a little girl is said to haunt this early-1800's inn. She is said to wander the halls calling out for her mother. Read More

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  • Graniteville Cemetery Graniteville, SC
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    A witch spirit is said to haunt this cemetery late at night, placing flowers on children's graves. Visitors have reported eerie occurrences here, including the sound of gunshots, screams and laughter. Some have even reported that the dead have reached up and grabbed their feet. Read More

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  •   This Whole House Summerville, SC
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    Although this tearoom is now closed, it is rumored to be haunted by a spirit named Mary Helen. The building was built around 1875 and was said to have once been a brothel. Eerie occurrences here include the sound of breaking dishes in the kitchen, objects being moved and some witnesses have felt dizzy while inside. Read More

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    The fourth floor of Tillman hall is believed to be haunted. Built by prisoners, it is believed that their spirits remain bound to the building. According to reports, the footsteps of prisoners can still be heard emanating from the fourth floor. Read More

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    Stories say that the spirits of the Blackeney family will sometimes appear to visitors. The family emigrated from Ireland, and some fought in the Civil War. Read More

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  • Rosemary Hall North Augusta, SC
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    The resident ghost of this local inn is believed to be Ms. Jackson, the wife of the inn's original owner. Ms. Jackson's portrait hangs upstairs, often causing a shock for guests when they witness the very same woman walking about the inn. Room 205 is believed to be especially haunted. Objects disappear and reappear in different places, the TV turns on and off on its own, and disembodied... Read More

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  •   Tans Bay Baptist Church Effingham, SC
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    This church is believed to be haunted by a ghostly baby who passed away before the building became a church. It has been said that the baby accidentally fell on its head and instantly died. Floating lights have been seen and the sound of a baby crying has been heard. Read More

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  •   Newberry College Newberry, SC
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    According to legend, Keller Hall is haunted by the ghost of a woman who threw herself from the bell tower. Her screams of anguish are heard echoing through the tower and sometimes her figure appears in front of students. In the Kinard Dorm there is a playful ghost that haunts the second floor. The ghost is believed to open windows, drawers, closets and cabinets and play with water... Read More

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  •   Meeting Street Inn Charleston, SC
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    There are two rooms at this inn that are said to be haunted - 107 and 303. A woman's apparition has been spotted in room 107 and in 303, the ghost has not been seen but is known to play tricks with the doors. Read More

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  •   Battery Carriage House Inn Charleston, SC
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    Room 8 at this inn is said to be haunted, along with room 10. In room 8, guests have reported being woken up in the middle of the night by an apparition that is described as being a headless torso. A scandalous ghost is said to haunt room 10, and apparently likes to get in bed with the lady guests. There are a number of other ghosts who have been spotted on the grounds as well. Read More

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  •   DuPre House Georgetown, SC
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    Currently a Bed & Breakfast, the historic DuPre house offers guests a comfortable lodging and an unforgettable experience. The DuPre house is occupied by two ghosts, a mother and daughter who lived during the civil war era. According to legend, the two women were burned to death in a fire. Now their ghosts wander their former home and bring with them the smell of smoke. Visitors to the... Read More

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  •   Fort Sumter Fort Sumter, SC
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    On April 13, 1861 Fort Sumter was surrendered to the Confederate army. Before handing over the fort, Major Robert Anderson ordered his men to perform a traditional 100 gun salute. Unfortunately, on the 47th shot, a gun misfired and killed a union soldier named Daniel Hough. It is believed that Hough's spirit never left Fort Sumter. To this day visitors swear they encountered his... Read More

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  •   John D. Long Lake Union, SC
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    At this lake is where Susan Smith killed her children by strapping them into her vehicle and rolling it into the lake. She claimed her kids were kidnapped by a carjacker. Those who have visited the monument erected to the children have claimed to see orbs and hear children's laughter. Read More

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  •   The Grey Man of Pawley's Island Pawley's Island, SC
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    Unable to save his own life, the grey man spends his afterlife protecting people from tragic fates. The grey man will most often appear prior to a hurricane. In this way, he attempts to persuade people to move inland or get off the island. Survivors of tragic storms have recounted tales in which the grey man appeared and warned them of the impending storm. Read More

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    This church is haunted by numerous ghosts, but the two most frequently spotted are a confederate soldier and a woman in a tree. The soldier wanders the cemetery often stopping to look upon graves. The woman is more stationary, she sits in trees with low-hanging branches. Read More

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    Also known as Park Cemetery by some locals, this location is believed to be haunted by a child's ghost. The child may have been buried on the grounds, and is named Jessie Blue Hyatt. His cries have been heard, and some reports of phantom smells of smoke and difficult breathing have also taken place here. Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Cemeteries

  •   Old Village Post House - Guilds Inn Mount Pleasant, SC
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    Once operating as the "Guilds Inn," this restaurant is now called the "Old Village Post House Inn." The location was featured in “Haunted Inns of the Southeast” under its previous name. The book suggested that the ghost of Captain Samuel Guilds, the previous owner, haunted the place, and that the best time to visit if you wanted to meet him was during a full moon. No word on whether or... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Hotels & Lodging

  •   Cottageville Cemetery Cottageville, SC
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    According to legend, if you circle the cemetery three times, drive your car into the center and flash your lights three times, then you will awaken the dead. Ghosts will crawl out of their graves and roam the cemetery. Some witnesses claim a few ghosts began throwing things at them, while others couldn't care less about the living. Read More

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    According to legend, the ghost of Jehu Gregory (the plantation owner) haunts the family plot. His ghost used to appear frequently, but ever since the tombstones were repaired, he has not been spotted. However, witnesses have reported singing and voices emanating from empty rooms and areas of the house. Read More

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    This university is believed to be haunted by a number of spirits. Former President McKissick and ghostly soldiers are said to linger the library, along with a spectral woman with long dark hair have been spotted at the DeSaussure College building. The ghostly woman is said to be the daughter of the military's Dr. Black, who was killed by a group of soldiers. The doctor's daughter... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Colleges

  •   Cry Baby Bridge Anderson, SC
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    The Cry Baby Bridge is closed off for vehicles, but it is still accessible on foot. All you have to do is walk along the path of Cry Baby Creek, the very same creek where a young mother lost her infant in the waters. If you visit the bridge late at night, you can hear the cries of the child and sometimes you can see the apparition of the young mother, desperately searching for her baby. Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Bridges & Overpasses

  •   Longstreet Theater Columbia, SC
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    Formerly a civil war hospital, this theater is located on the University of South Carolina campus and is known to be a hot spot for paranormal activity. The ghosts of former patients and staff members are said to wander the theater, believing they are still in the hospital. Cold spots, strange noises and full apparitions are common occurrences at this theater. Visitors often report... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Theaters

  •   Henning-Miller House Georgetown, SC
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    Dating back to 760, this house is said to be haunted by a ghost that likes to linger on the staircase. Stories say that when the British took over the home during the American Revolution, one of the officers fell down the stairs when he heard his daughter mention that Patriot hero Francis "Swamp Fox" Marion was in town. The British officer broke his neck during the fall and died... Read More

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  •   Molly's Rock Picnic Area Newberry, SC
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    Molly's Rock at Flag Lake, which is no longer a lake, is said to be a hot spot for paranomal activity. Stories say that on a nearby hill stands a cemetery that has an entire row of grave markers for those who committed suicide. Those visiting the area have reported eerie feelings, bright lights at night and unexplained car trouble. Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Nature & Outdoors (ie. Haunted Woods)

  •   Bingham's Light Latta, SC
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    According to legend, Bingham's light is the flickering lantern of the man who was killed by a train. It is believed the man was trapped on the tracks and desperately flashed his light in order to attract the attention of oncoming trains. His light can still be seen glowing in the darkness. Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Bridges & Overpasses

  •   Abbeville County Museum Abbeville, SC
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    Now operating as a museum, the location was once the historic jail building and dates back to the Civil War era. The most haunted spot in the building is said to be the third floor, where the worst of prisoners were housed. Reports here include ghostly footsteps and the spirit of a friendly African American prisoner named Earl, who has been spotted on the upper floor. Read More

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  •   Morgan-Ginsler House Georgetown, SC
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    This location once operated as a Civil War hospital for Union soldiers. Witnesses have reported hearing eerie sounds coming from the dining room, that some believe are the sounds of Satan forcing the souls of the soldiers who died there to relive their last miserable moments. Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Houses

  •   Three Bridges Road Powdersville, SC
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    This road is known to paranormal enthusiasts as the place where a Civil War eria slave named Eloise roams. The story says that Union soldiers killed Eloise's master nearby and the distraught slave was reluctant to leave her master's body. When the soldiers found her mourning his death, they killed her too. Her ghost is said to roam along the road, screaming. Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Bridges & Overpasses

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