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Haunted Army Posts & Battle Grounds in South Carolina

Across ##Region##, there are numerous abandoned and retired Army Posts and Battle Grounds that are haunted by soldiers of years gone by. If you love local history as much as you love Haunt Seeking, then you'll want to check out one of STATE's Haunted Army Posts and Battle Grounds, many of which are open to the public, and some of which even offer educational guided tours!
 
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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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  • 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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  •   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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