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Waccamaw Cemetery - Bucksport SC Real Haunt

  • Bucksport, SC
The Waccamaw Cemetery in Bucksport is where the ghost of Alice Flagg wanders around her grave searching for her ring. Stories say that Alice grew up in a wealthy family and fell in love with a poor man. Once her guardian found out, she was sent away to live in Charleston. Alice ended up getting sick with a fever so she returned home. Her guardian found her engagement ring on a ribbon around her neck and tore it away before throwing the ring into the marsh.

Alice's fever grew worse and she died. Her body was buried in the Waccamaw Cemetery. Her marker is a plain, white stone with just her first name, “Alice.” Her ghost is rumored to be seen in a white burial dress and is often spotted near her grave and in the marsh nearby looking for her engagement ring. Visitors sometimes leave small gifts for Alice, she seems to like round things.

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