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Haunted Charleston: Most Haunted Places: #2 The Pirate House
Posted on October 19, 2019
For anyone who loves pirate history, they know that there is quite a bit of it in Charleston, South Carolina. In fact, pirates pretty much ran this city when they landed here. Being a popular port cit...
Haunted Charleston: Most Haunted Places: #3 St. Philip’s Episcopal Church
Posted on October 18, 2019
Charleston, South Carolina is known for its culture and history. For some, it is also known for how spooky and haunted it is. Imagine that you are walking around this beautiful city at n...
Haunted Charleston: Most Haunted Places #5: The Circular Graveyard
Posted on October 17, 2019
Cemeteries freak a lot of people out, but there are others that enjoy the energy that they bring. In times past, many cemeteries were seen as a place to enjoy a walk and even a picnic. I...
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Boo Hags & Haint Blue: Vampires of the Lowcountry & the Paint that Stops Them
In this article, we’ll be looking into two of the most well-known legends of the Gullah people in South Carolina: the notorious vampiric creature known as the Boo Hag and Haint Blue, the paint color...
The Legend of Dr. Trott’s Apothecary and the Captured Mermaid
The Legend of Dr. Trott’s Apothecary and the Captured Mermaid In 1867 in Charleston, South Carolina, the owner of a new apothecary found himself on the wrong end of a rioting group of ove...
Creepy Urban Legends of South Carolina
Creepy Urban Legends of South Carolina The United States of America may be one country, but there’s a reason it’s known as the melting pot of the world. All sorts of different cultures and ...