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Beaufort - Beaufort Branch 133.12975 WAR (Text) 0530010385918 Adult Non-Fiction Available -
Beaufort - St. Helena Branch 133.12975 WAR (Text) 0530005552260 Adult Non-Fiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 9780764347702
  • Physical Description: 112 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Atglen, Pennsylvania : Schiffer Publishing, [2014]

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Antigonish (poem) / Hughes Mearns -- COASTAL SC: The Blue Lady (Hilton Head) -- Ghost Treasure of Folly Island -- The Ghost of Fort Wagner (Folly Beach) -- The Ghostly Wedding (Pawleys Island) -- The Gray Man (Pawleys Island) -- Litchfield Plantation (Pawleys Island) -- The Pelican Inn(Pawleys Island) -- Alice Flagg (Murrells Inlet) -- Land's End Lights (St. Helena Island) -- The Chapel of Ease (St. Helena Island) -- Old Sheldon Church (Yemassee) -- Gauche the Huguenot Ghost (Beaufort) -- The Battery (Charleston) -- Poogan's Porch (Charleston) -- Old City Jail (Charleston) -- The Hunted Unitarian Church (Charleston) -- Battery Carriage Inn (Charleston) -- The Fallen at Sumter (Charleston) -- The Headless Sentry (Georgetown) -- CENTRAL SC: Legend of The Third Eye Man (Columbia) -- The Ghost Rider of Columbia -- The Ghost of Newberry -- The Party-Crashing Specter (Camden) -- Agnes of Glasgow (Camden) -- PIEDMONT SC: The Inn at Merridun (Union) -- The Snow House (Santee) -- Crybaby Bridge (Anderson) -- The Jailhouse Ghost (Pickens County) -- The Play-Loving Ghost (Abbeville) -- AFTERWORD: Hells Gate (Spartanburg) -- The Bloody Floorboards of Brookgreen (Georgetown) -- Wigg Barnwell House (Beaufort) -- The Ghost of Dr. Joseph Brown (Charleston) -- Brick House Ruins (Edisto Island) -- Olympia Mills (Columbia) -- Bubba (Columbia) -- Rice Museum (Georgetown) -- The Ghost of the Credit Union (Anderson).
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South Carolina, one of the oldest states in the Union has a very haunting history. Here find 30 ghostly stories from the coastal, central, and Piedmont areas. Find out about the famous Gray Man who wanders the beaches of Pawleys Island, warning residents of oncoming danger. Hear the ruckus raised by the ghost of legendary pirate Stede Bonnet, who is still seen and heard at night near the spot of his demise. Hear the sounds of battle on the calmest of evenings in Charleston, smell the smoke and gunpowder, and feel the strong sadness where soldiers fell at Fort Sumter. Visit the Cool Springs Plantation where some ghostly parties never end. From a monster at college to ghost lights in modern buildings, and more, South Carolina is home to spirits, spooks, and all manner of unearthly beings from eras long past.
Subject: Ghosts > South Carolina.
Haunted places > South Carolina.

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