Eerie South Carolina: True Chilling Stories from the Palmetto Past

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The History Press, 2013 - History - 125 pages
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Master storyteller Sherman Carmichael is back with more mysterious tales from South Carolina--from Plantersville to Loris and from Beaufort to Clinton. Many of these stories have been told and retold throughout generations, like the red-eyed specter that roams the stairwells of Wilson Hall at Converse College or the haunted grave site of Agnes of Glasgow in Camden. In 1987, a construction company unearthed the bodies of fourteen Union soldiers from the Civil War--twelve of the bodies were found without their heads. The Abbeville Opera House has a chair that remains open to this day for a patron who visited long ago. Join Carmichael for these and many more rare and offbeat stories from South Carolina.
  

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Contents

Acknowledgements
7
The Abbeville Cpera House
20
NORTHEAST
33
The Atkinson House
47
The Hemingway Library
54
Loris Haunted House
68
The 01d Sheldon Church
82
Dock Street Theatre
96
MIDSTATE AND MISCELLANY
109
INTERVIEWS
115
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About the author (2013)

Sherman Carmichael spent 24 years in law enforcement in South Carolina. He has written many articles on haunted locations for various newspapers and two books with The History Press. Carmichael still investigates haunted locations in South Carolina.

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