Haunted South Carolina: Ghosts and Strange Phenomena of the Palmetto State
The stories of phantoms from the Indian conflicts, the American Revolution, and the Civil War still wandering the landscape of South Carolina are recounted here. Other strange phenomena include Messie the Lake Murray Monster, the trinocular Third Eye Man, the half-headed Lost Cadet, the Ghost Hound of Goshen, and the blood-sucking Boo Hag.
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