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"Whether you believe in ghosts or not--these stories are true. Or at least the people interviewed believe they have seen ghosts." ...Nancy Roberts.

 

SOUTH CAROLINA GHOST TALES

by Nell S. Graydon 

Eerie and unusual stories of haunted houses and ghosts that have been around for centuries and which, some say, still roam!

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AMERICA’S MOST HAUNTED PLACES

Seventeen ghost stories associated with historically important locations in the United States including Fort Ticonderoga, Gettysburg, Harper's Ferry, and the Comstock Lode.   The historic sites are haunted by the spirits of those that helped to make each of the places famous.

124 pages. B/w photos. 1974.

Softcover, ISBN 13: 978-0-87844-074-0/ISBN 10: 0-87844-074-7, $12.95

 



 

GHOSTS AND SPECTERS OF THE OLD SOUTH

For Young Readers

A collection of stories describing ghostly apparitions and happenings in the Deep South. The stories include The Ghosts of Captain Flint, The Dance of the Ghosts, The Haunted Plantation House, The Gray Man's Warning, The Little People, Ghosts of the Old Gold Mine, Specter of the Spanish Castle, Ghost of the Spanish Castle, The Ghost Dog and Joe Baldwin's Light.  More info...

93 pages. B/w photos. 1974.

ISBN 13: 978-0-87844-058-0/ISBN 10: 0-87844-058-5, $12.95 (PB)

 

 

 



 

SOUTHERN GHOSTS

Thirteen chilling accounts of ghostly visitors.

The Eternal Dinner Party (Savannah, GA), President Carter's Haunted House (Plains, GA), The Van Landingham Ghost (Charlotte, NC), The Brown Mountain Lights (NC Blue Ridge Mountains), The Curse of the Egyptian Tomb (Georgetown, SC). Railroad Bill (Alabama),    Ghost of the Old Fort (Charleston, SC), The Ghosts of Elizabeth Routt (Alabama), The Ghost on Park Road, Phantom Rider of the Shenandoah (Virginia), The Ghost of Marse Joel (Georgia), Specter of the Sorrel Stallion (Georgia), The Girl on the Rock at Tocca Falls (Georgia)

 86 pages. B/w photos. 1979.

ISBN 10: 0-87844-075-5/ISBN 13: 0-87844-075-7, $10.95 (PB)

 



 

 

COASTAL GHOSTS, From Savannah to Wilmington

A guide to the sites of ghostly appearances and mysterious happenings along the coast from Wilmington, North Carolina, through South Carolina’s fabled Low-country, to Savannah, Georgia. The twenty-five tales are arranged geographically.( More information)

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 


 

JOHN-HENRY RUTLEDGE

The Ghost of Hampton Plantation   A Parable as if told by Sue Alston

A fascinating and colorful account of Sue Alston, the daughter of emancipated slaves who spent her life on Hampton Plantation, on the South Santee River. The voice of Sue Alston takes you on a journey through the lives of those who called the Hampton mansion home.   (More information)

 

SLAVE GHOST STORIES: 

Tales of Hags, Hants, Ghosts, & Diamondback Rattlers

A compilation of stories borrowed from former slaves of North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.  (More information)

 

Ghosts of Georgetown

 

Ghosts of Georgetown

Georgetown County, located between Myrtle Beach and Charleston, South Carolina, is steeped in tales of dynamic men and women who once lived and prospered here. Though these men and women have now passed away, many of their spirits still remain. There are rumored to be over a hundred ghosts in the area, making Georgetown County one of the nation's most haunted locations. More info

 


 

Georgetown Mysteries and Legends

Elizabeth Huntsinger Wolf, the author of two popular Low Country ghost-story collections, returns with a third volume of 18 stories. In this collection, Wolf moves beyond local haints and tells about eerie events and unsolved mysteries from the area.

 

   


 

 


 

 

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