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Abbeville - Abbeville Opera House - The Historical Abbeville Opera House is old enough to have a Negro balcony, which still exists. The balcony is completely cleared, except for one chair, which is said to belong to the ghost of the house. Legend has it that one of the black patrons of the house was murdered in that very balcony.

Aiken - Granetville Cemetery - there has been reported sightings of a witch ghost late at night who walks through the cemetery putting flowers on little kids graves. also there has been reports of screams coming from the back of the cemetery where unmarked graves are and if you walk though and step on one the spirit of the person you step on will grab your feet. everything from gunshots to screams and laughter can be heard on cold full moon nights.

Aiken - Holley House - This Inn was built in 1898 and is still open today. The second floor has many unusual happenings. Many unexplained noises and shadows. Housekeepers report hearing "whispers" when the floor is empty. Many times a housekeeper's cart will be at the opposite end of the hall when she returns from cleaning a room. Guests report a lady crying, sometimes screaming on occasion. Toilets flush in unoccupied rooms. Doors open and close. Many times the TV in room 225 is found on even though it has not been unoccupied. The lights in the basement mysteriously are found on.

Anderson - Cobbs Way - A Ghostly Figure with a white mask believed to be a killer that slaughtered in the 1500's.

Anderson - Anderson College - Sullivan Music Center - a ghost of a lovely young girl haunts this building. People say she is there because she is waiting for someone.

Beaufort - The Chapel of Ease - This notorious church is located on St. Helena and now stands deserted. When workers tried to seal up the crypt behind the church, they would find a surprise awaiting them the following morning. The bricks used to seal off the crypt somehow got neatly put in a little pile. All of their work seemed to be in vain for this happened numerous times. Other people have reported strange sensations when walking through the church's graveyard.

Beaufort - Joseph Johnson House
- The Castle - Legend states that the explorer Jean Ribaut brought with him a jester, a dwarf named Gauche. He's been sighted walking on the shadowy grounds of the house, and some say they've seen him inside while touring the historic home.  

Beech Island - Redcliffe Plantation
- It is believed to have a lot going on here.  This all falls back on the Hammonds family.  Mr. James Hammond was a senator back in the 1800's.  If you go to Redcliffe plantation, you will notice all trees are planted in a triangular pattern.  Also, in front of the Hammond mansion, you will see a field with only three trees standing.  It is believed if anyone goes near them, something weird will happen.  Also, there are stories of James Hammond haunting certain people& a shadowy figure that stares and sometimes touches people.

Blacksburg - Blacksburg Middle School Gym - In 1980 a girl basketball player for the school hung her self after a game they had won. Some of the teachers and students have witnessed her ghost staying late at school. Also during football season the lights in the gym have been seen going on in off after games.

Blacksburg - Cherokee Falls Bridge - Booger Jim lives under the bridge. He died on the bridge in 1979 when he was hung over the side of the bridge with jumper cables by his crazy wife Becca at around 9:00 P.M. If you call his name 3 times, he will answer, but you can't make it out because his throat was crushed from the hanging! Some people have even reported seeing him with a large burn on his throat from the cables.

Blacksburg - Rock House Rd.
- There is an old tale of the history of Rock House Rd. The road runs alongside the King's Mountain Battle Ground. Rock House Rd. got its name from a rock house that was constructed in the early 1800's.  This house is still standing and can be viewed only one day a year.  The legend is, is there was a family that lived in the house.  A happy family but they had a mentally impaired daughter.  She was to stay in the house cellar because she was an embarrassment.  Her father made her stay in the cellar all day but at night he would give her a candle and let her venture outside.  One night the daughter decided to go out further than usual.  Her candle however blew out.  The girl was lost.  She tried to find her way in the darkness but she was unsuccessful.  She later died.  It is said that anyone who lives on Rock House Rd.  Can light a candle and hold it to the window and the girls face will appear.

Blacksburg - White Wolf Hollow - White Wolf Hollow is a popular hangout for local teenagers and coon hunters.  There are reports of seeing floating lights that look like flashlight.  Also people have talked about seeing a huge cat-like critter that has eyes that shine red instead of the normal florescent green shine.  A lot of the coon hunters have repeatedly ran over "white monkeys" that cross the road in front of their trucks.  When they go back to look for them, there is nothing there.  White Wolf Hollow is next to Kings Mtn State and National Parks.  There are graveyards all in the woods around the parks. 10/16/07 Addition from a viewer (Thank you Miranda S.!) - The legend dates back to the civil war era. It goes about like this...a soldier returning home finds that his wife has been cheating on him. He attacked her and killed her but during the struggle her white wolf (she owned as a pet) tried to protect her and ultimately, the soldier killed the wolf too. The bridge found on White Wolf Road, leading into the hollow, was where he took the two bodies and disposed of them. Tossing one piece of his wife and one piece of the wolf to the east and repeated it to the west of the bridge. The souls of the two intertwined some way and the apparition of a woman in white with a wolf's head has been the legend. The legend also says that you can hear a 1/2 woman 1/2 wolf type scream.

Blacksburg - White Wolf Road
- Near Kings Mt. St. Park - "White Wolf Hollow"- Two things have happened there. The first is a Klan killing of a black man and his white wife. People have seen the girl in her white dress there. The second is the mysterious torching of a man's truck back in the 60's. The man was shot execution stile near the truck. The truck's headlights have been seen as it has driven the road.

Blenheim - Binghams light
- It is said back in the early 1800's a man's two children became missing in a snow storm. The man went in search of his children and never returned and neither did his children. It is said if you drive into the woods by a dirt road you will see his lantern glowing in the distance. It is also said if you scream to the light that you have his children the light will turn red. There are no reports of anyone getting close to the light but if you wait long enough maybe the light will come to you.- December Update: Bingham's lights appear close to the old cemetery, which is actually split into two sections, one on each of two hilltops. If you drive down the road between the graveyards towards the woods you will see the lights. It works best if you get out and walk in that direction. - February 2007 Update: Reported that the place is now gated off, presumably due to people shooting at light.

Brattonsville - Battlefield - If you walk through it you can feel people and hear them. Reports of hearing metal banging, and seeing a light in the blacksmith shop. Nobody lives around there, and it is DEFINITLEY haunted.

Brattonsville - Slave cemetery - It is on Burkins road. It is basically woods, and every hole you step in is a slave. If you go through the woods for a while, you will come up to a tombstone about 3 feet tall. You can barely read it, but it is the tombstone of Watt,he was likely an important slave. Behind it is a rock lying on the ground, and underneath it is his wife. Next to it if you shine the light, you can see the sunken in ground where a slave is lying, and you can also see where the wife is laying. Its incredibly scary. You get a really weird feeling if you stand on in a grave in the pitch black.Make sure you bring flash lights. - March 2004 Update/ additional info:Watt was the slave that ran from Brattonsville to retrieve Col. Bratton and inform him that a group of British loyalists were headed toward Brattonsville. Col. Bratton returned and defeated Capt. Huck's men, hence the Battle of Huck's Defeat.

Camden - Agnes of Glascow b. 1760 d. 1780 - American Folk Figure. According to tradition, she followed her lover in the British Army during the Revolutionary War. She searched through the wilderness to Camden, South Carolina, but died before finding him. She was then buried here under cover of darkness by King Haigler and his men. (King Haigler was an American Catawba Indian who befriended Europeans in South Carolina). According to local legend her ghost can be seen as she continues to walk to streets and roads in and near Camden, South Carolina, still looking for her lover.

Catfish - Riverbend road
- N.C. HWY 16.- There is an old Indian burial ground If you go down the road about 3 miles and turn off in the field you will find an old dirt road with a chain blocking the drive. People say they see lights down there and that weird things happen to their vehicles when the lights come near.

Cayce - Busbee Middle School - It is said the stairs by E-pod are haunted by a little girl who fell down the stairs and broke her neck. It is said she fell because there was no light and it was to dark. It is also said that the lights would come on every now and then and people think its her tried to get down the stairs safe.

Charleston - The Battery Carriage Inn -The Gentleman ghost that haunts this Inn has been described as a handsome, but wispy apparition. He is said to demonstrate a fondness for women by lying down in bed next to female guests. When the women scream, he politely gets up and exits through the wall.

Charleston - Boone hall plantation - Reports of an apparition of a man that seems to be trying to remove a bullet from someone.

Charleston - Charleston Naval Base
- the ghost of a slave girl is spotted in a clump of trees here.

Charleston - The Dockstreet Theatre - best known as the most haunted place in Charleston. It is haunted by two ghosts the nameless ghost was supposed to have been a prostitute. The other ghost (That has a name) is supposed to be the father of John Wilkes Booth, the man that shot Pres. Lincoln

Charleston - Harley Shop
- Meeting Street -It is said to be haunted by two ghost. One good and one evil. Things are often moved and a strong sweet smell is smelled sometimes in certain places by certain people.

Charleston - Poogans Porch Restaurant - Guests of the hotel across the street at the hotel have called the police numerous times claiming to see an old woman in the 2nd floor window at night when the place is closed waving at them. Restaurant staff is familiar with her too. There is another ghost that haunts this restaurant, one that is much friendlier than the other ghost, Zoe. There is a little West Highland White Terrier, named Poogin, who haunts the front of the porch. People will feel something brush up against their leg, or hear little footsteps. He has been seen a couple of times, and causes no trouble or harm.

Charleston - Old Exchange Building - The Old Exchange contains much history. It's basement is said to have held some of the world's greatest criminals such as Black Beard.  In the basement, people have experienced chains swinging and orbs. Upstairs, doors have closed by themselves and there are a few cold spots. Many people have experienced such activity.

Charleston - South Windermere Cinemas
- reports of hearing people walking and talking only to find no one there, after cleaning the theater and putting up all the seats, upon returning to find all the seats down or every other row down or sometimes every other seat down, sometimes pictures can be taken of what seems to be ghostly apparitions.

Charleston - St. Phillips Graveyard - The ghost of Sue Howard who's baby died still haunts the place, and is said to frequently attack women who are pregnant or have had miscarriages. There is also proof of her existence by a photograph taken by a photographer in the 80's doing a piece on Charleston's graveyards.

Charleston - The Rutledge Victorian Guesthouse
- A young girl died in a fire many years ago and they rebuilt the house in the 80's. The girl is known to turn lights on and off and people have seen her eyes peering in from a window above the stairs. They say you can occasionally smell smoke from the girl carrying the scent through the house.

Charleston - White point gardens (The Battery) - Spirits of the pirates that were hung there have been seen walking the park in search of there executioners.

Charleston - Yeoman's Hall
-Mary Hyrne haunts this building where she once lived.

Chester - The Chester Little Theater -Many strange and unusual things have taken place there including unexplained noises and apparitions.

Chesterfield - Pageland - Capt. John Blakeney Cemetery - It's said that at night you can see the ghost of the Blakeney family, this family is from the Civil War era.

Clinton - Lydia Mill - There is a ghost of a headless woman that haunts Lydia Mill and the area surrounding it. She has been seen roaming around the railroad tracks behind the mill, and sometimes in the mill itself.

Clinton - Ratliff House - Back in 1992 a house was built on 10 acres of land that had never been touched, it used to be an old soldiers graveyard. When your in the house you can hear footsteps, doors shutting, voices, and what sounds to be an old man screaming in pain.

Columbia - The Congaree River Bridge
- Haunted by a young girl who hitchhikes and asks her benefactor who picks her up to take her to her home and disappears in the car on the way there.

Columbia - Fort Jackson
- Artillery range - a female soldier with a hole in her helmet has been seen at the range. Apparently she killed herself in one of the Latrines.

Columbia - Fort Jackson -The B Company 369th AG Barracks - You can late at night see a black shadowy mist of a man (mostly on the 2nd floor) walking to each room like he was checking on his soldiers then go in the bathroom and close the door.  Eerie feeling in the day room with the big screen TV.  Feel like you are being watched n the room.

Columbia - Longstreet Theatre - The haunting of Longstreet Theatre relates directly to it's history of being used as a military hospital during the Civil War. It has long been rumored the morgue was housed in the basement of this building in a room that now serves as the "Green Room" for the theatre. The "Green Room" actually is three barrel-vaulted alcoves made out of brick. Many stories have circulated among the student population of sightings and strange noises, especially late at night. So convinced are some theatre students, that many refuse to be in the building after dark alone and institute a "buddy system." One student relates a story about being in the theatre late at night for a dress rehearsal and going down to the basement to buy a soda from the vending machine located directly opposite the "Green Room." As the student stood facing the machine, a sudden wave of fear overcame her and she looked over her shoulder towards the Green Room. As she did so, the temperature dropped suddenly and she felt a wall cold air hit her even though there are no windows and the entrance doors to the basement remained closed. The student left in a hurry and later described the feeling as being watched by a negative energy.

Columbia - Old Bluff Road - A number of phantoms/Ghost. A carriage that races a car, A bridge where your car will stall out, and many more.

Columbia - Olympia Road - the abandoned mill - near the fairgrounds - Several years ago when children were forced to work, there was a mill that a deranged man owned. Many children died of exhaustion, and the owner put their bodies in the furnace. It is a high spiritual place, and there have been many odd happenings here, including the furnace mysteriously turning on and the sound of children crying. There is a story on this website in the hauntings section.  - November 2003 correction/update: The only abandoned mill near the fairgrounds is the old Olympia Mill, Which they are trying to get turned into an apartment complex. It would not be surprising if this was haunted.
- May 2005 update: It has mostly bee converted into apartments and the firdt model apartment was just unveiled.

Columbia - University of South Carolina
- In the catacombs, there is supposed to be a 'Third Eye Man', a ghost with what looks like a third eye in the middle of his forehead. The sightings started in the eighties.- December Update: A visitor read the description of the Third Eye Man, the stories actually go back much farther than the '80's, the earliest story they have found is from about 1946. In the archives they found an article written by a student about being accosted in the catacombs by a man who was taller than natural and appeared to be disfigured. Students used to hang out in the catacombs, but they were sealed after several sightings and a student was actually injured.

Conway - Lucas Bay - Reports of a light that begins to come towards witnesses, Car motors cut off, & even hear the distinct sound of a baby crying. - January 2006 Update: About 10 years ago SCDOT did some major work in the Lucas Bay area. As a result, the light hasn't been seen in about 10 years or so.

11/21/2010 - Another update from a website visitor (Mary): I noticed that your website states that the Lucas Bay Light of Conway, South Carolina has not been witnessed in over a decade, and I wanted to point out that such isn't true. The Lucas Bay Light is still seen (I know, because I saw it tonight). Perhaps people aren't seeing it because when Lucas Bay Road was paved, it was also Renamed. What was once Lucas Bay Road is now called Gilbert Road, and the Lucas Bay Road listed on newer maps used to be known as "The Sand Road." This information comes from an individual who has lived in the Conway area for many decades.

The light appears as a single, bright, amber-white light. I has been described as looking like a solitary train light. This is an accurate description, too. The light I witnessed was surprisingly bright.


Cottageville - Cottageville cemetery
- if you drive around the cemetery three times go in the middle and flash your lights three times then get out it is known that the people of the cemetery come out and you can here them walking around and even breaking tombstones and throwing things.

Cross Hill - Bethabara Church Cemetery
- A soldier that served in the Civil War is buried here, it is said that his cross glows about 3 times a year. And the color changes 4 times or so before returning to the normal rust color.

Daufuskie Island - The Beatty House
- a ghost of a elderly man haunts this house.

Darlington County - Montross
- this is a very old cemetery not used anymore. According to legend, the cemetery was moved from the original location. Hauntings include feelings of dread or nausea. A large stone at the front of the cemetery shows the names and date of death of the people buried there. Beware of sunken graves. It also seems about ten to fifteen degrees cooler at the entrance than normal. Go with a fairly large group, because it is very easy to get lost. Take hwy 34 out of Darlington towards Dillon, go through Mechanicsville and pass old Georgetown road. Start down the hill and watch for a dirt road on the right. It is not marked. Make sure you have a driver with good judgment because of the severe drop on the left side on the road up. You can make it in just about any car. Apparitions have been known to show up on camera.

Dillon - Community of Bingham in Dillon County
- a guy was walking the tracks (near Reedy Creek Springs)he was walking with a lantern at night and he saw a train coming and saw a broken track and tried to fix it and was ran over and behead and instantly killed and at night near where the old tracks used to be when you call out Bill Bingham come out you well see a light swinging back and forth like a lantern it changes different colors and it is said he is looking for his head and sometimes the light will get so close that you can see a black outline of a man behind it and its is known to chase you sometimes

Dacusville - Hester Store
- An African American was hung in the back of the old store in an oak and it is said you can still see him hanging at night. Also, in the top window, you can see an old lady rocking in her chair.

Easley - downtown railroad tracks - Easley was originally built for railroads and in the early days, many trains crashed there. If you go to the tracks at night, you can hear a train whistle when there is no train coming.

Edisto Island - Parker's Ferry Road
- Edisto Island Hwy 1 There is a straight road called Parker's Ferry Road that has a church at the end. If you pull up into the church's driveway, turn your headlights out, honk 3 times, then pull back out into the road facing the way you came. A circle of lights will come at you. Supposedly, it has something to do with a battle fought near there. - March 2004 additional info: On Edisto Island there is a church w/ a ghost in its graveyard. A little girl got really sick and fell into a coma. She was pronounced dead and buried in a family mausoleum. Later when another family member died, they opened the tomb to find the little girl's skeleton at the door and her coffin open. Since then her ghost has not allowed the door to close on the mausoleum. Various ways of closing have been tried, none work. The last effort was to chain the door closed with huge chains and a huge lock. To this day the door lays on the ground off its hinges.

Effingham - Dewey Carter Elementary School
- Sometimes, when you are staying late in the afternoon, you can hear people in the ceiling, and at midnight, you can see fire on the playground.

Effingham - Tans Bay Church
- There have been reports of lights being seen floating in the church.  Also you can hear a baby cry sometimes.  The story is that this church use to be a school many years ago.  There was a baby who was crying and when the lady went to get the baby, he or she fell on their head and died instantly. 

Florence - Mechanicsville - Montrose graveyard
- The old Montrose church mysteriously burned down during the 1800's and was then rebuilt and renamed Mount Hope Church. That burned down or was moved a lot later (no evidence of the church stands now). The graveyard was in such disrepair that they put a collective marker outside of it. Then, during the 50's or 60's there was supposedly a huge black man that took children up there to murder them. Witnesses report hearing them screaming and crying and see a huge black shape, a pair of red eyes, & a little boy wearing a gray "ante-bellum" outfit standing behind one of the only tombstones left there (Joseph is the name on the stone). The area has become a place for people to trash and vandalize, and a place for late night drinking. Very sad really.

Frogmore - Land's End - An eerie light floats over the deserted stretch of road called Land's End.  Some claim it is the ghost of a murdered Confederate soldier, se
arching for his head.  Others claim it's the ghost of a slave, sold away from his family, who's come back to hunt for them. 

Fort Mill - Fort Mill High School
  - There is a grave yard under the school and it was told that at 12:00 at night on Friday the 13th the ghost come out and take all the stuff out of the lockers and spread it all over the school. Some times during the school day of Friday the 13th the lights will flicker on and off. People say that is the warning of the ghost.

Gaffney - Blast Battle Ground - During Clear nights, at about midnight, you can hear gunshots and cannons going off. When you look outside, you here it, but you can't see it. Go Back in and wait a few minutes, then go out. You will see people fighting and drawing swords, shooting with cannons and guns. If you talk, move sudden, or run, there will be creatures running after you, they look human, but they have bloody teeth, cuts on their throat, crawl fast, and say in lowly, old voice, "I lost, But I'll Get You For It!!" Many people have reported this sighting and some have been severely injured. They act as if they are protecting something, or someone, form you. The people are unknown, but.....the war is somehow, familiar. The place is located down the road beside Crestview Church, on hwy11, and take a right, there will be graveyard, that is where they are. Be warned, Never stop your car or walk by there at night, There might be severe consequences.

Gaffney - Blast Cemetery
- During clear nights, about at midnight, you can hear gunshots and cannons going off. You can't see it but you can hear it, look back out in a few minutes and there will be people fighting and screaming. If you talk, jump, or run there will be people with red eyes, bloody teeth, and voice that says, "you are a killer, you must die." There have been many sightings of this encounter, many have been severely injured, some, however have disappeared. Do not stop near this place, there will be severe consequences!

Gaffney - Chain Gang Road
- When you go down on the Old Chain Road you can here voices of girls moaning and screaming. These girls were the victims of the Gaffney Strangler.

Gaffney - Cherokee Falls - Down in Cherokee Falls near Blacksburg there is a thing no one knows what he is but everyone who has seen him calls him "Booger Jim". he will haunt you if you go down in Cherokee Falls on the side of the road. He is half man and Half cow.

Gaffney - Draytonville - every once in awhile people see this white dog on Carson Drive, but that doesn’t seem to scary until it stands on two legs and comes at you.  This thing whatever it is was first spotted 6 years ago and is still seen to this day by residents of Carson Dr.

Gaffney - Leroy's Bridge - In the 60's a serial killer named Leroy Martin murdered several women in Gaffney, SC. Dubbed "The Gaffney Strangler", Leroy dumped the bodies of his victims in various locations around the county. One of these sites is a bridge just off HWY 329 in Gaffney, the place where the first body was found in a shallow creek under the bridge. It is said that if you walk across the bridge at night you can hear the sounds of a girl moaning in pain and begging for help.

Gaffney - T-Bridge - it is said that if you run across the t-bridge with out stopping a car will come behind you with no one in it. it is also been said that if you stand there for 10 minutes you will see an old lady carrying a basket, and that if you walk up to her as you getting there she will disappear

Garner - Dunhaven House - It is thought to be haunted by the ghost of a man. Things that happen are banging sounds and sometimes the occasional whisper in your ear along with the feeling of breath on the right side of our face.

Georgetown - Belin Methodist Church
- from the porch you can see ghost ships that sunk years ago.

Georgetown - Litchfield Plantation
- the ghost of the former owner (he is also a doctor) is said to haunt his home.

Georgetown - "The Midget Man" - Haunted Experiences Noted: Hearing of "Midget Man" weeping, hearing mistress gasp for breath, heavy air, temperature fluctuation, rising hair on body, feeling of lost hope, scary feelings, itchy scalp. In the late 1820's a diseased midget was outcast for his disability. On his journey from the port city of Georgetown, he was to meet the love of his short life outside of the historic city. When he arrived for his rendezvous he witnessed his mistress hanging in a tree. She was being punished for having performed supposed witch like experiments in an effort to heighten her lovers stature. It is said that the "Midget Man" found his lover struggling for her last breaths, but was unable to reach her to help her escape death's grip. After this experience, "Midget Man" lost his sanity and prowled the field until the day of his own death. Pass Georgetown going down HWY 51 turn left on a dark road called Amos. Follow the road. On the left somewhere go into the spooky field. You will see a big scary tree with bark on it. The decaying bark symbolizes his stresses decaying skin, which rotted there over time. Watch for the stumps on the ground that are said to have sprouted from "Midget Man's" tears. You know it is the right tree because there is a patch of dark grass in the woods behind it. Walk around the tree three times and reach up to rescue the lady, a vague image of "Midget Man" can be seen yonder dancing and cheering due to the release of his lovers soul.

Georgetown - Prince Frederick's Church/Graveyard
- Formerly listed in Murrells Inlet – Old Gunn Church/Graveyard - An old church built as a parish in the 1700's. Now burned down but front of church still remains. Old graveyard has confederate soldiers graves. Believed to be haunted by a priest that fell off the roof. The Old Gunn church (accurate name is Prince Frederick's Church) ruins are not in Murrells Inlet, SC but is located on highway SC22-4 off US 701 about 16 miles north of Georgetown, SC. The book "Ghosts of Georgetown" gives a good accounting of the events of this church and its history but there are variations of the story. One version: During the building of the church Mr. Gunn (who was either an architect or Overseer of the slaves) was in the bell tower. It is believed he was an Overseer because when he fell he was not dead and the slaves refused to approach or help him. They feared him so much for his evil ways they ran away and left him to die alone, cursing them. The church was finally finished but had a tragic history and was finally abandoned. They say he haunts the area. Witnesses report the air is very heavy and thick though the ruins are in the open with pine trees around the area. They have fenced it off now so it is difficult to get inside and what remains of the church is dangerous to be around. Make sure you are not trespassing when you visit.

Greenville - Children's Graveyard - A graveyard behind a gas station near Furman U., mainly for children. Tombstones range from the late 1700's to late 1800's. Lights, laughter, running sounds.

Greenville - Embassy Suites - Lights turn on and off at random. Doors fly open. During construction (Which was halted for almost 2 years when investors pulled, after staying on the grounds and then leaving abruptly.) many reports were sent in to Greenville police department that someone was staying in the rooms because the lights were on in the building. No electricity was on in the building at the time. PD responding to repeated calls secured the area- and still received complaints. The Golf course has three places that will NOT grow grass. Wailing noise has been heard on the course, followed by foliage disturbances.

Greenville - Old Tuberculosis Hospital - Update: also known as Devil's Castle - Has since burned down - Reports of footsteps that break into a run, then screams, on the first floor. On the third floor feelings of being pushed accompanied by loud clattering in the hall and items moving, and apparitions. Singing has been heard- Formerly listed as Taylors - TB Asylum then a work release prison, & Travelers Rest - TB hospital/Insane Asylum.

Greenville - Route 107 - this is a ghost of a young man named Larry Stevens (commonly known as The Hitchhiker) who's plane crashed on Route 107 during the 1950's. People have seen a man on dark and rainy nights walking along Route 107 and disappearing.

Greenville - Tanglewood Middle School - In the 1950s, after the schools construction, a girl was killed in the Girls Locker Room. From legends told you can see a dark shadow slamming the girls locker room door, many people have saw this acclaimed shower. In the boys Locker Room the showers will go off and on by themselves, and occasionally a locker door will slam. Also, the lights will go off automatically. The sixth grade hall, on rainy days you will see wet footprints made by no one when your alone. Also, there is rumor to be a lower sixth grade hall in which a mad man entered and killed nearly every student, the blood on the walls is said to seep through the fresh paint. The lower sixth grade hall was said to be buried after the incident, and tops of door frames have been found.

Greenwood - Brewer Middle School
- Supposedly a cheerleader was killed under the gym stage after a game by a football player. She now haunts down there near the furnace.

Gray Court - The Tunnel - an old lady lived at the end of the road from the tunnel, and had neighbors above the tunnel, there was a young boy there at the neighbors, he went to borrow eggs one day and thought that the old lady had a lot of money, he was just going to knock her out and take her money, instead when he hit her he killed her. Now on rainy days as you pass through the tunnel you can see the old lady and hear her cries of pain. It has also been said that if you stop in the tunnel and cut off your car it will not start again. And the old lady will get in the car with you.