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Stories in the Cemetery EMF Detectors

To Listen to the podcast episode on this topic, click here: Anchor For my Stories in the Cemetery Ghost Hunting Experience tours in downtown Charleston, my guests get to use real paranormal tools of the trade. Those tools include grid…

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Hollowed at Halfway Creek Church

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A paranormal investigation of Halfway Creek Church in Francis Marion Forest, SC.

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Called out at the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon

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Paranormal evidence at the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon in Charleston, SC.

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A Piratey Powder Magazine?

A deeper look into the ghosts and pirates of The Powder Magazine in Charleston, SC.

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Silence in White Point Gardens

A look into the history of White Point Garden and the claiming of a pirate haunting.

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Inside the Julia Legare Tomb

Believe it or not, most of the hauntings I investigate are not in an actual cemetery. But it’s always fun to tell stories in a cemetery, nonetheless. Such is the case of Julia Legare’s tomb in Edisto Island. With so…

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Shadows of a Swinging Corpse: The Wagener Building

Study of the Wagener Building on East Bay Street in Charleston, SC. Haunted location.

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Pinckney Mansion Site

I discovered the Pinckney Mansion site while looking for more locations to investigate on my Interactive Ghost Hunting Experience Tours in downtown Charleston. It was completely by chance that my EMF detector started showing signs of paranormal activity while standing…

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Dock Street Theatre

Dock Street Theatre, one of the most haunted locations in downtown Charleston.

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Philadelphia Alley

History Philadelphia Alley, named after the help from Philadelphia after the fires of 1810, has had many names. Along with “Philadelphia Alley”, it was also known as “Dueler’s Alley” and originally named “Cow Alley” because it mainly held livestock. This…

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