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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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Stories at the Sorrel-Weed House

Touring through the Sorrel-Weed House in Savannah, Georgia capturing evidence and listening to ghost stories.

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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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Charleston’s Old Jail

With three different trips to Charleston’s Old Jail, the evidence is substantial to say it is truly haunted. The Old Charleston Jail is the final home to Lavinia and John Fisher. Lavinia was known as America’s first serial killer and…

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USS Yorktown Tour

Memorial Day Weekend tour of the USS Yorktown while searching for the history and ghostly legends of the vessel.

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Hauntings at Fort Fremont Preserve

An investigation of Fort Fremont Preserve in Beaufort, SC using a spirit box.

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Spirit Shoes at Old Sheldon Church

Investigation of Old Sheldon Church using a Spirit Box app.

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Can Dogs See Spirits?

What is it that makes dogs bark at nothing? Is it from another plane or something we simply can’t see ourselves?

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