Revisiting Alice Flagg

On this week’s post/podcast, I chat with Josh and Cait from Dream Team Urbex, a paranormal team in Fayetteville, NC. Josh got in touch with me in regards to my earlier post on Alice Flagg before his investigation.

Take a look at his video of the investigation:

Our discussion includes revealing some EVP’s that Josh and Cait found along with some mishaps that happened to his equipment.

A Revealing Picture of an Alice Belin Flagg Headstone

A few weeks ago, I received an anonymous email (probably from one of you) that held this picture. When I tried to reply to the email thanking them for the picture and to ask more questions, I received an error message that the email address no longer existed.

Alice Flagg

The picture you see is the headstone of Alice Belin Flagg, the daughter of Allard Flagg and niece to the legendary Alice Flagg. Yes, legendary Alice’s brother named his daughter after his sister.

The Question Remains of “Where is the Legendary Alice Flagg?”

If there are no records of legendary Alice at All Saint’s Cemetery and she’s not buried at Old Gunn, the location I presume is where the tombstone picture came from, then where is legendary Alice truly buried?

Josh says he found evidence that legendary Alice is buried in Charleston. Lucky for me, that’s where I live now.

Time for some deeper dive research in finding the true burial site of the legendary Alice Flagg that is claimed to be haunting cemeteries along the Grand Strand looking for her engagement ring.

What do you think?  Have you found evidence at All Saint’s Cemetery or at Old Gunn Church (Prince Frederick Chapel). Let us know in the comments.

More than just a Blog

To hear more about Alice Flagg, check out episode 1 and episode 33 on the Stories in the Cemetery podcast.

E38: The Jennie Wade House, Gettysburg, PA Stories in the Cemetery

Head over to http://www.nicholasmcgirr.com to view the blog post with bonus sections. References used for this podcast episode: Find A Grave. (n.d.). Jennie Wade. Retrieved  from Find a Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/1064/jennie-wade Joe’s Ghost. (2011). Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.  Retrieved from https://youtu.be/1-3govRv8nE Serfass, D. R. (2014, June 27). Remembering  Gettysburg. Retrieved from Time News Online:  https://www.tnonline.com/20140627/remembering-gettysburg/ Small, C. L. (2018). Jennie Wade of Gettysburg. Gettysburg: Gettysburg Publishing. Svehla, J. (2010, September 17). Ghost Adventures.  (Z. Bagan, Interviewer) Retrieved from https://youtu.be/vq3R_x_moCs The Jennie Wade House Museum. (n.d.). The Jennie Wade  House Self-Guided Tour Pamphlet. The Jennie Wade House. Women Behind These Walls. (n.d.). Women Behind  These Walls Pamphlet. Retrieved from YWCA Gettysburg:  https://www.ywcagettysburg.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/WBTW-brochure-2015.pdf — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/storiesinthecemetery/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/storiesinthecemetery/support
  1. E38: The Jennie Wade House, Gettysburg, PA
  2. E37: The Flight 93 National Memorial
  3. E36: The SBox Ghost Scanner by Ghost Stop
  4. E35: Homage to Vincent Price
  5. E34: Three books to study Cartomancy

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