Posted on January 31, 2020 by storiesinthecemetery
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A deeper look into the ghosts and pirates of The Powder Magazine in Charleston, SC.
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Posted on January 17, 2020 by storiesinthecemetery
A look into the history of White Point Garden and the claiming of a pirate haunting.
Tags: blackbeard, brian mcfarland, cemetery, dock street theatre, emf, EVP, gentleman pirate, ghosts, hanging, marsh, myths, paranormal activity, piracy, pirate, pirate house, revenge, Spirit Box, stede bonnet, Stories in the Cemetery, tour guides, unlicensed tour guides, urban legends, white point garden, white point gardens
Posted on October 23, 2019 by storiesinthecemetery
Dock Street Theatre, one of the most haunted locations in downtown Charleston.
Category: Stories in the Cemetery
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