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 24, 2020 by storiesinthecemetery
A very broad look into the beauty and paranormal activity happening at Magnolia Cemetery in Charleston, SC.
Tags: charleston, civil war, confederate, dirt roads, edgar allan poe, EMF detector, ghosts, hunley, magnolia cemetery, nicholas mcgirr, paranormal activity, pinckney, south carolina history, Spirit Box, Stories in the Cemetery, submarine, things to do in charleston, tomb, tombstone art, tombstones, William Bull, william gilmore simms