Folly Beach SC hotels. Find inns, motels or hotels in Folly Beach South Carolina USA. Advice for keeping safe on your journey. Weird tales, monsters, ghosts, hauntings, scary stories, legends, folklore and myths of South Carolina. Sights, attractions, wildlife, national and state parks and/or forests of South Carolina.
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Legends, Monsters, Ghosts, Myths, Scary Stories and Folklore in South Carolina
The gremlins that haunt the Beaufort County Lbrary; how an estate near Charleston brings ill fortune to its owners since a Native American chief, once the lover of a white woman, avenged her when her white husband betrayed her and tried to sell her land; the spectral, dwarfish jester Gauche, believed to have been one of Jean Ribault's sixteenth century colonists, that inexplicably haunts Dr Joseph Johnson House ("the Castle") in Beaufort, where it joined in the games of the Danner family children; the ghosts of Junius Brutus Booth (John Wilkes Booth's father) and a prostitute that haunt the Historic Dock Street Theatre in Charleston; the ghost that haunts the "Negro balcony" of the Abbeville Opera House; and the many hauntings of Graniteville Cemetery, including uncanny screams, phantoms that grasp your ankles if you walk on their graves and a ghostly woman who places flowers on the graves of children, are among the true ghost stories, myths and legends of South Carolina.
The male ghost that lies down next to women in the Battery Carriage House Inn, Charleston; the terrifying lizard man of Scape Ore Swamp, near Bishopville; strange phenomena in the historic Hotel Aiken, once called Holley House, including the unexplained sounds of screaming and crying; the Gray Man of Pawleys Island, a ghost that tries to warn residents of impending storms and hurricanes; the nightmarish hags of the Sea Islands (did they inspire the villainess in Popeye) that, unlike other witches, fear brooms; and the ghosts of two Boston terriers,one of which, in life, saved a boy from drowning, that still play together on the beach and in the surf of Pawleys Island, near the Pelican Inn, which was their home, are other legendary tales of ghosts and haunted places in South Carolina.
Nature Reserves, National Parks, State Forests, State Parks, National Forests and Refuges in South Carolina
Andrew Jackson State Park; scenic Caesars Head State Park; Colleton State Park; Lake Wateree State Park; Manchester State Forest; Barnwell State Park; Billy Dreher Island State Park; Table Rock State Park; Little Pee Dee State Park; USS Yorktown State Park; Santee National Wildlife Refuge; Old Santee Canal State Park; Landsford Canal State Park; Edisto Beach State Park; Pleasant Ridge State Park; Hampton Plantation State Park; Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge; Aiken State Park; Huntington Beach State Park with alligators and excellent bird watching; the bottomland hardwood forests and associated wildlife of Congaree National Park; Chester State Park; Poinsett State Park; Givhans Ferry State Park; Croft State Park; Poinsett State Forest; Oconee State Park; Baker Creek State Park; Sandhills State Forest; Ernest Rand Memorial State Forest; Hunting Island State Park; Redcliffe State Park; Rose Hill State Park; Rivers Bridge State Park; Lee State Park; Sumter National Forest; Savannah National Wildlife Refuge; Lynches River State Park; Keowee Toxaway State Park; Sadlers Creek State Park; Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge; Kings Mountain State Park; Myrtle Beach State Park; Cheraw State Park; Woods Bay State Park; Sesquicentennial State Park; Harrison State Forest; Sand Hills State Forest; N R Goodale State Park; Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge; Paris Mountain State Park; Lake Warren State Park; Francis Marion National Forest; Santee State Park; Hamilton Branch State Park; Hickory Knob State Park; and Greenwood State Park, are among the national or state parks, forests and refuges of South Carolina.
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