Haunts and Haints of Charleston
Growing up in the Lowcountry I’ve heard my fair share of ghostly tales as Charleston is known as a very haunted city. Tales featuring John C Calhoun, Annabel Lee and even a dog named Poogan will certainly peak your ghostly interests. I’ve also had my fair share of what I believe to be a couple paranormal experiences myself.
About ten years ago my husband was overseas and my Dad and I decided to take the kiddos on a road trip up to Riverbanks Zoo in Columbia. We had had a long day visiting the animals and walking up to the beautiful botanical gardens they have there (great day trip if you’ve never been). https://www.riverbanks.org/ Anyhow we were on the way back in my Dads van, traveling on I-26 and almost home when we hit standstill traffic around Ridgeville. My Dad had some Van Morrison blaring over the CD player, Sullivan was playing his Gameboy Sonic Hedgehog game in the seat right next to me and McKayla and my nephew Kaden were napping in the back. There had been an accident so we were just sitting in traffic just like everyone else. Out of
More recently my daughter had learned of the tale of Julia Legare (
Last weekend my family and I took a ghost walk through Charleston with Al Ray as our tour guide who works for Bulldog Tours. Al was a fabulous tour guide and even told us some stories I had not heard before. At the end of our
So, now that I’ve spooked you into October go out and take a tour and explore the ghostly sides Charleston. I highly recommend Bulldog Tours. https://bulldogtours.com/