This house belonged to a family in the early 1900s. It was abandoned soon after the Depression and now rests mostly empty in the Donnelley WMA. It is surrounded mainly by woods and at the time had many bats living in some of the rooms. Advertisements
Established in 1851, the McLeod family resided here until 1990. The site is part of the Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage corridor in South Carolina. It was recently reopened to the public. An oak tree thought to be over 600 years old…
St. George, South Carolina
Grover, South Carolina
Mount Pleasant, SC
Charleston, SC Operational from 1802 to 1939. One of the most infamous prisoners to have been jailed here was Lavinia Fisher, purportedly the nation’s first female serial killer. The jail is thought to be one of the most haunted buildings in Charleston, SC.
Isle of Palms, SC
Summerville, South Carolina
Just a collection of random/crazy things I saw in New England over the few years living there.