More ghosts of upstate South Carolina

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Shelor & Son Pub., LLC , Mountville, PA
Ghosts -- South Car
StatementJohn Boyanoski.
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LC ClassificationsBF1472.U6 B686 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 118 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL23928319M
ISBN 100976146029
ISBN 139780976146025
LC Control Number2008931142
OCLC/WorldCa268760172

Not so long ago, residents of the Upstate thought only the Lowcountry was full of ghosts and hauntings. John Boyanoski s collection of Upstate ghost stories changed that, and now he is back with More Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina.

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From a haunted former hospital to the historical witches of Fairfield County to the many ghosts of Winthrop University s Tillman Hall, Boyanoski s collection  › Books › History › Americas. 42 rows    Not so long ago, residents of the Upstate thought only the Lowcountry was full They watch through the window.

And sometimes they chase you right out of the woods. They are the Upstate's ghosts, and there are more of them than you think. While South Carolina's Lowcountry has a long and well-documented history with its spectral residents, the Upstate's phantoms have led quieter lives, or afterlives.

But no more. In Ghosts of Up These 15 Haunted Places In South Carolina Will Absolutely Terrify You. I don’t know about you, but growing up in South Carolina (in the Low Country, I might add) I was inundated with ghost stories, haunted houses, and haunted places.

Much to my delight, a lot of But no more. In Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina, John Boyanoski tells the true stories of the region s most haunted Spartanburg to Union, from Anderson to Newberry, from Powdersville to Pickens, the South Carolina Upstate is haunted.

Numerous ghosts and spirits haunt the Old Poinsett Bridge, and in Gaffney cries for help can still  › Books › Religion & Spirituality › Occult & Paranormal. More Upstate Ghosts While at the Open Book the other evening I picked up a copy of John Boyanoski’s More Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina.

I had enjoyed John’s first book immensely because it was one of the first to focus on hauntings of the Upstate   South Carolina is an interesting state that is jam-packed with a rich history.

Amidst the salty marshes, rocky outcrops and subtropical coniferous forests there are tales of slavery, war and bloodshed which have given rise to many local ghost stories.

Let’s Check out ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Acknowledgments --The man in black in the blue house --The ghosts of old Abbeville --Poinsett bridge --A ghostly love story --The many ghosts of Converse College --Ghost road --The woman in the window --Little Leila --The Gaffney strangler --Ten ghosts at the Merridun Inn --The devil's castle According to the website, South Carolina Paranormal Research and Investigations, Gaffney is one of the most haunted places in the Upstate with seven spooky locations.

An area called the blast battleground near Crestview Church on Hwy 11 is reported to have gunshot and To aid with the book process, White joined with Boyanoski, who wrote about many of the key developments while a writer with the Greenville News and Greenville Journal.

Boyanoski has written three other books: “Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina” (), “More Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina” () and “Palmetto Pigskins” (). Fiction and non-fiction books including histories about or set in South Carolina Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the :// By day, Poinsett Bridge — one of the oldest bridges in the whole state of South Carolina — offers a quiet, remote setting amidst the mountains of northern Greenville County for relaxing and exploring.

But by night, the bridge becomes the site of seemingly unexplainable paranormal activity. The bridge is, in fact, not only the oldest surviving bridge in the state, but also perhaps the In his marvelous collection of ghost stories from the Upstate region, Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina, John Boyanoski documents the story of a passerby who saw the spirit peering from a window of the empty theatre one driving home to Greenville from a football game in Clemson one night inthe driver slowed to admire the old, art moderne-style   The lady on the phone said that her old store at South Main Street had been featured in a book written by John Boyanoski called More Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina, and her particular story was called "The Pretties and the Monster." Since I don't go to the other books about South Carolina ghosts to find my stories, I was unfamiliar with From haunted cemeteries to haunted bridges and ghosts that terrorize hotel guests, this haunted road trip through the Palmetto state is sure to both thrill you and send chills up your spine as you seek out some of the most haunted places in South Carolina.

More Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina - a book by John Boyanoski The State Newspaper - October 26th, - Feature Article B Radio Interview - October 30th, - Live w/ More Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina. Mountville, PA: Shelor & Son Publishing, Power, J. Tracy, et al. National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form for Upper Long Cane Cemetery.

29 October Woodburn History Lane The stories of phantoms from the Indian conflicts, the American Revolution, and the Civil War still wandering the landscape of South Carolina are recounted here.

Other strange phenomena include Messie the Lake Murray Monster, the trinocular Third Eye Man, the half-headed Lost Cadet, the Ghost Hound of Goshen, and the blood-sucking Boo ://?id=1TZnlanQLQwC.

Paranormal Investigation Team, Greenville, Greenville, SC.

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likes. We are a small group, that started as 4 teachers with an interest in the Paranormal, all located in Greenville, SC. We have now   Explore the official tourism site of SC & discover all the rich history, sandy beaches & family attractions a South Carolina vacation has to offer.

International Travel Find must-see attractions and long-distance travel resources, including visa information, regional overviews and tour operator :// Get this from a library. Haunted Greenville, South Carolina. [Jason Profit] -- Rumor has it that water--still or flowing--is a medium for paranormal activity.

Residents of Greenville, South Carolina, have gathered at Falls Park on the river for generations, so it is no Ghosts of the South Carolina Upcountry | With a history that stretches back to the earliest years of America, it comes as little surprise that the Upstate region of South Carolina is home to many ghosts and to hundreds of intriguing  › Books › Body, Mind & Spirit › Supernatural (Incl.

Ghosts). To aid with the book process, White joined Boyanoski, who wrote about many of the key developments while a writer with the Greenville News and Greenville Journal.

Boyanoski has written three other books: “Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina” (), “More Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina” (), and “Palmetto Pigskins” () To aid with the book process, White joined with Boyanoski, who wrote about many of the key developments while a writer with the Greenville News and Greenville Journal.

Boyanoski has written three other books: “Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina” (), “More Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina” () and “Palmetto Pigskins” () Carolina Stories highlights the rich cultural and historical landscape that is South Carolina.

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From the Upstate to the Lowcountry, the stories are as geographically diverse as their subject matter and they are all produced by ETV's production teams. Watch Thursdays at :// Boyanoski wrote "Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina." "I'm not sure why, but when I started writing my book, it was hard to find the stories," he said.

"Once the book came out, I was able to find more stories and people were less hesitant to share their stories." One story tells about a cemetery in Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina by John Boyanoski. $ + $ Shipping. Details about Waterfall Hikes of Upstate South Carolina by Thomas E.

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No obvious damage to the cover, with the dust jacket (if applicable In the Upstate, there are multiple locations with similar stories, including Cry Baby Bridge on High Shoals Road just south of Anderson, and in Union, near Rose Hill Plantation on Sardis ://   In Ghosts of the South Carolina Upcountry, librarian and folklorist Tally Johnson introduces us to some of the area's most colorful specters, from Major Ferguson, a British officer in the Revolutionary War who still haunts the grounds of his last battle at Kings Mountain, to the Hound of Goshen, a demon dog who has been chasing passersby in Powdersville, South Carolina miles from Spartanburg, SC.

Three Bridges Road is known to ghost enthusiasts as the place where Eloise, a Civil War-era slave, roams.

So her story goes, Union soldiers killed Eloise's master nearby, and the distraught slave woman was reluctant to leave her master's ://. While this book includes some Greensboro ghosts, it focuses more on Winston-Salem and High Point spirits.

If you read both this and Bane’s book, you’ll become very familiar with local ghost lore. Harden, John. The Devil’s Tramping Ground. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, Ghosts of the South Carolina Upcountry (), Ghosts of the South Carolina Midlands (), and Ghosts of the Pee Dee (), all for the History Press and Civil War Ghosts of South Carolina () for Post Mortem Press.

He is also a storyteller, having appeared at school and libraries and sci-fi conventions all over the ://  Haunted Greenville, South Carolina by Jason Profit,available at Book Depository with free delivery ://