Unexplained South Carolina

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The Palmetto State is home to many strange and unexplained events. The Gray Man of 2018 is Pawleys Island’s most historic ghost. He has been seen walking the beaches before hurricanes. The tiny town of Hilda hears the mournful wail of a ghost train. The Bowery, Myrtle Beach’s most legendary bar, hosts the spectral singing of Barman Joe. A ninety-two-foot crop circle appeared in the small town of McBee in 1994. And there’s a host of Bigfoot sightings in the state. Sherman Carmichael delves into the mysterious side of South Carolina.
ISBN: 9781467151252
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: South Carolina
Series: Forgotten Tales
Images: 26
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Sherman Carmichael, a native of Hemingway, South Carolina, has been dabbling into things that are best left alone—like ghosts, UFOs, monsters and other strange and unusual things—since he was seventeen. He has seen, heard and felt things that defy explanation. Carmichael’s previous books—Forgotten Tales of South Carolina, Legends and Lore of South Carolina, Eerie South Carolina, UFOs Over South Carolina, Strange South Carolina, Mysterious Tales of Coastal North Carolina, Mysterious South Carolina and Mysterious Tales of the North Carolina Piedmont—center on ghosts and the strange and unusual as well as hovering objects and strange lights in the sky. He has traveled throughout the United States visiting haunted locations. He has also visited Roswell, New Mexico. He has traveled to Mexico and Central America researching Mayan ruins. He plans to continue visiting these unusual places for many years to come.
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