I came here because I read it was one of the most haunted locations in Charleston. I called ahead of time to ask if I could film for a series that I'm doing to promote local "haunted" locations in the city. They told me that I could only film and take pictures outside of the building. After the tour, I spoke with a couple of the guides and asked if they had any interesting stories about the home that could be considered "haunted". They told me they didn't know much more than what they said on the tour. The admission fee is a bit high and I left feeling empty handed, but it is worth the stop if you want to see a piece of Charleston history.
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