Church of the Holy Cross Cemetery

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The ghost of a Confederate soldier strolls through the Church of the Holy Cross Cemetery, sometimes joined by the apparition of a woman who has been known to sit with her legs crossed in a tree with low-hanging branches.

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335 N Kings Hwy
Sumter, Sc 29154
United States

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33.952862, -80.53157299999998
Sumter County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Stateburg, SC (0.4 mi.)
Oakland, SC (3.2 mi.)
Cherryvale, SC (4.2 mi.)
Wedgefield, SC (4.2 mi.)
Wedgewood, SC (4.9 mi.)
Cane Savannah, SC (5.8 mi.)
Dalzell, SC (7.3 mi.)
Millwood, SC (9.2 mi.)
Rembert, SC (9.9 mi.)
Eastover, SC (10.6 mi.)


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  1. I saw 2 ghost dogs yesterday..full body apparitions..the looked at me..stood there..the one thst looked like a corgi turned and began walking away and the brown and white boxer looking one followed the corgi and then vanished In thin air in front of my eyes

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