Clifton Mill No. 2

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Clifton Mill No. 2 was a textile mill built in 1888 and demolished in 2013. When the abandoned buildings still stood here, folks claimed they were haunted. Reports came in of the sound of ghostly footsteps and doors that were suddenly flung open by something unseen.

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5229 Clifton Glendale Road
Spartanburg, SC
United States

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34.979560669230565, -81.81466215857654
Spartanburg County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Clifton, SC (0.2 mi.)
Converse, SC (1.4 mi.)
Cowpens, SC (2.6 mi.)
Glendale, SC (2.7 mi.)
Pacolet Mills, SC (5.7 mi.)
Central Pacolet, SC (5.9 mi.)
Pacolet, SC (6.3 mi.)
Spartanburg, SC (7.0 mi.)
Mayo, SC (7.7 mi.)
Saxon, SC (8.7 mi.)


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  1. i used to live next to clifton mill on top ridge rd and YES that house was haunted. i used to see a green erie figure seeping through the walls between my oldest sisters and my room upstairs. we used to hear banging on the walls and footsteps up and down the stairs all night long. things would turn on and off by itself.

  2. There was a huge flood in 1903 that caused millions of dollars worth of damage and multiple casualties. A lot of them children. The whole area is very active.

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