The United States Army installation Fort Jackson, named for U.S. Army General and President Andrew Jackson, is said to be haunted. At its artillery range, the ghost of a female soldier rumored to have killed herself in a latrine appears with a hole in her helmet. And in the B Company 369th AG Barracks, a black shadowy form of a man walks from room to room as if checking on the soldiers.
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- 5450 Strom Thurmond Blvd
Columbia, SC 29207
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- 34.0187427, -80.94034039999997
- Richland County, South Carolina
- Nearest Towns:
- Arcadia Lakes, SC (2.7 mi.)
Forest Acres, SC (2.8 mi.)
Woodfield, SC (2.9 mi.)
Dentsville, SC (3.3 mi.)
Columbia, SC (5.6 mi.)
West Columbia, SC (7.9 mi.)
Cayce, SC (8.5 mi.)
Hopkins, SC (8.7 mi.)
Saint Andrews, SC (9.5 mi.)
Springdale, SC (10.5 mi.)
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