St. Philip's Graveyard

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St. Philip’s Graveyard is adjacent to the historic St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, established in 1680. Among those buried here are Southern writer DuBose Heyward, former U.S. vice president John C. Calhoun, and other politicians form the country’s early days. An apparition of a woman crying over a grave has turned up in a photograph taken here, and witnesses claim to have heard strange noises, such as a baby crying.

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Geographic Information

Address:
142 Church Street
Charleston, SC
United States

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GPS:
32.77896526231839, -79.92983507249147
County:
Charleston County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Charleston, SC (0.2 mi.)
Mount Pleasant, SC (4.0 mi.)
Sullivans Island, SC (5.5 mi.)
Isle of Palms, SC (7.9 mi.)
Folly Beach, SC (8.6 mi.)
North Charleston, SC (8.8 mi.)
Shell Point, SC (10.3 mi.)
Hanahan, SC (11.0 mi.)
Kiawah Island, SC (14.8 mi.)
Goose Creek, SC (15.2 mi.)

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  1. Linda mitchell  |  

    I’ve seen an actual picture of the lady kneeling over the grave. One of my coworkers had the picture that was tested and determined not altered.

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