Tans Bay Baptist Church

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Tans Bay Baptist Church is thought to be haunted by the ghost of a baby who died here before the building housed a church. It’s said that the baby accidentally fell on its head and died instantly, and now floating lights and the sound of a baby crying can be heard.

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Geographic Information

Address:
3919 S Irby St
Florence SC
United States

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GPS:
34.11449530129555, -79.78308489920892
County:
Florence County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Florence, SC (5.7 mi.)
Quinby, SC (8.9 mi.)
Timmonsville, SC (9.1 mi.)
Coward, SC (10.0 mi.)
Salem, SC (10.6 mi.)
Scranton, SC (13.8 mi.)
Darlington, SC (13.9 mi.)
Pamplico, SC (14.7 mi.)
Olanta, SC (15.0 mi.)
Lamar, SC (16.4 mi.)

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