Haunted Places in Robeson County, North Carolina

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    Bingham's Light

    Latta, South Carolina

    29.1 miles from Robeson County, NC

    Binghams's Light is believed to be the lantern of the ghost of a man named Bingham who was killed by a train. Some say he appears as a warning or that the ghost is searching for his lost children.

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    Sandford House

    Fayetteville, North Carolina

    31 miles from Robeson County, NC

    This house boasts a haunted stairway where the ghost of a young woman is often seen. Reports of sightings date back for over a hundred years and continue to this day. People claim to see a young woman descending or ascending the stairs, who then vanishes.

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    Radisson Prince Charles Hotel

    Fayetteville, North Carolina

    31.2 miles from Robeson County, NC

    Reports say that this hotel may be closed for business, but the building is said to be haunted by the ghost of Charlotte, a young woman who committed suicide here in the early 1900s. It seems that Charlotte was distraught after finding her new husband in bed with a bridesmaid ...

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    Old Tram Road Light

    Whiteville, North Carolina

    37.8 miles from Robeson County, NC

    A light comes out of the swamp and chases you as you drive down Old Tram Road. (Submitted by Brian)

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    Heartbeat Bridge

    Nakina, North Carolina

    39.5 miles from Robeson County, NC

    Shadowy figures can be seen. Lights in the woods sounds of a heart beat can be heard. (Submitted by Brian)

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    Montrose Cemetery - Lowthers Hill Cemetery

    Darlington, South Carolina

    41.2 miles from Robeson County, NC

    Montrose Cemetery, aka Lowthers Hill Cemetery, is very old and spooky, according to witnesses who describe feelings of fear and nausea on the grounds. The cemetery was so old and run down that a mass marker was placed outside naming the known burials inside. Some say a murderer brought children ...

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    Colonel Kolb's Tomb

    Bennettsville, South Carolina

    41.8 miles from Robeson County, NC

    According to reports, Colonel Kolb, along with his family, was burned alive nearby during the Revolutionary War. According to local lore, those who visit Colonel Kolb's tomb at night will hear the sound of someone walking in the woods and may suddenly find the apparition of a man right next ...

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    Tans Bay Baptist Church

    Effingham, South Carolina

    53.1 miles from Robeson County, NC

    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 ...

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    Coker College

    Hartsville, South Carolina

    58 miles from Robeson County, NC

    At Coker College, a private liberal arts school founded in 1908, a ghostly girl is said to roam in a dorm building. The ghost also is said to cause strange sounds, turn off radios and make alarm clocks ring in the middle of the night. According to campus legend, she ...

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    Sansbury Cemetery

    Timmonsville, South Carolina

    58 miles from Robeson County, NC

    Different from the Sansbury Hill Cemetery, also in Timmonsville, the Sansbury Cemetery is an eerie place where unexplained noises, including a baby crying, have been reported. Folks also have reported feelings of despair and fear here, but giving the surroundings, this is may not be unusual!

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    Prospect Church

    Patrick, South Carolina

    58.5 miles from Robeson County, NC

    According to local legend, on moonlit nights at Prospect Church, those who park in the last parking space on the right side of the church and peer at the last window on the second story will see a ghost who moves the curtains violently as if in a struggle inside.

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    Graves near Lincoln Village

    Hartsville, South Carolina

    58.8 miles from Robeson County, NC

    According to local tales, an overgrown and haunted graveyard stands adjacent to the abandoned Lincoln Village apartment complex, in the wooded area at the northwest corner of the complex. Caution: The graves are sunken and the ground is soft; graves here may be deep.

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    Brentwood Bistro

    Little River, South Carolina

    59.6 miles from Robeson County, NC

    This place has been on Haunted America, National Geographic Haunted, and several other media projects. Faces, shadows, orbs and all manner of strange things are seen by staff and visitors alike.

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    Bentonville Battlefield

    Four Oaks, North Carolina

    63.7 miles from Robeson County, NC

    Phantom gunfire and shouts have been heard on the battlefield at night, and the ghost of a girl who died of tuberculosis is believed to haunt an upstairs room in the plantation house.

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    The Winds Resort Beach Club

    Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina

    65 miles from Robeson County, NC

    A ghost named Sam lingers in one of the cabins here. Sam was a guest here when he died of a heart attack, and many claim he never left the buidling. Witnesses, both guests and employees, have reported cold spots and window shades opening on their own, and some have ...

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    Devil's Tramping Ground

    Bennett, North Carolina

    68.8 miles from Robeson County, NC

    According to local lore, this area near Bennett is a 40-foot circle in the middle of a forest in which nothing will grow. Legend has maintained, for over a century, that it is the site where the devil himself rises to the surface to wreak havoc on mankind. Reports say ...

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    The Hermitage

    Murrells Inlet, South Carolina

    74.6 miles from Robeson County, NC

    Wealthy Dr. Allard Flagg moved into the Hermitage in 1849 and invited his sister, the beautiful Alice Flagg, to live there with him. Alice fell in love with a young lumberman, but Dr. Flagg didn't approve of the match and sent him away. Angry with her brother, Alice disregarded his ...

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    Old Gunn - Prince Frederick's Episcopal Church

    Georgetown, South Carolina

    75.3 miles from Robeson County, NC

    Construction of the church was begun in 1859, but screeched to a halt when the lead architect Mr. Gunn slipped on the steep roof and fell to his death. Folks have seen Mr. Gunn's ghost around the ruins of the church and tower and heard his scream, and locals say ...

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    Salem Black River Church

    Mayesville, South Carolina

    77.7 miles from Robeson County, NC

    Salem Black River Church, built in 1846, is believed to be haunted by a ghostly Southern Belle and a sad little boy. Cold spots have been noted by visitors as well.

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    Albemarle Opera House

    Albemarle, North Carolina

    79.1 miles from Robeson County, NC

    The early-1900s opera house is rumored to be haunted by ghosts whose footsteps are heard around the theater. Shadow figures also have been seen, and a band has been playing ragtime and other music every fall for more than 80 years.

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    Live Oak Cafe

    Southport, North Carolina

    79.1 miles from Robeson County, NC

    There are alleged to be two resident ghosts here that constantly mess around with the staff and owners. (Submitted by Margo RS)

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    Lois Jane's Riverview Inn

    Southport, North Carolina

    79.5 miles from Robeson County, NC

    The 1892 bed and breakfast inn is haunted by the daughter of a sea captain who once owned the place during the twentieth-century. Known as 'Lois Jane', the spirit has been heard laughing and singing on the upper floor of the mansion, and on one occasion shook the bed of ...

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    Brunswick Inn

    Southport, North Carolina

    79.6 miles from Robeson County, NC

    A ghost named Tony haunts the Brunswick Inn. He was a riverboat harpist who drowned in 1882 while on a visit here, and he likes to wander through the inn's halls and play tricks on the owners.