Abbewood Bed and Breakfast Inn

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This elegant bed and breakfast inn is rumoured to date back to the civil war era, and is supposedly haunted by a soldier who hanged himself in the attic. Guests who have stayed in the inn report feeling cold spots in the attic, and have felt an eerie presence. Others have reported an entity that pulls blankets off beds and throws pillows around.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

605 North Main Street
Abbeville, SC
United States

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34.1826681, -82.38738890000002
Abbeville County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Abbeville, SC (0.6 mi.)
Sharon, SC (3.7 mi.)
Promised Land, SC (9.2 mi.)
Due West, SC (10.4 mi.)
Hodges, SC (10.9 mi.)
Antreville, SC (12.2 mi.)
Bradley, SC (12.3 mi.)
Cokesbury, SC (12.6 mi.)
Greenwood, SC (12.9 mi.)
Calhoun Falls, SC (13.4 mi.)


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