All Saints Episcopal Church Cemetery

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All Saints Episcopal Church has stood here since 1739, and its cemetery, haunted by a ghost named Alice, dates from 1822. Alice is buried beneath an oak tree under a flat gravestone bearing the name ALICE. Local legend says that those who walk around her grave 13 times backwards and call her name twice will call her floral-perfumed spirit from over the brick wall at the back of the cemetery. Alice’s ghost, so her story goes, searches for her engagement ring that was lost long ago in a creek. Some visiting women have felt tugs on their wedding rings here.

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Geographic Information

Near 3560 Kings River Rd
Pawleys Island, SC
United States

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33.46760232455183, -79.13969274127805
Georgetown County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Pawleys Island, SC (2.6 mi.)
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Georgetown, SC (10.9 mi.)
Garden City, SC (11.5 mi.)
Surfside Beach, SC (13.5 mi.)
Bucksport, SC (13.8 mi.)
Socastee, SC (17.0 mi.)
Forestbrook, SC (20.5 mi.)
Myrtle Beach, SC (21.1 mi.)
Andrews, SC (24.3 mi.)


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