Clifton Mill No. 2

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Clifton Mill No. 2 was a textile mill built in 1888 and demolished in 2013. When the abandoned buildings still stood here, folks claimed they were haunted. Reports came in of the sound of ghostly footsteps and doors that were suddenly flung open by something unseen.

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Geographic Information

Address:
5229 Clifton Glendale Road
Spartanburg, SC
United States

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GPS:
34.979560669230565, -81.81466215857654
County:
Spartanburg County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Clifton, SC (0.2 mi.)
Converse, SC (1.4 mi.)
Cowpens, SC (2.6 mi.)
Glendale, SC (2.7 mi.)
Pacolet Mills, SC (5.7 mi.)
Central Pacolet, SC (5.9 mi.)
Pacolet, SC (6.3 mi.)
Spartanburg, SC (7.0 mi.)
Mayo, SC (7.7 mi.)
Saxon, SC (8.7 mi.)

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  1. i used to live next to clifton mill on top ridge rd and YES that house was haunted. i used to see a green erie figure seeping through the walls between my oldest sisters and my room upstairs. we used to hear banging on the walls and footsteps up and down the stairs all night long. things would turn on and off by itself.

  2. There was a huge flood in 1903 that caused millions of dollars worth of damage and multiple casualties. A lot of them children. The whole area is very active.

  3. OOOOOMMMMGGGG I USED TO LIVE THERE AND IT WAS THE SCARIEST THING THAT I EVERY WENT THROUGH. I LIVED IN THE HOUSE ON THE TOP OF THE HILL. I WAS GOING TO THE RESTROOM ONE NIGHT AND BEFORE I APPROACHED THE DOOR AND IT JUST FLUNG CLOSED BY ITSELF, IT WAS THE SCARIEST THING. I TRIED TO TELL MY MOM ABOUT IT THE NEXT DAY AND SHE SAID THAT IT WAS JUST THE WIND. a WEEK LATER MY DAD EXPERIENCED THE SAME THING AND WE LEFT THE HOUSE WITHIN THE NEXT WEEK.

  4. When I was six, the steering wheel locked up on my mom’s car. We ended up rolling under the fence and landed on the concrete pad. There was dirt and rocks that buried the smashed car. We all got out through the driver window. We went up the hill and my mom held the fence up so we could get out. We flagged down a truck and the two very nice gentleman took us to a near by friends house where we called the cops. As we went back to the scene I remember looking at the car and I found a sucker that my sister stole from the back seat and I went to tell my mom. My dad and her were talking to the cops. I suddenly had to use the restroom and tried to get her attention. She told me to hold on. A man that was older in his 60s maybe, said come on I’ll take u to the rest room. I went. I walked into the mill through the open door and I remember splashing the water on the ground with my foot. I seen old machinery that a black an long and the bathroom was off to the left. It was small. The man said go ahead I’ll wait. I went in and it was really awful. There were vines all over the place and the sink and toilet was stained black with green stuff all over it. I couldn’t use that restroom. I walked out and thanked him. He took me back to my mom. As we approached the door I said come meet my mom he said hunny this is as far I can go. I thought nothing of it. Years later I found that man I. A book about the mill. Gives me cold chills til this day.

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