Graniteville Cemetery

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Rumor has it that a witch ghost appears late at night here, putting flowers on the graves of children. Witnesses claim to have experienced lots of eerie things here, from screams, gunshots and laughter to the dead reaching up and grabbing visitors’ feet.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1400 Gregg Highway
Aiken, SC
United States

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GPS:
33.568624, -81.79476369999998
County:
Aiken County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Graniteville, SC (0.8 mi.)
Warrenville, SC (1.3 mi.)
Gloverville, SC (3.6 mi.)
Aiken, SC (4.4 mi.)
Langley, SC (4.5 mi.)
Burnettown, SC (4.8 mi.)
Clearwater, SC (7.5 mi.)
Murphys Estates, SC (8.9 mi.)
Belvedere, SC (9.0 mi.)
North Augusta, SC (10.8 mi.)

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  1. I visited several weeks ago, my husband kept asking me if I saw this man over there. I could not see him! I took pictures and looked at them when we got home even posted them in my FB page. Tonight I showed the pictures to some friends and there is a Ghost in one of my pictures that I never saw until today! Check him out! LOok at the left side under the tree just in front of the large tomb stone …

  2. Went there at midnight with some friends and visited the little boy, kept hearing laughter and what sounded like children playing, the closer it got to 3am the eerier it got. There was a little owl on his headstone with no batteries or anything that started going off on it’s own every time we started looking around. And the minute we started paying the owl attention we would hear stuff around us.

  3. Flowers growing on top of a grave , just the one seeing as most are plastic and placed neatly was odd to me. The other graves around it as well as 80% of the graves do not have anything but grass growing on them. We were in the dark and I could see one single flower moving one it own or so it would appear. This special flower was touching other flower around it but they did not move at all. Being a sensitive and being on a mission that night I wanted to get closer and I did. Thigpen was the only thing on the headstone and the movement leaves the one flower and traces a line of single flowers right to me and stopped. A little later on around the same area my daughter got into some prickly things “travelers” walking off the path. They were poking her and I had to help her get them off and was cursing and saying ouch a good bit and we were joined by the laughter of a lady. I also dealt with feeling very heavy feeling in one area , trouble breathing , feeling nauseous and sad came along with it. I will be going back again and seeing what else isn’t there . My daughters and I were going to go back tonight for the Halloween blue moon but it was locked up.

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