Litchfield Plantation

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This plantation’s history dates back to 1740, and its most famous ghost is Dr. Henry Tucker, a member of one of the last families to own the plantation in the late 1800s. His apparition has been seen in the Blue Room, and he is said to be a friendly spirit. Other odd occurrences here have been sightings of the apparitions of chambermaids and strange lights.

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24 Avenue of Live Oaks
Pawleys Island, SC 29585
United States

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33.47477, -79.13567699999999
Georgetown County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Pawleys Island, SC (3.0 mi.)
Murrells Inlet, SC (7.6 mi.)
Garden City, SC (11.0 mi.)
Georgetown, SC (11.4 mi.)
Surfside Beach, SC (13.0 mi.)
Bucksport, SC (13.3 mi.)
Socastee, SC (16.4 mi.)
Forestbrook, SC (19.9 mi.)
Myrtle Beach, SC (20.6 mi.)
Andrews, SC (24.6 mi.)

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