Molly's Rock Picnic Area

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At Flag Lake (which is no longer a lake, by the way), Molly’s Rock is rumored to be a hot spot for the strange and unexpected. Reports say on a nearby hill stands a cemetery that has an entire row of grave markers for deceased who committed suicide. Witnesses visiting the area have reported bright lights at night, eerie feelings, and unexplained car trouble.

Note: This land is private property and trespassing is not allowed.

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Geographic Information

Molly's Rock Road
Newberry, SC
United States

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34.387918, -81.54260390000002
Newberry County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Whitmire, SC (8.9 mi.)
Newberry, SC (9.0 mi.)
Pomaria, SC (10.8 mi.)
Smyrna, SC (12.3 mi.)
Prosperity, SC (12.4 mi.)
Carlisle, SC (14.9 mi.)
Little Mountain, SC (15.2 mi.)
Silverstreet, SC (15.3 mi.)
Joanna, SC (15.4 mi.)
Peak, SC (16.1 mi.)


Please note: It is your responsibility to acquire appropriate permissions before investigating any location listed on this site. Private property should be respected at all times, as should all posted signs concerning trespassing, hours of operation and other local regulations. Many "ghost hunters" have been arrested because they failed to contact property owners and/or local authorities ahead of time.

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  1. Left truck parked on the side of Molly’s rock road and was gone for about 30min-1hour walking through the the trails. When I get back my truck won’t start. The negative battery terminal on the starter is broken off. There’s no way it just happened driving or normal use because it is tucked under the engine. Seems that someone has pulled the wire and bent it until it came off. Rigged it up and got out of there asap.

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