This Whole House

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This Whole House is a tearoom that’s rumored to be haunted by a ghost named Mary Helen. The building dates as far back as 1875 and was once, allegedly, a brothel. Paranormal activity includes the sound of breaking dishes in the kitchen and objects being moved by unseen hands. Also, some folks have found themselves feeling dizzy in the establishment.

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Geographic Information

106 E Doty Ave
Summerville, SC 29483
United States

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33.019201, -80.17389300000002
Dorchester County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Summerville, SC (0.1 mi.)
Lincolnville, SC (1.4 mi.)
Centerville, SC (1.6 mi.)
Sangaree, SC (2.9 mi.)
Ladson, SC (4.4 mi.)
Goose Creek, SC (8.6 mi.)
Ridgeville, SC (9.8 mi.)
Hanahan, SC (11.2 mi.)
North Charleston, SC (13.2 mi.)
Moncks Corner, SC (15.4 mi.)


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