"If you are walking in Charleston, you are walking on someone's grave."--Sue Bennett, Charleston tour guide

Monday, December 10, 2018

Jail Tour --Bailey Adams-- A spooky night

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Scary Last Class

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Among The Prisoners

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Jail From Hell!

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A Jolly Night in Jail

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A Night in Jail

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The Charleston Horror

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Odd Occurrences at the Old City Jail

Strange happenings and unusual phenomenon all captured on image in my new blog post!

A Spooky Tour

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Sunday, December 9, 2018

Spooky Jail Time!

Hey y'all! Just uploaded my Jail tour blogpost. Check it out here!

Jail Tour

My blog for the jail tour!!

Charleston Old City Jail Tour

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Kizoa "Kreation": Old City Jail Tour

I have been using the fun and free Kizoa slideshow platform for several years. This is the first time I put together a project using Kizoa's phone app.  I liked it once I figured it out. I would have liked to lengthen some shots- that's one part I didn't figure out. Maybe it's not possible. 

This is a short video, just 45 seconds, from our recent tour of Charleston's eerie Old City Jail that dates way back to 1802. 

We had a great tour on Dec. 3 with Glenn McKenzie from Bulldog Tours

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Ghost Tours, Jails, Female Serial Killers, OH MY!

Hey bloggers! Check out my latest blog post about my latest excursion the haunted Old City Jail of Charleston, SC. Get ready to be spooked!

Monday, December 3, 2018

Kevin's Old Charlestonian

Hey friends, check out my latest blog post on the history of Dr. Edward Henry Strobel. Thank you!

My Old Charlestonian

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A Reverend Remembered

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Bailey Adams --Old Charlestonian

John Bailey Adgers, the reverend of foreign affairs

James Adger Smyth: College of Charleston Graduate and Mayor

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Old Charlestonian

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Edward Henry Strobel - The Most Interesting Fella in the World

Salutations ghosts n' grave guys! Check out my blog post on this prolific figure from the Charleston area.

Old Charlestonian

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Old Charlestonian

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Charleston Star!

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My Old Charlestonian

Click here to go straight to my blog!! All about John Bennett and his wonderful life!

Old Charlestonian

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Old people? In MY Charleston? The truth may be more surprising than you think

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Sunday, December 2, 2018

Hey class! My new Old Charlestonian blog is complete! Click here to view it.

Old Charlestonian

Augustine Thomas Smyth Was born on August 22 1918 and died may 12 1991.  The Epitaph on his grave says"For him honesty was the nutrient which gave him the rare strength to be right with God, to be right with himself, to be right with his family and to be true to his fellows." This is from the letters of saint Paul to the romans.  He is not buried in a family plot but he is buried along side his wife and her name is Nancy Conner Smyth.  There is a butterfly on his grave which symbolizes resurrection. And there is also a eagle which symbolize hope and strength.  And it is in a cemetery.  He was buried at Second Presbyterian Church. It was hard to find a lot about him but he is in the Harvard law book. His named is highlighted.  

This is his grave. It is a head stone with 2 symbols on it.  One is an eagle which stands for strength and the other one is a butterfly which stands for resurrection.  This is a the second Presbyterian church.