Originally part of the Lord Proprietor’s Plantation established in 1670 one of the first plantations in the Carolinas.
After the Civil War, Maryville became a model city for self-governance by former slaves and their children. Maryville was named after a Local Schoolteacher, Mary Matthews & was operated successfully for 50 years, until their charter was revoked by the City of Charleston in 1936.
They run around the back porch loudly on planks that are long gone and can be heard snapping twigs in the backyard. They hide in the Attic sometimes, other times they want to play games in the Green Room.
They love interacting with their guests and are very friendly. This is an excellent Level I Investigation House.
McCann’s Haunted Pub
Built on land that was once part of Boone Hall Plantation, this Haunted Pub is home to many spirits from past and present.
Staff report hearing whispers, voices, and conversations in other rooms.
We were fortunate enough to spend many nights in this very haunted location and have had a chance to collect evidence of this very real haunting!
Join us for a night, and a pint, as we investigate this very real haunted location.
The Haunted Farmhouse
Along the Banks of the Ashley River This Area became central to the Phosphate Mining Industry in the late 1860s and 1870s. Many companies sprang up along the Ashley River as the South struggled to rebuild itself after the Civil War.
Many Freedmen took jobs as laborers for these phosphate companies and would leave the farm work to their family while they worked for the phosphate company to bring in extra money.
The grounds are home to a variety of spirits, spanning several acres there are endless places to investigate. From the Family Home to the Horse Shed, The Old Clothes Line, The Fields, and the Outbuildings we have documented countless intelligent spirits who want to tell their story!