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  Time Traveler Who Visited 2118 Reveals Our Future
Posted by: Richard - , 09:01 AM - Forum: Science & Technology - No Replies



Time Traveler Who Visited 2118 Reveals Our FutureIn this new rare interview with Alexander Smith, the alleged time traveler tells more about what the future is like. According to his story, he time traveled to the year 2118 and back in 1981. His original video on ApexTV got millions of views, and now with permission from Alexander himself, we bring you this never before seen interview with a major news website. Also, during this interview, he shows what he claims is an actual picture of a city in the year 2118. What do you think? Is Alexander Smith an actual time traveler who has been to the future?

Original Interview With Alexander

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  THE ABANDONED MANSION, SANTEE
Posted by: Mark - 04-11-2018, 10:23 PM - Forum: Haunted Locations and Ghost Stories - No Replies

   

THE ABANDONED MANSION, SANTEE

Known simply as ‘The Abandoned Mansion’, there is not much known about this old house in Santee, South Carolina. Nobody seems to know when the house was built, who lived here or why it was abandoned. There are no government records regarding this house – it’s existence is a complete mystery! However, it is known to be haunted. Several people have reported seeing lights flickering in the upstairs windows as they pass by.

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  CYPRESS GARDEN RUINS, MONCKS CORNER
Posted by: Mark - 04-11-2018, 10:21 PM - Forum: Haunted Locations and Ghost Stories - No Replies

   

CYPRESS GARDEN RUINS, MONCKS CORNER

Cypress Garden Ruins are said to be one of the most haunted places in South Carolina. However, what is unique about this spot is that these ruins are not actually real! They are man made ruins that are left over from filming of the movie ‘The Patriot’! That doesn’t mean that they are any less haunted than some ancient ruins might be, perhaps these spirits are attached to the land as it was before the film crew moved in! It is said that from time to time a strange figure can be seen just standing in the middle of the swamp and many people say there are strange noises and an eerie feeling when you pass by the faux ruins!

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  SALEM BLACK RIVER CHURCH, SUMTER
Posted by: Mark - 04-11-2018, 10:20 PM - Forum: Haunted Locations and Ghost Stories - No Replies

   

SALEM BLACK RIVER CHURCH, SUMTER

Salem Black River Church was built back in 1846 and it is said to be home to several different ghosts. In fact, it is considered to be one of the most haunted places in South Carolina. One of the ghosts is said to be a spectre of a Southern Belle, another is a very sad little boy often seen sobbing. It is also said to be haunted by a priest whose entire family was wiped out by the plague. At the back of the church is a small building where people have experienced cold spots, seen lights flickering and even encounters a shadowy figure of a man who might be the priest in question.

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  WHITE POINT GARDENS, CHARLESTON
Posted by: Mark - 04-11-2018, 06:15 PM - Forum: Haunted Locations and Ghost Stories - No Replies

   

WHITE POINT GARDENS, CHARLESTON

This is without a doubt one of the most haunted places in South Carolina! Also known as The Battery, the gardens are said to be haunted by the spirits of countless pirates that were hanged here. It is said that these swashbuckling ghosts roam the gardens searching for their executioners in order to exact their revenge!

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  GREENVILLE TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL, GREENVILLE
Posted by: Mark - 04-10-2018, 09:05 AM - Forum: Haunted Locations and Ghost Stories - No Replies

   

GREENVILLE TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL, GREENVILLE

Greenville Tuberculosis Hospital is a building with a very colorful history! It started out as a hospital for tuberculosis patients, but it has also served as an insane asylum and a prisoner release site over its lifetime so it is really no surprise that it has some spooky tales to tell! It is a popular spot for paranormal investigators to explore and there have been many strange sounds and disembodied voices heard here – some of them have even been recorded. The noises include banging, screaming and the clanging of bells! The hospital is actually long gone having burned down some time ago, but the area is now a park and locals often see shadow figures wandering around, sometimes even straying into nearby homes. The building may be gone, but the ground on which it once stood remains one of the most haunted places in South Carolina.

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  BAYNARD PLANTATION, HILTON HEAD
Posted by: Mark - 04-10-2018, 09:04 AM - Forum: Haunted Locations and Ghost Stories - No Replies

   

BAYNARD PLANTATION, HILTON HEAD

Baynard Plantation has a very interesting ghost story attached to it. It is said that if you visit the ruins of the property after the sun goes down, then you may get to see and hear the ghostly funeral procession of former owner William Baynard passing by his former home!

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  ADMIRAL'S HOUSE, CHARLESTON
Posted by: Mark - 04-10-2018, 09:03 AM - Forum: Haunted Locations and Ghost Stories - No Replies

   

ADMIRAL'S HOUSE, CHARLESTON

The Admiral’s House was built in 1905 and it is considered to be one of the most haunted places in South Carolina. It was built in the early part of the 20[sup]th[/sup] century and it has had a history of slavery and torture. The most common report of paranormal activity on the property relates to the ghost of a small slave girl who is often spotted in a clump of trees on the property.

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  SEVEN DEVIL'S BRIDGE, WOODRUFF
Posted by: Mark - 04-10-2018, 09:01 AM - Forum: Haunted Locations and Ghost Stories - No Replies

   

SEVEN DEVIL'S BRIDGE, WOODRUFF

Seven Devil’s Bridge is definitely one of the most haunted places in South Carolina and it is all said to be because of the restless spirits of seven people who were hanged from the bridge. It is said that these seven ghosts haunt the bridge at midnight each night and that no living person is able to cross the bridge unharmed at midnight. Those who have attempted to cross during the witching hour have experienced all manner of terrifying experiences with most ending up broken down and screaming in horror! Would you dare to face the seven devils in the dead of night?

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  THE HERMITAGE, MURRELLS INLET
Posted by: Mark - 04-10-2018, 09:00 AM - Forum: Haunted Locations and Ghost Stories - No Replies

   

THE HERMITAGE, MURRELLS INLET

In 1849, a wealthy Doctor named Allard Flagg moved into The Hermitage and invited his beautiful sister Alice to come and live with him. Alice fell hopelessly in love with a young lumberman, but her brother did not approve of the match and sent Alice’s lover away. Alice was angry at her brother’s interference and continued to meet with the lumberman in secret. However, when Dr Flagg learned of the couple’s secret engagement he sent Alice off to boarding school in Charleston. She fell ill with malaria and died soon after her brother brought her home to The Hermitage. When Dr Flagg discovered the engagement ring on a ribbon around his sister’s neck he threw it into the marsh. This meant that Alice was buried without her most treasured possession and explains why her ghost is now seen leaving The Hermitage and walking to her grave in All Saints Cemetery all the while clutching her chest where her ring once nestled. She has also been spotted wandering the marsh in search of her ring.

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  ROSE HILL PLANTATION, UNION
Posted by: Mark - 04-10-2018, 08:59 AM - Forum: Haunted Locations and Ghost Stories - No Replies

   

ROSE HILL PLANTATION, UNION
Rose Hill Plantation was built in 1827 and the family lived, died and was buried right there on the property! Their ghosts are still said to roam the property in both the house itself and the on site cemetery.

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  Wal-Mart's first ad from 1962. Business Insider points out the ad foreshadowed Sam Wa
Posted by: Richard - 04-09-2018, 05:42 PM - Forum: Strange and Off Beat Stories - No Replies

   

Wal-Mart's first ad from 1962. Business Insider points out the ad foreshadowed Sam Walton's management style -- staying open on July 4th.

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  By the late 1960s, it was becoming increasingly clear that public institutions were f
Posted by: Richard - 04-09-2018, 05:39 PM - Forum: Strange and Off Beat Stories - No Replies

   

By the late 1960s, it was becoming increasingly clear that public institutions were failing to meet even the most basic human needs of the people they were intended to serve.

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  Witchcraft: A Handbook of Magic Spells and Potions (Hardcover)
Posted by: Richard - 04-09-2018, 05:35 PM - Forum: Strange and Off Beat Stories - No Replies

   

Witchcraft: A Handbook of Magic Spells and Potions (Hardcover)

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  Men had the right to demand their wives or daughters be lobotomized against their wil
Posted by: Richard - 04-09-2018, 05:33 PM - Forum: Strange and Off Beat Stories - No Replies

   

Men had the right to demand their wives or daughters be lobotomized against their will.... so that will teach you to be cheerful while you scrub the floors...(Joseph Kennedy, father of JFK, had his daughter lobotomized.)

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