The Myrtles Plantation is another “most haunted house in America” with ghost stories galore, but the historic truths and legends don’t always align.
The Myrtles Plantation is another “most haunted house in America” with ghost stories galore, but the historic truths and legends don’t always align. From ghost photos to first hand experiences, join us as we dissect the stories and history that keep the ominous Myrtles Plantation alive, even without its living visitors.
No author, “The Legend of Chloe & Ghosts, ” MyrtlesPlantation.com, no date, retrieved from: https://www.myrtlesplantation.com/history-and-hauntings/the-legend-of-chloe
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2 thoughts on “The Legends & Truths Of The Myrtles Plantation”
Staying at the myrtles this coming Friday and can’t wait to conduct my own investigation of the grounds with less people around and in the house at night.
Always loved the Chloe story. Good information, great podcast!