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Special Report - Haunted History in Charleston, South Carolina

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CHARLESTON, SC -

Every year tourists flood the downtown streets of Charleston, SC for the culture and history. Many visitors come to explore the Holy City's Haunted History.

Charleston is said to have more ghosts than any other city in America. Ghost Hunters who have visited Charleston say it's a paranormal hot spot of activity and that all the tragedy here throughout history has created an abundance of restless spirits.

Watch News 2's Special Report at 11 p.m. as we explore the Haunted History of Charleston, SC and the Lowcountry.

News 2 will be broadcasting LIVE from Berkeley County, Colleton County and Dorchester County Thursday October 31 highlighting the Haunted History in the Lowcountry.

Watch ALL News 2 newscasts and specials here.

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