South Carolina’s haunted past is evident in so many places that many have come to believe hauntings in the Palmetto State are almost a way of life. Whether you believe in ghosts or not, there’s no denying some of the past occurrences here that could plausibly leave a forever “footprint” of previous lives. The location of the oldest performance theater in the U.S. is no different.

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Have you been to the Dock Street Theater? We’d love to know if you’ve experienced unusual cold spots, felt ill at certain times, or even seen the ghosts of the prostitute or of Julius Wilkes. Let us know in the comments.

For more hauntings in South Carolina, take the Lowcounty haunted road trip. It’s a real scream.

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