The Legends Behind This South Carolina Mountain Will Keep You Up At Night

Many people will recognize the name ‘Paris Mountain’ because there’s a lovely state park at the base of one side of the mountain. We’ve written about that state park many times, suggesting an easy winter hike or just checking out the enchanting character of the park. But the mountain itself, the part that’s not in the state park system, as well as a new city park near the base of the mountain, has some seriously disturbing history and legends that may grab your interest — if you’re into that sort of thing. And if you’re not, then they may keep you up at night. Which one matches your inclination? Do you scare easily?

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Do you believe in ghosts or the paranormal? What do you think about the legends surrounding this South Carolina mountain?

For more creepy South Carolina history and locations, check out this terrifying South Carolina ghostly legend.