South Carolina horror story of a frightening creature terrorizing a frontier town. Written by Norman Coulson.
Vast agricultural plantations were once the economic engine of the American South. Operating largely on slave labor, these often stately mansions and farms hid stories of anguish and death, slowly revealed over time. Naturally, historic Southern plantations are the settling for many ghost stories. For example, the tragic tale of slave girl Chloe at Louisiana’s Myrtles Plantation, or the mass slave suicide at Ibo Landing. Other ghost stories like Alice Flagg of Pawleys Island concern tragedies among white plantation families themselves. While old Southern plantations today may be tourist attractions, wedding venues or hunting clubs, these stories illustrate how many are still haunted by their pasts.
Engaged couple makes the mistake of visiting a haunted Louisiana plantation. Ghost story written by Cheryal Hussain.
Turbulent saga of Savannah's MacCafferty clan - witches, ghosts, psychic powers and women with tragic tastes in men.
Classic African-American tale about the undying belief of slaves that they would one day fly back to Africa in the face of brutal oppression.