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Do You Know The Haunted History Of The Slave Cemetery?
It has been rumoured that the Slave Cemetery in Brattonsville, South Carolina is a haunted location. We’ll explain why people think this below. Do you think the rumors are true?
|Slave Cemetery Information
Why Is The Slave Cemetery Haunted?
It is on Burkins road.
It is basically woods, and every hole you step in is a slave.
If you go through the woods for a while, you will come up to a tombstone about 3 feet tall.
You can barely read it, but it is the tombstone of Watt,he was likely an important slave.
Behind it is a rock lying on the ground, and underneath it is his wife.
Next to it if you shine the light, you can see the sunken in ground where a slave is lying, and you can also see where the wife is laying.
Its incredibly scary.
You get a really weird feeling if you stand on in a grave in the pitch black.Make sure you bring flash lights.
– March 2004 Update/ additional info:Watt was the slave that ran from Brattonsville to retrieve Col.
Bratton and inform him that a group of British loyalists were headed toward Brattonsville.
Bratton returned and defeated Capt.
Huck’s men, hence the Battle of Huck’s Defeat.
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