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Real Haunted Houses?

I mean, it’s October everyone! We HAVE to hit on this topic!

So, are there real haunted houses in the Upstate? If you grew up in this area, I’m pretty sure you’ve probably heard all kinds of stories. And, I’m definitely not here to state if any of them are true or false.

But, sometimes when you hear certain things, you do question these things – right?

With that said, I’m going to leave the question of “are there real haunted houses” completely up to you.

But, I am going to share with you some places here in the Upstate that if you have never gone near them, and you’re intrigued by that kind of stuff – you might want to check them out.

First up is Oakwood Cemetary in Spartanburg. During the late 1800’s, this cemetary became the final resting place for convicts as well as people without families. There’s even a separate Children’s Graveyard – which has had reports of people seeing children running through it and heard voices.

Rosehill Plantation in Union. This was an actual plantation built in 1827. It’s known as one of the most haunted places not only in South Carolina, but in the world!

Greenville’s Tuberculosis Hospital in Greenville. The actual building burnt down in 2003, but the basement of the building still resides under Herdklotz Park. After it was a tuberculosis hospital, the building was used as an insane asylum. It’s said you can still hear screams, slamming doors and other noises at night while standing in the park.

Poinsett bridge in Greenville is possibly one of the oldest bridges in the Southeastern US. During the day, the bridge is simply a secluded pathway. At night however, many experience times when electrical devices will completely stop working.

The Tanning Yard in Fairforest. This area is now the Adidas plant. People that visit this area tend to have feelings of sadness, dread and despair – especially when they’re near the railroad tracks.

Now, of course I’m not giving you permission to trespass – especially if it’s an area which is private property. However, some of these you could take a walk or a drive  – especially if you have an interest in seeing what you might experience.

And, if you’re thinking of purchasing a home this fall, I’d love to chat with you! We’ll find your dream home – together! Sellers – don’t forget to contact me in regards to selling your home too! My email is thevictoriacottlegroup@gmail.com, and my direct phone is (864) 275-3953.

Oktoberfest | Fri., Oct. 7 + Sat., Oct. 8 | 11 a.m.-10 p.m. | NOMA Square, 220 N. Main St. | Free entry | Grab your Lederhosen or Dirndl and come enjoy live music + contests to celebrate this annual German festival.

Greenville Fall Wine Festival | Sat., Oct. 8 | 1-5 p.m. | Fluor Field at the West End | $50 | Sip on 50+ wine options, mimosas, beers + seltzers, plus enjoy Live Music, a DJ, and a souvenir acrylic wine glass. ?

Fall Market | Sun., Oct. 9 | 12-3 p.m. | Fireforge Crafted Beer, 311 E. Washington St. | Free entry | Shop an array of local vendors + enjoy live music, house-brewed beers, hard seltzers, and seasonally-inspired sandwiches + snacks.?

$0. That’s how much students at Greenville Tech will continue to pay for tuition in the 2023 spring semester thanks to the college’s $0 Tuition program. The effort is meant to produce more graduates, creating a highly skilled workforce for the state + greater economic mobility.

Attention, thrill seekers: It’s haunted house season and the Upstate has some of the scariest around. Whether you feel like being chased through the woods or braving a dungeon under an abandoned farmhouse (I can’t relate, but to each their own), here are eight options for you around the Upstate. Two Upstate restaurants will be featured on Food Network’sRestaurant: Impossible” hosted by Chef Robert Irvine. The first filming stop is Big Cliffs BBQ in Central Sat., Oct. 22 and Sun., Oct. 23 before heading to Runway Cafe in Greenville Wed., Oct. 26 and Thurs., Oct. 27. Participate in the show. (WYFF 4)

About Victoria

 People are on the move and I am ready to help you buy or sell in the Greenville area. Please contact Victoria Cottle by email thevictoriacottlegroup@gmail.com or call (864) 275-3953 for your real estate needs in the Upstate of South Carolina! You can also always follow me on Facebook!

Victoria Cottle is a Realtor® in the Greenville South Carolina area and if you, a friend, or a family member need assistance with selling or buying a home I can help. Referrals and people needing relocation assistance are welcome! Search Single Family homes in Greenville. Search Condos and Townhomes in Greenville.

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