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Write for me my capstone library dogs write for me business research topics for abm students essay on craze of fashion among youth welcome back strangers Memorial Day weekend kicks off the vacation season in the United States and each summer more than 20 million people travel to the beaches of South Carolina Pawleys Island is located 40 minutes south of Myrtle Beach and it's a great way to spend an entire vacation or an evening checking out all the sights in the town if you're staying nearby the area is known for its history beaches and local legends today we're going to tell you three haunting tales from Pawleys Island South Carolina spoiler alert the last one is a heartbreaker the gray man is the most famous ghost in the area that is seen roaming the coastline of Polly's Island he is the most famous ghost in the area because every time he's appeared a devastating hurricane or horrendous storm as hit the area he was first seen in 1822 and was last spotted in 1989 right before Hurricane Hugo hit South Carolina he is always seen wearing gray clothes along the beach before vanishing in some cases he speaks to people telling them to flee the area in others he has just seen as an ominous warning of the destruction that's to come there are several stories and legends surrounding the identity of the gray man some believe he's the ghost of a man who was traveling from Charleston to visit his fiancee unfortunately he and his horse got caught in quicksand like mud in the marshes surrounding Pawleys Island and he died his spirit haunts the shore in search of the woman he loved and warning others of impending dangers in the area other variations of the story say that he is Percival Polly who the island is named after legend says that he still watches over the area that was once his beloved home others who have witnessed the gray man say he wears a long coat and has dressed almost like a pirate leading them to think he may be the ghost of Blackbeard who is doomed to wander the shores he once pillaged for all eternity warning innocent souls of approaching danger those who were fortunate enough to see the gray man often credit him for saving their lives and sparing their homes the local ghost received national attention when Jim and Clara Moore were interviewed after Hurricane Hugo by the show on solving mysteries the couple's home was spared during the terrible hurricane and they witnessed the gray man before the hurricane hit if you want to spend a night in Pawleys Island then you must stay at the legendary Pelican Inn it's an eight-room beachfront bed-and-breakfast that was originally constructed in the late 1840s it is one of the few surviving original homes that hasn't been destroyed by hurricanes because it is protected by the highest sand dunes on the island Plowden Weston married his wife Emily in 1847 the fortunate couple received multiple estates and lots of money as wedding gifts from their affluent families it didn't take long for them to build a summer home on Polly's island that would eventually become the Pelican in the two enjoyed their years together until the beginning of the American Civil War Weston joined the fight to defend South Carolina and became the commander of the georgetown rifle guard he quickly gained the respect of his men many of whom would eventually visit the Pelican Inn after the war sadly Weston's life was cut short when he finally returned home he died weeks after being diagnosed with tuberculosis his death began the hauntings that have occurred in the old Beach Inn one is the ghostly figure of a man in the Civil War uniform that is often seen briefly in the corners of guests eyes some believe this is Weston and his old gray Confederate uniform which had led many to think that not only does he still watch over the end but that he is the great man of Polly's island however no one has ever seen the gray man's face Weston's wife Emily is also seen by the guests of the end she is known to leave her perfume smell around to welcome new guests to the inn and others catch a glimpse of a young woman in 19th centuries clothes thought to be Emily when the Sun goes down sometimes you may encounter ghostly dogs along the beach behind the old Inn another local legend says that a caretaker for the end once had two Boston Terriers that he kept with him until one swam into the ocean to save a drowning boy's life regrettably the dog passed away soon after and the other terrier eventually died of loneliness however you can still hear the dog barking and playing in the night the Pelican Inn was closed for the season when we visited Pawleys Island but we would love to stay there and investigate the in ourselves one day it has great reviews online and if you decide to spend a night there the pelicans website says to be sure to ask for Caroline to tell you about the end spooky history the All Saints Church Cemetery you will find a strange grave that has the name of Alice and scribed on it it is easy to find because of the rings and other gifts that people will leave behind to pay the respect to the grave of poor Alice flag Alice's life reads like a nineteenth-century Shakespearean tragedy she was the sister the very successful and wealthy doctor a lard flag but she fell in love with a man who was from an undesirable social class for her to marry according to her brother however Alice defied her brothers wishes and secretly became engaged with the young lumber man who stole her heart when doctor Flagg discovered her engagement he sent Alice away to boarding school in Charleston where she quickly contracted malaria doctor Flagg graciously allowed poor sick Alice to return home but it was too late she died soon after from what those close to her believed was a broken heart after her death her brother discovered Alice's engagement ring attached to a ribbon under her dress enraged that his sister still defied his wishes even in death dr. Flagg took the engagement ring and threw it into the marsh so it could never be found again he had her buried in the same cemetery as her family but would not allow the family name to be inscribed on her grave the ghost of Alice has been seen at the Hermitage her family's old plantation she is often spotted going up the staircase to her old bedroom others have witnessed a ghostly woman in a white dress walking out the front door of the hermitage clutching something under her chest visitors to the All Saints Cemetery often report seeing a young woman wandering the grounds looking as though she's frantically searching for something some have encountered Alice's ghost at the marsh surrounding the area desperately searching for her beloved ring that her brother hid from her in death there's a local superstition that if you begin at the bottom right of her gravestone and walk around at six times counterclockwise and then six times clockwise stopping at the letter A on her marker and leave Alice a token to ease her troubled soul and make a wish then your wish will be granted according to the atlas Spira we left a token on Alice's grave but I hadn't heard of this superstition until researching for this script and I found that there are a few other variations of this that you might want to investigate before visiting this heartbreaking site thank strangers for watching where do you plan on going for vacation this summer let us know in the comments below along with which haunting was your favorite I hope everyone has a fun and safe Memorial Day thank you to those who have served in the military and please remember those who died protecting our freedoms that we are fortunate enough to enjoy don't forget to like this video if you enjoyed it leave us a comment and subscribe if you haven't already done so it helps us out so much we can't do this without you also be sure to smash that Bell button so you never miss a strangest video and as always stay strange capstone english school order American Museum of Natural History.