Elizabeth Huntsinger Wolf is the author of Ghosts of Georgetown and More Ghosts of Georgetown. She works for Georgetown County's SC First Steps program as a storyteller to enhance literature for preschoolers. She and her husband are licensed tour guides for "Ghosts of Georgetown Lantern Tours." They conduct walking tours of the harborfront/historic district of Georgetown, South Carolina, dressed in authentic clothing and carrying kerosene lanterns from the Civil War era.
Georgetown Mysteries and Legendsby Wolf, Elizabeth Robertson Huntsinger
Elizabeth Huntsinger Wolf, the author of two popular Low Country ghost-story collections, returns with a third volume of 18 stories. In this collection, Wolf moves beyond local haints and tells about eerie events and unsolved mysteries from the area. Included are stories about the captured mermaid whose storm ball caused an 1893 hurricane; a treasure buried along the Sampit River during the Civil War; the pirate Drunken Jack; Tom Yawkey and his beloved Cat Island; Thomas Lynch and Hopsewee Plantation; the mysterious fire that destroyed Kensington Park; the Pawleys Island Pavilion; George Trenholm and the lost money from the Confederate treasury; Sea View Inn on Pawleys Island; and the Strand Theatre in Georgetown.
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