1. Sweet tea, biscuits and BOO! Women who brunch at Poogan’s Porch at 72 Queen Street, may be taken surprise by the resident ghost in the ladies’ room. Before being converted to a restaurant in 1976, it was Victorian-style private home built in 1881. From the early 1900s to the mid 1940s, two spinster sisters named Zoe and Elizabeth St…. View Post
If betrayal, unfinished business and lost love keeps souls tethered to this world, there may be no place better to find ghosts than in Charleston’s historic homes. Residences dating back to the late 1600s that withstood war and other disasters are sure to have been the site of a death or two. Kitchens were used for emergency medical treatment, birthing… View Post
Top three graveyards to visit in Charleston, South Carolina.
It’s hard to feel low in the low country, but it happens. Work pressures pile up and the national news hits hard. That’s when it’s time to take a break from the desk and TV. My favorite cures are sitting quietly on a dock along the Wando River, a leisurely ride on my beach cruiser or a yoga class. Today,… View Post
Chip and Joanna Gaines of HGTV’s hit “Fixer Upper” have homeowners across America lapping up rustic reclaimed wood walls. I dare you to find a model home in the South that doesn’t sport shiplap. When does the ubiquitous become a cliché? Remember the honey-colored paneled dens of the 1970s? They caused home buyers to cringe a decade later. How can… View Post