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GREENVILLE TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL, GREENVILLE
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GREENVILLE TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL, GREENVILLE
Greenville Tuberculosis Hospital is a building with a very colorful history! It started out as a hospital for tuberculosis patients, but it has also served as an insane asylum and a prisoner release site over its lifetime so it is really no surprise that it has some spooky tales to tell! It is a popular spot for paranormal investigators to explore and there have been many strange sounds and disembodied voices heard here – some of them have even been recorded. The noises include banging, screaming and the clanging of bells! The hospital is actually long gone having burned down some time ago, but the area is now a park and locals often see shadow figures wandering around, sometimes even straying into nearby homes. The building may be gone, but the ground on which it once stood remains one of the most haunted places in South Carolina.
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