Located just a stone's throw from Charleston, Summerville has always attracted scores of people looking for shelter from the sweltering heat and mosquito clouds of the peninsula.
Some residents love the town so much that they never leave even after life. The exceptional service at Guerin's Pharmacy has led ghostly patrons to forever wander through the aisles though no amount of aspirin can cure death and their eerie presences spook customers and employees alike. From the "praying soldier" that terrorized the residents of the Quackenbush-List house to Monty, the ghost that rips pictures off the wall in Montreaux's Bar and Grill, these spirits have unfinished business in this bustling suburb, and veteran investigator and local author Bruce Orr recounts their tales in chilling detail.
About the Author
Bruce Orr retired from law enforcement in 2003 and became involved in the investigation of local legends as a hobby. He is the author of three previous books on South Carolina history and hauntings.