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Pirate Captain's Buried Treasure

October 23, 2019 - Posted in Carolina Stories by William Richardson

Folklore claims a pirate captain buried treasure at 37 Meeting Street in Charleston. There are three versions of the story. The captain later found one of his supposedly trusted crewmen attempting to dig up his treasure.  It is believed that the crewman remains to this day, still protecting this buried treasure.

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