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Alice of the Hermitage

October 27, 2020 - Posted in Local by Brandie Perron

Have you ever found a trinket while vacationing along the Carolina coast? Ever wonder who it belonged to? What if the person it belongs to has been searching for it desperately for more than 150 years? A young girl has made her presence known along the South Strand, to locals and visitors alike. Sightings most often occur along the marsh in Murrells Inlet and at a grave in All Saints Cemetery in Pawleys Island. She was stripped of her most prized possession just before she took her last breath. Legend says she’s still searching for it. 

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