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    The crypt of L.B.Legare, in the graveyard of Edisto Presbyterian Church Ghost Story of Julia Legare



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    THE LEGEND OF JULIA LEGARE October 22, 2011 When the golden beams of the sun’s light shine through the Spanish moss draped trees at the Edisto Island Presbyterian Church it’s easy to think that a slow-moving shadow was just that – a shadow – but maybe, it was something else. As far as ghost stories go on the island, the Presbyterian Church, or more specifically, its graveyard, is home to one of the most popular haunts around. This is the story of Julia Legare. Back in the mid-1800s, Julia Le…

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