Elizabeth Inn - Sabiston House - Real Beaufort Haunt
Captain David Sabiston lived from 1750-1811- a life that was cut short on July 4th, 1811 after he was allegedly bludgeoned to death with an oar. Sabiston's slave, Sal, was tried and convicted, leading to him being hanged at the Beaufort Court House on September 13th, 1811. Whether it is the ghost of David or Sal, witnesses are clear to say that a spirit definitely still haunts the grounds of the home. The home was converted into the Elizabeth Inn and was in operation for many years, but has since been closed.
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