Somerset Place - Real Creswell Haunt
- 2572 Lake Shore Road
- Creswell, NC
One of the largest plantations in the South for the eighty years it operated during (1785-1865), Somerset Place had an unbelievable 800 slaves working on the grounds. Despite this horrific figure, the haunting stories are actually not slave-related, but focus on the former lady of the house. Supposedly, her son drowned in an irrigation canal; a son she still mourns with screams and cries to this day.
Never have gone back at night.
When i was a middle school student me an my boy scout troop stayed the night here camping. Me and some buddies went out walking late one night down a trail near where the slave houses once were. We experienced a sudden scream or shrieking seemed all around us. And then he seemed to turn to wind and went through the trees all around us again. He all took off running and lucky it was the last night there for us. We never went and most of us to this day dont like speaking about it. Dont know what it was but it sure wasnt normal, animals, and no breeze excpet that sudden blast of wind.Posted 6/9/21
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