How about a side of ghosts to go with your red rice? Yep, you can dine with ghosts in Charleston.
Here's Eric to introduce you to two of them at Poogan's Porch.
Rice has long been a staple of the lowcountry, and there are many, many we use it. Here's Sabrina showing you how to make one of our favorites, red rice.
Between 1717 and 1718, Charles Towne hanged 51 pirates including Gentleman Pirate Stede Bonnet and the crew of Richard Worley.
Killed in a 1786 duel, this doctor haunts Charleston today. Find out why this Charleston ghost is so unsettled and why he's nicknamed the Whistling Doctor.
Did you know that the Charleston City Market was built on top of Daniel Creek? And that slaves were never sold there?
Charleston actually had the FIRST Tea Party!
Eric Lavender of Charleston Pirate Tours talks about Coronavirus impact on Charleston tourism and assures everyone that Charleston will be here better than ever once the threat passes.