In the shadowy depths of the infamous Lunatic Asylum in Columbia, SC, a Charleston secret remained walled up for over three years. It was there, unknown to the patients and then to the Union prisoners during the destruction of the Civil War, that an invaluable collection of madeira stayed hidden.
"...It was while growing up in Beaufort that Calhoun first heard the tale of the Land’s End Light, the ghostly orb that haunts the lonely backroads of St. Helena Island..."
“It was one of Blackbeard’s most famous feats, and it basically came down to his crew all having the clap,” explained Ryan Wise, renowned bartender at the recently opened Rappahannock. “It was one of the first things I learned about when I moved to Charleston. Quite frankly, I thought Blackbeard was something of a myth... Continue Reading →
“She was moved here from the West Indies by her father, and she had the brains and foresight to understand that, with this warm, humid climate, indigo would grow as well in South Carolina as it did in Antigua,”
“You had this secluded, long stretch of bricked alleyway, and it just so happened to end in a graveyard. It doesn’t get more convenient than that.”