For five generations the wealthy and powerful Bigham Family controlled their community of Pamplico, South Carolina. Throughout the late 19th and early 20th century, the Bighams were associated with countless assaults and many murders. Until 1921, when one of their own murdered five family members.
Revisiting a 2018 episode about Robert Smalls. His life became a symbol of hope and freedom to the enslaved people of the American South. His determination to hold on to hope and overcome impossible odds, seems a fitting message during uncertain times
Enslaved conjoined twins, Millie-Christine McKoy were sold and forced into freak shows from infancy to 6 years of age. They endured a traumatic childhood. But at the age of 14, freedom gave the twins independence and new life on their own terms.
In celebration of Halloween week, revisit the most popular unexplained and creepy episodes of Southern Mysteries.
In 1867, Dr. William Trott, opened a magic show in his Charleston, South Carolina, apothecary shop. Soon after, rain began to fall on the city and continued for days. Frightened residents heard a rumor that Charleston was being punished because… Read More ›