An aura of mystery and terror surrounds Myrtles Plantation, "one of America's most haunted homes" built on an Indian burial ground, and where up to ten people might have been murdered and which supposedly plays home to at least a dozen unsettled spirits.
Legend has it that the hauntings began because of Chloe, who was a slave owned by Clark and Sara Woodruff, the original owners. Purportedly, Clark wanted Chloe to be his mistress, she refused, and he continued to pressure her and may have forced her into having sex with him. Then, after she was caught eavesdropping on Sara, one of them chopped off her ear and she wore a green turban to disguise it. She baked a poisonous birthday cake in retaliation, but the plan backfired and Sara and their two daughters died from poisoning, while Clark survived. Ever since, guests at the bed and breakfast have reported sightings of a woman wearing a green turban stalking the grounds.
Unfortunately, that's not all. The house was reportedly once ransacked by Union soldiers during the Civil War, and three were killed inside. A disgruntled, young Indian girl has been spotted on the plantation, and there's supposedly a blood stain in the shape of a human body that cannot be removed or even touched by mops or cleaning supplies. There is so much legend to this property that revisiting it seems completely necessary.