Amid live oak trees covered in Spanish moss, Where the gravestones speak with the drama of Edgar Allan Poe, who residents say was inspired by a local legend to write "Annabelle Lee."
Laws preserving buildings more than 75 years old, makes it an interesting place for architecture.
Residents were taxed on their homes' frontage, back in the day.
A plantation house sits in ruins, testifying to Gen. Sherman's "northern aggression" at the end of the Civil War.
On the grounds, a simple but beautiful slave chapel has been recreated.
And there was wildlife, there, too (though I didn't see any alligators).
Nearby, in Hollywood, I saw some cool antiques.
And a beautiful sky.
And now North Charleston has got something from the Seattle area, too.
My cousin Vicki Doyle shows the headline.