[OC] Lt. William Calderwood and Ensign John Finley, British soldiers killed in battle Gray’s Hill, SC – The Parish Church of St Helena, SC

[OC] Lt. William Calderwood and Ensign John Finley, British soldiers killed in battle Gray’s Hill, SC – The Parish Church of St Helena, SC

Two recreational deep-sea fishermen fishing 70 miles southeast of the Charleston S.C. coast pulled in a package wrapped in black plastic floating in the water containing 50 kilos of cocaine worth nearly $1 million after they had seen a school of mahi-mahi jumping in the water near a pile of debris

Two recreational deep-sea fishermen fishing 70 miles southeast of the Charleston S.C. coast pulled in a package wrapped in black plastic floating in the water containing 50 kilos of cocaine worth nearly $1 million after they had seen a school… Continue Reading

East Bay Street, Charleston, SC, after the earthquake of August 31, 1886; nearly all buildings within the city sustained damage, killing up to 110 people [931×514]

East Bay Street, Charleston, SC, after the earthquake of August 31, 1886; nearly all buildings within the city sustained damage, killing up to 110 people [931×514]