Old Chester County Jail
Chester, South Carolina
The Old Chester County Jail in Chester South Carolina was constructed in 1914 and used to incarcerate the unlawful through the first half of the twentieth century.
In 1981 the building was converted by the Chester County Historical Society into a museum reflecting the county’s cultural history. It houses a varied collection of Chester County Artifacts including Catawba Pottery, one of the largest Native American Projectile Point collections in the Southeastern USA, over 80 long rifles and 35 hand guns, an ordinance of Secession, the Aaron Burr Bench, and more.
2 Investigations at this location:
Our investigations yielded some yet to be explained activity, however none of it was captured on audio/video.