You know those stories that make you think, “Did this really happen? Are they just playing a trick on me?” Most towns have them. The stories of creatures, ghosts, and all around scary entities. The Upstate is no exception. Everywhere you look you can find spooky tales that will fill you with fright. Are they true? It’s hard to say. Nonetheless, they are intriguing. Here are 10 Upstate Urban Legends to Send A Shiver Down Your Spine.
Ready for some pumpkin pie, apples, & hay rides? You’ve found them! Find the Pumpkin Patch & Hay Ride experience you’ve been searching for right here in ITK’s FANGtastic Guide to Halloween.
In The Know Upstate is so excited to announce the first of our Across The Table series where we go behind the scenes to get the information you’ve been craving. We sat down with Wendy Lynam, owner of Swamp Rabbit Inn & Properties, to talk about the upcoming Swamp Rabbit Music Fest on Saturday, September 9th at 4 PM.
The weekend of August 18th is going to be huge. Massive. Astronomical. The Great American Eclipse is coming, and people from far and wide will be in the Upstate. With so much to do, it’s tough to know what will make your Eclipse Weekend truly unforgettable. Don’t worry – we’ve got your back. Here are 10 Ideas To Make Your Eclipse Weekend Totality Awesome.
We’re back with more ways for you to drink and dine al fresco in the Upstate! This time we are focusing on Anderson. Here are five patios for you to get your drink on, the Anderson edition.
We’re back with more ways for you to drink and dine al fresco in the Upstate! This time we are focusing on Greenville. Here are five patios for you to get your drink on, the Greenville edition.
Syzygy. No, I did not just run my hand across my keyboard. A syzygy is an astronomical term to describe when one celestial object is lined-up with another. On August 21, 2017 the Upstate will be in the path to see one of the most awe-inspiring syzygys (last time I use it, promise), a total solar eclipse. The event will be one to remember, so don’t just watch it from the backyard! Here are five ways to enjoy your Eclipse Day.