|Little boy's grave covered in flowers and toys|
Some say what brings the "witch" to the cemetery is "The little boy". I say little boy, because that is all he is known as. As the story goes, a little boy was on a train traveling all alone. It is unknown who he was or where he was going as he was very frail and weak. He could not speak his name or utter a word. He became even more ill, so the conductor decided to take him off of the train at Graniteville to see a doctor. He was taken to the Graniteville Inn where he soon passed away. He was buried in the Graniteville Cemetery in a grave simply marked "The Little Boy October 1855". Flowers and small toys began to appear on his grave as well as those of other children and some say they had seen a woman wandering through the tombstones at night. People were so moved by this, soon many began leaving small tributes to "The little boy".
Some folks have claimed to have seen an apparition of a little boy wandering the graveyard as well as the woman. Others however, tend to dismiss these stories and would like to believe that the little boy rests in peace knowing that he is loved.