Boone Hall Plantation served as Allie’s family’s summer home in The Notebook. The antebellum mansion is located in South Carolina near Charleston and has the distinction of being one of America’s oldest working plantations, growing and producing crops for over 320 years. The house itself dates to the early 20th century... there are even still 9 original slave cabins still standing on the property!
The slave houses at Boone Hall Plantation in Charleston. It is said to be one of America's most haunted and is said to be inhabited by the ghosts of the many mistreated slaves. The property had 225 slaves that worked and operated dangerous kilns for the local building industry beginning in 1817. According to legend, the numerous spirit sightings at the plantation have all occurred within 20 feet of the kiln, and a slave girl and slave boy are the most commonly spotted.