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Chatham - Fredericksburg

Chatham – Fredericksburg

Chatham is a Georgian-style manor house in Fredericksburg, Virginia, that served as a hospital during the Ameri- 90 charms against ...
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Crawford Road off of Highway 238

Crawford Road, located in Yorktown Virginia, has a colorful and jaded past and is an active hotspot for those in ...
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Edgewood Plantation - Charlescity

Edgewood Plantation – Charlescity

Edgewood Plantation You have to feel sorry for this poor ghost: legend has it, Lizzie Rowland died of a broken ...
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Fort Monroe

Fort Monroe

Fort Monroe, an irregular hexagonshaped stone fortress that is completely surrounded by a moat, is located in Hampton, Virginia, on ...
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Fredericksburg Battlefield and Environs

Fredericksburg, Virginia, was the scene of intense fighting during the American Civil War (1861–65), and has high Ghost and Haunting ...
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Kenmore - Fredericksburg

Kenmore – Fredericksburg

Kenmore is a Georgian-style great house in Fredericksburg, Virginia, said to be haunted by its original colonial owner, Fielding Lewis ...
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OLD HOUSE WOODS

Diggs is a picturesque little coastal town that at first glance looks like any other rural Virginia town. However, there ...
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Scotchtown

Scotchtown

Scotchtownis a house in Virginia built by American Revolutionary War patriot Patrick Henry, believed to be haunted by the Ghost ...
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Stratford

Stratford

Stratford Birthplace of Robert E. Lee, commander of the Confederate Army during the American Civil War. Haunting phenomena and several ...
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Westwood Hills Baptist Church

Mr. Arthur S. Ward was a religious man who was devoted to his family and to his lifelong church, Westwood ...
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Woodlawn Plantation

Woodlawn Plantation

Woodlawn Plantation Stately 19th-century home of the foster daughter and nephew of George Washington, haunted by several ghosts. Most of ...
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Yorktown Colonial  Parkway - Yorktown

Yorktown Colonial  Parkway – Yorktown

Yorktown, Virginia, is most famously known as the site where Lord Cornwallis surrendered to General George Washington on October 19, ...
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