Death from childbirth, and murder by poisoning causes hauntings… A former guest of a mental hospital has returned, doing her favorite activity!
Gadsbys Tavern Museum
The Henry Hill House
The William Ramsey House
The Stone House
Disturbing graves can cause restless spirits. A grumpy master of the house still carries a grudge. Another male spirit who is terribly disappointed finds some peace inside.
A female spirit who died here is a permanent resident. Many think she had something to hide…
Is still the home of three little Lee children who died early in life. The spirit of their family dog apparently is here as well!
This once woe-be-gone structure was historically reconstructed, drawing back interested parties.
Two very different female spirits from different eras both reside in the same space.
Believers in the treasure trove of Southern hauntings can certainly make their case here.
Losing life in war can be sudden and unexpected for everyone involved. When special places are reconstructed, spirits are pleased.
Building on former battlefields can draw spirits inside…
War casualties can relive their deaths; trying to change the outcome.
Many died in this Civil War field hospital; perhaps with unfinished business. A Spirit who was in charge isn’t afraid to discipline the living slackers
Paranormal activity became apparent when a family with a child moved here…
Renovations and restoration often stir up entities. A new rose garden was started with the added plus of spectral help.
Spirit manifestations started after the National Park Service’s restoration efforts.
A terrible accident killed family members, but spared the littlest one.
A generous donor to the Patriot cause still worries…
The spirit of a focused but confused Confederate soldier is still here.
People in period costume activate the paranormal activity!