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In Virginia Warning Any places listed in the Haunted Places requires permission to visit or investigate. Many of the places are patrolled by the authorities, trespassers will be prosecuted.
Abingdon - Martha Washington Inn - The ghost of a young woman haunts the inn believed looking for her lover. The workers are very helpful and acknowledged the sightings.
Alexandria - Brown House - Revolutionary War soldiers have been seen here. During the Civil War a Confederate soldier was seen and shot dead by a Union picket while sneaking up the ravine to visit a girl friend in the Vauxcleus mansion.
Since, it is said you can see his ghost moving through the woods on moonlit nights. Fairfax has had people see figures in period costume in the basement. When his step-daughter Nellie got married he gave her some land that is on a hill that was on his land.
He was able to stand in part of him house and use a telescope to see her house so that he could keep an eye on her. The students of Woodlawn Elementary took a field trip to Woodlawn Plantation. Some reported the feeling of pushing from behind or that they where going to fall down the stairs.
In the early 90s, the middle aged female victim of a brutal joy-ride rape-murder was found dumped near the entrance of the reserve note: The dam nearby is the same one where a woman has been seen dragging a body in the past. Amelia - Haw Branch Plantation - There is a picture of a young lady that is said to blush at times when you look at her, also the smell of oranges sometimes in the parlor.
Frequently you can hear people talking and laughing in the parlor, and it stops when you enter the room. Footsteps on the stairway are heard. There is also a screaming woman outside on a certain nights.
Amherst - Winton Country Club - People have reported seeing things, hearing strange noises. Reports of seeing the dead boy in a mirror in the bathroom.
Many sightings of a lady holding her baby who torments many people who happen to wonder in the park at night. It is said that when the fog rises then that is when she is most seen.
Arlington - Wakefield High School - theatre- Haunting in this location will occur if you sit in the balcony seats alone.
If no one else is in the theatre, you may hear the sound of someone playing the piano, even if the piano is in sight and no one can be seen near it. You may also see twin spotlights shining on the stage.
There have also been reports of the figure of a young man walking back and forth along the catwalk over the stage. If you go up to the catwalk, you will find no one there. It is rumored that a member of the theatre crew died during a performance by falling from the catwalk sometime during the early sixties.
Washington-Franklin Hall has at least two ghosts that have appeared to teachers on several occasions. Some of the soldiers are only visible from the midsection up, presumably walking on the old house floor. Wash Frank Hall had recently been renovated and was kept locked after classes.
The history department was housed in that building. A guy named Buzzy found the door unlocked, went in and played the piano he has just lost a football player friend that evening who died in the library.
He looked up sensing a presence in the room and there was a man dressed in turn of the century clothes sitting across the room. The man gestured for him to continue playing but Buzzy got freaked out and ran out of the place.
Barhamsville - Makemie Woods - This place is haunted by the ghost of a Civil War nurse who can be heard playing the piano at night.
She has also been spotted walking the fields at night, still looking for wounded soldiers to help. Bassett - Junkyard - At night when you are riding down the road you can see headlights flashing on and off in the field.
If you go out there at night you hear doors shut all by themselves and you hear radios playing. At the very bottom of the field you can hear motors from the cars like they are being drove around.
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