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Haunted Aquia Church, Stafford VA
Posted on March 6, 2021
Haunted Aquia Church, Stafford VA Aquia Church in Stafford, Virginia, is located off of Jefferson Davis Highway and Highway I-95. This unusual church is unique in both design and history a...
The Ghosts at the Weems-Botts Museum in Dumfries, VA
Posted on January 28, 2021
The Weems-Botts Museum, Dumfries, VA Dumfries, the oldest continuously chartered city in the United States, is little more than a ghost town. A tiny spot of suburbia off of I-95 you could m...
Gadsby’s Tavern and the Tomb of the Female Stranger
Posted on January 27, 2021
Gadsby's Tavern and the Tomb of the Female Stranger Gadsby’s Tavern and Museum is an unusual place, in that it’s been serving its clients since before Virginia became a state. It open...
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The Old Stone House: D.C.’s Oldest Haunted House
The Old Stone House: D.C.’s Oldest Haunted House Washington D.C., the Capital of the United States of America, is a place where history and folklore are woven into one unbreakable thread....
The True Story of Alexandria’s Burning Bride
The True Story of Alexandria's Burning Bride In a previous post, we told the tragic tale of Laura Schaffer of Alexandria. A young lady on her wedding night is killed in a freak accident when he...
Creepy Tales from Old Alexandria, VA
Creepy Tales from Old Alexandria, VA Alexandria, Virginia, has an exciting place in history, and especially when it comes to the ghosts that haunt every corner of this city, it seems. A pla...
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