Haunted Places in Virginia

Haunted Places in Virginia

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From Virginia Beach to Norfolk, Chesapeake to Richmond, Newport News, Alexandria, and more! Check out these haunted graves, schools, churches, buildings and other locations throughout the old dominion! These are our picks for the top 10 most haunted places in Virginia! Enjoy!


“The Ferry Plantation House” by L. Allen Brewer ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“FerryPlantationHouseCooker” by Rlevse ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 (

“MarthaWashingtonInn” by RebelAt ( is in the Public Domain

“martha washington inn, abingdon va” by beccapie ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 (

“Bacon’s Castle 1972” by Jake E. Boucher/HABS ( is in the Public Domain

“Bacon’s Castle” by Sgam80 ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 (

“University of Virginia” by Daniel Latorre ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“University of Virginia” by Phil Roeder ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“Exterior of Rosewell Plantation Gloucester County Virginia circa 1900” by Unknown (gloucestercounty.blogspot.com) is in the Public Domain

“Facade of ruins Rosewell Plantation Carter Creek Gloucester County Virginia” by Historic American Building Survey is in the Public Domain

“Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia” by Ken Lund ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 (

“Virginia State Capitol” by Jim Bowen ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“Swannanoa KSteele” by Colchicine ( is in the public domain

“Swannanoa – Stairs 20130914 153236 HDR” by Fopseh ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 (

“Cold Harbor battlefield” by Muhranoff ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 (

“Confederate Position, Cold Harbor, Richmond National Battlefield Park, Virginia” by Ken Lund ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 (

“Confederate Position, Cold Harbor, Richmond National Battlefield Park, Virginia” by Ken Lund ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 (

36 thoughts on “Haunted Places in Virginia”

  1. Im from Charlottesville, If you're into this kinda thing VA is great, my family has worked at moticello for years and I've heard weird story's

  2. I lived in Lousia, Virginia and there were ghost from both sides of the Battle of Trevilian Station they would come out always after 11pm in my home and in the area but never bothered me you should check that out

  3. Appomattox, VA. is another place that's very active….and don't miss Waynesboro's old metal factory ( I've caught many evp's & apporitions there).

  4. Ferry plantation is a few miles from the house. Me and my wife drove there late at night and I can tell y’all just by looking at it from a distance that it’s creepy AF

  5. Richmond, virginia, born, raised, and have lived here my entire life, love it, wondered if the state capitol building was gonna be on this list, glad it was, great list too, glad Crawford road made it as well

  6. I have a photo, in my iPhone, of what appeared to be a ghost of a dog or wolf on a trail at a local park not to far from the Manassas Battlefield.

  7. I would looove to visit the Mountain Country of Virginia! My Fiancé is from there! She said there is an incident in Rye Cover, when a school was taken by a twister and that In the area, you can hear the cries of the children in that area that were killed. You guys should investigate there and see what you can dig up! That's the reason I watched this video, because I thought I'd see that place.

  8. I've lived in Richmond, VA my whole life and not once, heard that building is haunted. But, it's this building on "cool lane" that closed down 10 or more years ago. It was the home of the elders. They shut it down because of the elders were being mistreated (I heard). I was in high school around this time. It use to be word on the streets, that building is big haunted. I mean ppl use to see figures in the window at night, noises at night when they walk pass. A group of us had suppose to went in there one Halloween. But a lot of ppl B'd out. So I would never know.

  9. Fall Hill, in Fredericksburg, was where I had my one extremely convincing experience of the presence of a ghost. I was visiting my then girlfriend who was living in the upper floor of Fall Hill. This was in 1972, and Fall Hill was owned by Mrs. Lynn W. Franklin, a very impressive woman. My girlfriend and I had gone to a local coffeehouse and enjoyed the singing of an African American woman who was touring the coffeehouses in Virginia. I don't recall her name, I'll just call her Olive. After her delightful performance, we invited Olive back to Fall Hill to drink tea and chat with us. Olive had quite a life, she hung out with the Merry Pranksters, knew Owsley, had been into Black Magic, then White Magic, Pentacostal Church, etc. We had been chatting with her for a while when suddenly she looked very shaken. "Are you all right?", we asked. She replied: "Do you know you have a ghost in this house?" We told her that we had heard the stories of Fall Hill having a resident ghost, but that we had never had any direct experience of said ghost. "Well, she is standing over by those steps. She is an American Indian, about 19 years old.", was Olive's reply. There is no way Olive could have known about Fall Hill's reputation of having a ghost. She was only in Fredericksburg for that one day's performance, and did not even know the name of the place where we were.

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