Traversing a necropolis’ winding paths can be an unnerving experience, especially when the light begins to fade and fog rises among the crooked tombstones. Is that a mournful figure in the distance, or are you alone? For many Virginians, cemeteries are a place to visit loved ones long past, but an adventurous few hope to encounter something otherworldly.
The Commonwealth of Virginia has been called the birthplace of presidents, with storied history around every corner. But with this history comes specters of the past, specters that creep and groan from every shady crevice. Only the limits of your imagination can protect you from the phantasmal horrors at the creepiest places in Virginia.
Hidden away down tree-shaded lanes, stately manors remind passersby of a bygone era when parasol ladies in bright dresses strolled past enslaved workers tilling the fields. Today they are historic sites, museums, or private homes, but something from the past remains. Perhaps you can catch a glimpse of a smokey figure at one of these most haunted plantations in Virginia.
Join us for a conversation with Tom Leveille, a Richmond, Virginia resident with a passion for archeology & Mid-Atlantic history. He posts his discoveries and excavations on social media at VirginiaBottles.
When two friends visit Petersburg, Virginia to take in the historic sights and nightlife, they never expected to become embroiled in a battle with nocturnal forces. Will a mysterious young woman lead them on the path to heroism or damnation? Story by M.A. Kleen and read by Jason Sullivan.
Join us for an interview with Pamela K. Kinney, an award winning published author of horror, science fiction, fantasy, poetry, and a ghost wrangler of nonfiction ghost books published by Schiffer Publishing.
A mean-spirited prank goes awry when little Humpy Andrews gets help from some otherworldly interlopers in ‘The Incident at Belle Isle’.
The Cork Street Tavern in Winchester, Virginia has a long and colorful history that many believe contributes to […]
Spectral evidence of past trauma and death lingers at Belle Grove Plantation. Its 225-year-old stone manor looks out […]
The University of Virginia is steeped in history and traditions, some of which are downright macabre. What strange […]