Deep Creek Vintage

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The former plantation manor housing the store was built about 1750 and enlarged until the 1860s. Its ghosts, of which there are many, have been heard and seen.

Typical activity includes footsteps, knocking, soft voices and singing, and people (especially women with long hair) being touched. More rarely, objects move and full bodied apparitions have been observed. Nothing dangerously negative has been reported, though teenage males occasionally report feeling extremely uncomfortable in one upstairs room. Some ghosts there appreciate the effort made by investigators to encounter them, and will attempt to interact with investigators by knocking back to knocks made on walls and by giving direct answers to direct questions during EVP sessions. In this way, the names of several ghosts have been recorded: Tuck was a servant; Barbara was a cook; Grace may have been mistress of the house at one point; there is also a spirit named Susan; several female ghosts have mentioned a man named Rev. Edward Crawford whose connection to the families that lived in the house is unclear, but turned out to be an actual historic character from 18th century Virginia.

The proprietor and staff are friendly and approachable, but prohibit any ghost hunting activity during business hours as it “spooks” the antique store’s regular customers.

They do offer a ghost hunting tour during the last weekend of each month, during which guests are encouraged to bring their own ghost hunting equipment. The tour includes a formal 15 minute EVP session, and the recorded audio is immediately reviewed with guests.

(Submitted by Patrick B)

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Geographic Information

Address:
9110 Jefferson Davis Highway
Fredericksburg, VA
United States

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GPS:
38.20798417887323, -77.50856745249621
County:
Spotsylvania County, Virginia
Nearest Towns:
Spotsylvania Courthouse, VA (4.4 mi.)
Spotsylvania, VA (4.4 mi.)
Fredericksburg, VA (7.1 mi.)
Falmouth, VA (8.3 mi.)
Passapatanzy, VA (12.2 mi.)
Bowling Green, VA (14.0 mi.)
Stafford, VA (15.8 mi.)
Fairview Beach, VA (16.5 mi.)
Port Royal, VA (17.4 mi.)
King George, VA (18.1 mi.)

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