Foscue Plantation House

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Foscue Plantation House was constructed in 1824 and is said to be haunted by the ghosts of slaves from the 1800s. According to reports, slaves were chained in the attic and their cries and moans are said to ring out at night. A legend about the staircase says that slaves’ blood appears on the stairs no matter how many times they are repainted.

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7509 U.S. 17
Pollocksville, NC 28573
United States

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35.039685, -77.209002
Jones County, North Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Pollocksville, NC (2.4 mi.)
River Bend, NC (4.1 mi.)
Brices Creek, NC (7.0 mi.)
Trent Woods, NC (7.5 mi.)
Trenton, NC (8.3 mi.)
Maysville, NC (9.4 mi.)
James City, NC (10.4 mi.)
New Bern, NC (10.5 mi.)
Cove City, NC (12.0 mi.)
Bridgeton, NC (12.1 mi.)

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  1. Was there pulled over but it was closed walked up anyway heard sounds of chains dragging thought it was the wind at first but it wasn’t windy

  2. I ride by this house once a week & always get a uneasy feeling. I love historical homes but I have no desire to explore this one. Not sure what it is but this house creeps me out!

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