Virginia Quilt Museum

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This 1856 antebellum home was formerly known as the Warren-Sip House, and during the Civil War, it served as a hospital for wounded soldiers. Visitors to the current museum have reported sighting the apparition of a Confederate soldier on the second floor of the building.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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301 South Main Street
Harrisonburg, VA
United States

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38.4467349, -78.86929909999998
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  1. Saw a child apparition on the 2nd floor it said “mommy” then vanquished!Also recorded 3 class A EVP’s that gave intelligent responses to yes or no questions!

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