Bellamy Mansion

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Bellamy Mansion is believed to be haunted by members of the Bellamy family and their servants. Investigators have recorded several EVPs and witnessed slamming doors.

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Geographic Information

Address:
503 Market Street
Wilmington, NC 28401
United States

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GPS:
34.236141, -77.942992
County:
New Hanover County, North Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Wilmington, NC (0.7 mi.)
Belville, NC (1.4 mi.)
Hightsville, NC (2.4 mi.)
Wrightsboro, NC (3.8 mi.)
Navassa, NC (3.9 mi.)
Kings Grant, NC (4.9 mi.)
Kings Grant, NC (5.1 mi.)
Seagate, NC (6.0 mi.)
Leland, NC (6.0 mi.)
Silver Lake, NC (6.3 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.bellamymansion.org/

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  1. I used to be a tour guide for the Bellamy Mansion. One day, it was one of my first few days giving tours alone and I went inside the house to practice what to say during the tour. I started on the second floor and headed to the first floor. While I was in the parlor, walking into what used to be the library/Dr. Bellamy’s office, I heard footsteps walking down the hallway upstairs. They were slow and heavy. I was the only person in the house! Many visitors and employees of the mansion have also heard footsteps along with slamming doors.

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