This was the site of a old house built in the mid to early 19th century. The house has been gone and the site of the house is now home to a United States post office. However, the house back in the mid 1800s owned 125 acres that today is home to a shopping center, apartments the post office and new town homes (currently under construction). The location of paranormal activity seems to focus in the field behind the post office which would have been the rear yard when the house stood. A black apparition that has a masculine physique that when seen seems to look at you and then turns into an orb of greenish brownish light that glides off into the woods that are at the back of the field. The property is zoned commercial and is private property so please get permission if one wants to investigate. The location is right off of Hanover Crossing Dr literally behind the post office on route 301. Not much history can be found on the internet to know just who lived on the property or if there is by chance a unmarked cemetery.
(Submitted by Cory)
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- Hanover Crossing Dr
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- 37.65991895045585, -77.38207107773633
- Hanover County, Virginia
- Nearest Towns:
- Chamberlayne, VA (3.4 mi.)
Mechanicsville, VA (3.6 mi.)
East Highland Park, VA (5.6 mi.)
Lakeside, VA (6.3 mi.)
Laurel Park, VA (6.5 mi.)
Glen Allen, VA (6.8 mi.)
Laurel, VA (7.0 mi.)
Dumbarton, VA (7.1 mi.)
Hanover, VA (7.4 mi.)
Highland Springs, VA (8.4 mi.)
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