This colonial and plantation era house is said to be home to 11 ghosts, including Henry, a former slave; Sally Rebecca Walke, who mourns the loss of her soldier lover; former resident and painter Thomas Williamson; a Lady in White who is said to have fallen down the stairs in 1826; and victims of an 1810 shipwreck at the ferry landing. Visitors here have reported apparitions, unexplained sounds, and other paranormal phenomena. Ghost tours are available.
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- 4136 Cheswick Lane
Virginia Beach, Virginia
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- 36.86254935940199, -76.11800146627047
- Nearest Towns:
- Virginia Beach, VA (7.8 mi.)
Chesapeake, VA (9.2 mi.)
Norfolk, VA (9.3 mi.)
Portsmouth, VA (10.1 mi.)
Portsmouth Heights, VA (14.2 mi.)
East Hampton, VA (16.9 mi.)
Hampton, VA (17.1 mi.)
Newport News, VA (18.9 mi.)
Poquoson, VA (21.9 mi.)
Moyock, NC (23.6 mi.)
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