Major Graham Mansion

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The historic mansion is believed to be haunted by the spirits of folks from its past. Paranormalists have collected electric voice phenomna and seen apparitions. The property is reported to be open for history and ghost tours during some times of year, and is available for investigation by paranormalist groups for a fee.

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    2115 Major Grahams Rd
    Max Meadows, VA 24360
    United States

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    36.9153222159592, -80.87225702403884
    Wythe County, Virginia
    Nearest Towns:
    Fort Chiswell, VA (4.4 mi.)
    Max Meadows, VA (5.7 mi.)
    Ivanhoe, VA (7.4 mi.)
    Allisonia, VA (7.7 mi.)
    Draper, VA (9.3 mi.)
    Hiwassee, VA (9.5 mi.)
    Pulaski, VA (10.5 mi.)
    Wytheville, VA (12.0 mi.)
    Hillsville, VA (13.0 mi.)
    Woodlawn, VA (13.6 mi.)

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    1. I am a resident of Wytheville, I have always heard stories of Major Graham Mansion.I have had two seperate expierences here. When I was 17, my ex girlfriends mother liked to tell us ghost stories. She was telling us about Major Graham Mansion. We wanted to go see for ourselves. When we got there it was about 1:30 pm on a Sunday the sky was blue and had a few clouds. We stopped on the road to look at the mansion because at that time you were not allowed to go up there. We was there about 10 minutes and all of a sudden there was a black shadow in the top window. It moved from right to left then it came back left to right. A few seconds later we seen a woman on the second story balcony. You could see right through her, she had black hair and was wearing a dress. My ex girlfriend snapped a photo on her flip phone and which we can see her hair and a little of her torso. My second experience, I took a tour in August during the Graham’s fest jamboree. The mansion is beautiful, it needed work but you can sense something is there. I found what to me looked like old stained blood on the staircase. As the tour continued outoutside we went through the slave house, after that we was walking past the front part of the mansion. I seen a broken window and I put my face in the window. I could see my breath it was cold in that window. Mind you this is in August. I became very sick, I was dizzy and felt as if I was going to pass out. My family had to help me walk it off for about 15 minutes. I have never been back there. I was not a believer until both of those experiences. Now I believe in spirits.

    2. I have heard of similar experiences at the old cottage in Wytheville. Legend has it that a double murder unsolved in the 1800s left behind angry spirits that leave visitors with bruises and markings

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