The Chamberlin was once a historic hotel that welcomed the likes of George Washington. However, it has been renovated and is now a senior living facility. The top floor, according to rumor, is closed because of the many apparitions that freely roam there. One story about this building tells of a fire here at one time, which claimed the life of a teenage girl. She had been looking for her father, not realizing that he had already gotten safely out. Her ghost has been spotted near where she passed away on the seventh floor, banging on the walls or peering out the windows.
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- 2 Fenwick Road
Hampton, VA 23651
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- 37.0010968, -76.31310739999998
- Nearest Towns:
- Hampton, VA (2.7 mi.)
East Hampton, VA (2.7 mi.)
Newport News, VA (6.5 mi.)
Poquoson, VA (8.6 mi.)
York Haven Anchorage, VA (10.6 mi.)
Norfolk, VA (10.8 mi.)
Portsmouth, VA (11.5 mi.)
Chesapeake, VA (12.8 mi.)
Portsmouth Heights, VA (12.8 mi.)
Carrollton, VA (14.2 mi.)
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