TWA Flight 514 Crash Site

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Paranormal investigators were called to the forested area by passer-by’s who reported hearing screams and seeing glowing apparitions moving around the forest at the crash site. Visitors have reported weird activity associated with a large limestone rock located at the site, and people have reported been pushed by unseen entities.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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18715 Blue Ridge Mountain Rd
Bluemont, VA
United States

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39.0797327, -77.88170789999998
Clarke County, Virginia
Nearest Towns:
Shenandoah Retreat, VA (3.9 mi.)
Round Hill, VA (7.1 mi.)
Berryville, VA (7.3 mi.)
Boyce, VA (9.6 mi.)
Purcellville, VA (9.8 mi.)
Shannondale, WV (10.3 mi.)
Middleburg, VA (11.0 mi.)
Hillsboro, VA (11.8 mi.)
Hamilton, VA (12.3 mi.)
Shenandoah Farms, VA (12.4 mi.)


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  1. I lived on 601 for 6 years, the crash site was literally my front yard (the crash area was 900ft wide). In 6 years I never saw anything like what has been reported here.

  2. I have personally been to this crash site a year after the event. I saw the rock. I also found airplane insulation and a brown sock on a thorn bush about 2 feet high. But nothing unusual experienced.

  3. Katrina Blair  |  

    My husband’s brother, Jon Sheldon, was a sherrif for Loudon County Police and he lived in Round Hill. He was the first to arrived at the site when the plane crashed. It really affected him and i don’t know if he ever got over it.

  4. Derek Thompson  |  

    I was 9 years old when it happened and visited the site with my Father and his best friend; we were collecting electrical connectors from the wreckage the following weekend after the crash. There were a few things that stayed with me, including the smell, that was a weird mixture of kerosene, dirt, vegetation, and what I found out later was oxidizing iron from all the blood. There hasn’t been a week that I haven’t thought about it, my whole life. I used to fly a lot, but as I gotten older it’s become more difficult.

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