Wilderness Road Regional Museum

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Wilderness Road Regional Museum is said to be haunted by an apparition of a young woman who walks the ground or stands in the window. The lights are known to flicker here as well.

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5240 Wilderness Rd
Dublin, VA 24084
United States

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37.073258690572125, -80.69110286229261
Pulaski County, Virginia
Nearest Towns:
Dublin, VA (2.3 mi.)
Pulaski, VA (5.2 mi.)
Draper, VA (5.6 mi.)
New River, VA (6.9 mi.)
Hiwassee, VA (7.3 mi.)
Radford, VA (7.5 mi.)
Snowville, VA (7.7 mi.)
Fairlawn, VA (8.1 mi.)
Belspring, VA (9.3 mi.)
Allisonia, VA (9.6 mi.)

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  1. Marie AbdelWahed  |  

    A few years ago lived at a house at 801Valley Street Pulaski, and out my bedroom window I heard a basketball bouncing on the street. Yet when I looked out my window there was no one outside, but I could still hear the ball bouncing.

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