Haunted Richmond II

Overview

Return once more to haunted Richmond, where no building is safe from supernatural happenings. Visit Stories Comics, which holds more than just comics within its walls. Step back in time at Henricus Historical Park where you'll be welcomed by dead colonists, Civil War soldiers, and other haunts. Discover that not only is the Richmond Vampire out for your blood, but the Werewolf of Henrico waits for you beneath the full moon. It seems that the War Between the States is still being fought between ghostly Confederate...

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Overview

Return once more to haunted Richmond, where no building is safe from supernatural happenings. Visit Stories Comics, which holds more than just comics within its walls. Step back in time at Henricus Historical Park where you'll be welcomed by dead colonists, Civil War soldiers, and other haunts. Discover that not only is the Richmond Vampire out for your blood, but the Werewolf of Henrico waits for you beneath the full moon. It seems that the War Between the States is still being fought between ghostly Confederate and Union soldiers at Cold Harbor, Sailor's Creek, Parker's Battery, and Petersburg Battlefield. All this... plus a sea serpent, a lost city, ghostly cats, Bigfoot, a UFO, and haunted churches, parks, and colleges. So be sure to plan your visit now to a very paranormal Richmond. The dead don't stay dead in this town!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764339646
  • Publisher: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 8/28/2012
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 1,393,811
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Pamela K. Kinney is an author of horror, science fiction, fantasy, poetry, and three nonfiction paranormal books, Haunted Richmond, Virginia; Haunted Virginia: Legends, Myths, and True Tales; and Virginia's Haunted Historic Triangle.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 8

Section 1 Richmond Area Haunts

Stories Comics 9

Agecroft Hall 17

Virginia House 19

Wilton House Museum 21

Byrd Theater 23

The Old Stone House 26

St. John's Church 30

Spirit at Bellevue Elementary School 32

Ghost of Ellen Glasgow 35

Chimborazo Medical Museum 37

Ghosts of Belle Isle 40

Eerie Nights Ghost Tour 45

Linden Row Inn 50

Jefferson Hotel 52

Byrd Park Pump House 54

Hollywood Cemetery 59

Evergreen Cemetery 62

Sailor's Creek Battlefield 65

Other Haunted Places & Legends of Richmond 68

Section 2 Haunted Henrico County

Tuckahoe Plantation 74

Confederate Soldiers Haunt Apartments 79

Whichello 80

Section 3 Ghosts of Hanover County and Ashland

Polegreen Church 82

Ray Rucker's House 85

Cold Harbor Battlefield 87

Fork Church 92

Randolph-Macon College 93

Section 4 Paranormal Chesterfield County

Haunted Henricus 95

Mid-Lothian Mines Park 115

The Psychic Horse 119

Parker's Battery 121

The River Road House 123

Chesterfield's Ghosts, Legends… & UFO? 127

Section 5 Ghosts of Petersburg and the Tri-Cities

Weston Plantation 134

Dodson's Tavern 138

Blandford Church and Cemetery 140

The Tombstone House 143

Trapezium House 145

Petersburg Battlefield 147

Poplar National Cemetery 151

Section 6 Creatures on the Loose?

Was a Big Cat Seen in Richmond? 154

Werewolf of Henrico 156

Sea Serpent in the Appomattox River 158

Sasquatch in Richmond 159

Ghost Cat 161

Section 7 Not So Paranormal Legends

Bowman's Body 163

Sailor Bob 166

Legendary Santa Does Exist! 167

Sergeant Santa 169

Conclusion 170

Bibliography 171

Index 172

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2012

    The dead don't stay dead in Richmond. And it seems the ghosts an

    The dead don't stay dead in Richmond. And it seems the ghosts and monsters make sure that Richmond may be the new tourist spot for the paranormal. With 199 black and white pictures to look at and many great stories form history to the legends to even those modern stories told by those interviewed and even by the author herself, plus investigations led at night and even daytime into these places from a local comic store to the second English settlement on the East Coast after Jamestown, you won't be bored. Just be sure to keep the lights on!

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