King George, VA is home to one of the most haunted places in the state, Belle Grove Plantation Bed and Breakfast. Come Explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
Originally the home of Revolutionary War Major Isaac Hite Jr., the Belle Grove Plantation was used as the headquarters of General Philip Henry Sheridan during the Civil War battle of Cedar Creek. With all of its military history, it is no surprise that the plantation is haunted.
A mix of of ghostly sightings have been reported at Belle Grove Plantation Bed and Breakfast over the years.
There is the Lady in White. The Lady in White, which was the first documented sighting was in September 2012. First seen on the carriage side of the upstairs balcony, you can see her long, flowing white gown and long black hair. Is she waiting for someone to return? She is sometimes seen late at night at the Madison Suite and during midday at the Turner Suite window. At times, in the late evening you may find get a peek of her at the white entry post. Fair warning she appears to favor the gentlemen than the ladies.
Then there's Jacob, a fun ans sweet spirit of a young boy, making his presence known by playing with a ball, moving items, playing with trays of coffee cups and turning on electrical appliances like televisions.
Another shadowy figure haunts the uppermost room of the building. She stands in a black dress with a veil over her head. No one knows who she is.
There is so much more to tell about this amazing property. Not to be dismissed are the spirit cats, the civil war soldiers, plantation slaves and even members of the original owners, the Hooker Family
This property was featured in the 2018's "World's Largest Ghost Hunt" as investigated by Argos Paranormal.
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