as we travel back to the American Civil War for a haunted adventure.
Join us as we shall examine the historic aspect of the war and its
effect it had upon Staunton.
that continues to this very day. Because you see, Staunton is indeed
haunted. Some folks would actually say the town is very haunted.
directly related to the American Civil War.
It is certainly no wonder as Staunton was a focal point and objective
of the Union army from the start of the war because of the town's
direct link to Richmond via the Virginia Central Railroad.
Grant, David Hunter, Jubal Early, John Bell Hood and Pierre
Beauregard all made appearances here in the Queen City.
Some several times during the war such as Lee and Jackson.
Building, Staunton Depot Station and the American Hotel.
Beck's Saloon, D. C. McLewery - wrong place wrong time, Haunts
of the Selma Mansion, Suicide of Henderson Coe.
This will included a visit INSIDE the American Hotel. The American
Hotel served as a receiving hospital during the war from 1862 until
1865. The hotel was no stranger to death and sickness.
as numerous paranormal investigations has occurred
here over the years.
Civil War Hospital !
children may easily frighten, particularly inside the hotel.
tours such as Mary Baldwin University on our Haunted
History Tour and the Glo Fiber Building on our
Dark Tales and Haunts Tours.
Admissions Building 101 W. Frederick Street and ends at the
American Hotel/Depot Station 125 South Augusta Street)
(35 South New Street) It is free on the weekends.
out of the year. It is a rare opportunity to visit and
experience this paranormal gem in the heart of
Veterans $18, Active Military $19, Children 8- 12 is $17
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