Supernatural Encounters at Bacon’s Castle
Saturday, April 9, 2016 to
Bacon’s Castle, Bacon’s Castle Trail, Surry, VA
$42.00 per person limited tickets available
This is a rare opportunity to Come along with Spirited History to explore and uncover the many haunting tales that surround Bacon’s Castle.
During the event, participants will be investigating right along with seasoned Spirited History investigators utilizing information documenting Bacon’s Rebellion, Hankins family letters, poetry, and period music, in order to trigger a paranormal response from the many spirits that may still linger at this historic location.
In addition, participants will be participating in EVP sessions, a ghost box session, dowsing sessions, the use of a Mel-Meter, the use of a K-2 meter and EMF detector. Psychic Medium David Allen Brown will be on hand to connect with the many spirits at the site
Spirited History will be sharing the paranormal activity their investigative group has documented at Bacon’s Castle which includes: EVPs, personal supernatural encounters, ghost box responses, dowsing responses, and equipment responses, and eerie photo anomalies.
This is a rare opportunity to have access to this location for a paranormal investigation. Get your tickets early as they are only a limited number available.
$42.00 per person limited tickets available
A Little History
Built in 1665, the house was home to a prosperous planter, Arthur Allen. The house passed to Major Arthur Allen at his father’s death. A supporter of the colonial governor and member of the House of Burgesses, Allen was driven from his house in 1676 when Nathaniel Bacon and men staged what came to be known as Bacon’s Rebellion.
The house had many owners throughout the eighteenth century. John Henry Hankins purchased the Castle in 1844 and later built a Greek Revival addition. This was the home to the Hankins family during the Civil War and was visited by well known poet Sidney Lanier.
Later in 1880, Charles Warren purchased the house. His grandson, Walker Pegram Warren lived in the house until his death in 1972. Through a purchase agreement, the APVA bought the house and began a research and restoration effort. The APVA opened Bacon’s Castle in 1983 to the public.
Supernatural accounts reported over the years includes a mysterious fireball that is said to appear, circle the cemetery, go into the house down one of the chimneys. Also, people have reported being touched by ghostly hands. Full body apparitions have been seen both inside the house and on the grounds. The teleportation of objects has been reported as well as phantom voices being heard when the site is closed, these are just a few of the supernatural accounts that have been reported at this incredibly historic location.
Be sure to bring your flashlights, cameras and recorders.
Please wear soft soled shoes.
Proceeds from the nights event are donated to Preservation Virginia.
Love is in the Air at Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown
Spirited History Presents “Tokens of Love”
Join LeeAnne Ball, Historian and founder of Spirited History, as she explores the fascinating history and symbolism that surrounds love tokens.
Photos from Mrs. Balls collection will be shown during the lecture as well as pieces from her personal collection that date back to the 15th century. Each participant will have their own opportunity to make their own love token to keep or share with someone special. Included in the event is a brief paranormal tour and audio session. During this session poetry and music will be utilized in hopes of connecting with the historic spirits at Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown.
Friday February 12th 2016 7pm – 10:30pm
Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown
16120 Chiswell Ln, Beaverdam, VA 23015
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Paranormal Investigation and it’s at The Grange
Spirited History Presents:
Supernatural Encounters at Patrick Henrys Scotchtown
April 18th 2015 7PM – 10:30PM
Come along with Spirited History as you explore and uncover the many haunting tales that surround Patrick Henry‘s Scotchtown. This is a rare opportunity to have access to the interior, including the attic and basement, in order to conduct a paranormal investigation. Be sure to get you tickets early as there are only a limited number available.
Participants will be joining in right along with seasoned paranormal investigators in conducting EVP sessions, ghost box session, dowsing sessions, as well as using Mel-Meters, K-2 meters and EMF detectors during the nights event. Reports of paranormal activity at Scotchtown over the years include the following: sightings of full body apparitions of both a woman and a young boy, disembodied voices, objects and furniture moved by unseen hands. Spirited History will share the paranormal experiences that team members and event participants have encountered during their investigations at this historic location. These experiences include: Recorded EVPS, shadow entities, flash light responses, K-2 activity, battery drain, disembodied voices and much more. Scotchtown is best known as the home of Patrick Henry during the tumultuous years leading up to the American Revolution. It was at Scotchtown that he formulated the ideas of his famous “Liberty or Death” speech and it was from this house that he rode to St. John’s Church in Richmond on March 23, 1775 to deliver it. Please bring your flashlights, digital recorders, cameras, and wear soft soled shoes. Proceeds from the nights event are donated to Preservation Virginia Address: Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown 16120 Chiswell Lane, Beaverdam, VA Price: $27.00 per person