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The Ferry Plantation House was built during the 1830s, but the history of the land can be traced back further to the 1600s when it served as a Ferry Service taking passengers to the Lynnhaven River. The building that now stands there has served many purposes including not only the plantation, but also a school, a post office and a courthouse. It is one of the most haunted places in Virginia with no less than eleven ghosts known to haunt the house and its grounds. One of the most well known spirits is a male ghost who is described as being very talkative and who appears fairly regularly. The guides also love to tell visitors all about The Witch of Pungo who was one of the only people convicted of witchcraft in Virginia. She is said to have been tried nearby and has been seen on the grounds.

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Originally posted 2018-01-12 18:35:54.