Colonial Williamsburg Ghost Tour Blog

Westover Plantation

Westover Plantation

Posted on August 9, 2021

Although there is some discrepancy as to exactly when the Westover Plantation house was built and by whom, one thing for sure is the Westover Plantation ghosts that roam the property. Ph... Read More

A Witch Bottle (not the one from Williamsburg)

The Civil War Witch Bottle

Posted on June 21, 2021

Things are not always what they seem. When archeologists discovered a blue glass bottle in the median of 1-64 in Virginia, they weren’t expecting to find it had nails inside. They also weren’t exp... Read More

Tale of Helltown

Tale of Helltown

Posted on April 2, 2021

Tale of Helltown, Ohio  Helltown, its name perfectly fitting its legend, known for murderous Satanists and toxic chemical spills. Nestled in The Cuyahoga Valley in Ohio, there sits an eerie,... Read More

The cemetery at the Jamestown Church

The Mother-in-Law Tree of Jamestown Island, VA

Posted on March 6, 2021

The Mother-in-Law Tree of Jamestown Island, VA  Jamestown Island is off Glasshouse Point, along the Colonial Parkway. It’s home to Historic Jamestown and the Jamestown Memorial Church. It... Read More

The Wren Building

The Haunted History of The College of William & Mary

Posted on March 6, 2021

The Haunted History of The College of William & Mary   The College of William  & Mary is the second oldest higher education school in the country after Harvard University. The scho... Read More

A dig site at Jamestown

Cannibalism at Jamestown, VA

Posted on March 6, 2021

Cannibalism at Jamestown, VA   Jamestown was the first permanent English colony in North America, and it seemed to have been cursed. A few short years after settling up a Fort along the Jam... Read More

A vertical stone marker with Grace Sherwood information

Grace Sherwood, the Witch of Pungo

Posted on February 1, 2021

Grace Sherwood, the Witch of Pungo  Grace Sherwood was the last convicted witch in Virginia, and the only one who was convicted using the method known as “ducking.” She was said to have ... Read More

A house sits in a foggy forest

Old House Woods

Posted on February 1, 2021

The Insane Stories from the Old House Woods, Mathews, VA  In Mathews County of Virginia, off the coast of Gloucester, is the small, unassuming town of Diggs. It’s a cozy little place, surr... Read More

A night picture showing a bright light in the distance

The Mysterious Cohoke Light in West Point, VA

Posted on February 1, 2021

The Mysterious Cohoke Light of West Point, VA  Situated in King William County between West Point and Danville is what used to be the Southern Railroad line. Off of Mt. Olive Cohoke Road is ... Read More

A shipwreck

The Lost Souls of The Bermuda Triangle

Posted on October 7, 2020

The Bermuda Triangle: A Legend Unsolved    The Bermuda Triangle remains one of our ocean’s most infamous and unsolved mysteries. Throughout the centuries researchers have attempted t... Read More