America’s Most Haunted: The Peyton-Randolph House

As one of the most haunted places in Virginia, the Peyton-Randolph House has become a hotbed for paranormal activity caused by the many souls who died tragically within the walls of this historical home.

Established in 1639, Williamsburg, Virginia continues to welcome locals and tourists alike who enjoy visiting the former English colony to see history come to life. In Williamsburg, people can walk through the restored colonial district of the city to see reenactors dressed in 18th century clothing or take a tour of the original buildings dating back over 200 years. Yet within the walls of these historic locations, visitors claim that the city’s former residents continue to haunt from beyond the grave.

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