Adam Thoroughgood House - Real Virginia Beach Haunt
Adam Thoroughgood came to Virginia in 1621 as an indentured servant and, 15 years later, was granted a land parcel. The house which bears his name was once thought to have been built by him on that parcel, but recent archaeological examinations revealed it was most likely built by one of his grandsons around 1720. Nonetheless, the house still stands and, following a 1957 renovation, has become a museum open to the public. Employees of the museum have reported seeing the apparition of a red-haired woman in Colonial-style clothing; she has been spotted at multiple locations on site and has worn several different dresses.
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