Amelia Wildlife Management Area - Real Amelia Court House Haunt
The Amelia Wildlife Management Area comprises 175 acres of former farmland along the Appomattox River. It is open for visitation, fishing, hunting, and apparently hunting as well! Several apparitions have been reported in the reserve, most prominent among them a “charred lady” whose burned spirit roams all about the grounds. Several bodies of murder victims have allegedly been dumped at various spots within Amelia WMA; perhaps their restless souls are responsible for the hauntings.
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