Bremo Historic District - Real Haunted Place
Bremo Historic District, also known as Bremo Plantation or simply Bremo, is a 1500 acre estate overlooking the James River. In addition a large plantation mansion, two small residences can be found on the grounds: Lower Bremo and Bremo Recess. John Hartwell Cocke had the larger of the two, Bremo Recess, built in 1812 for himself and his wife, Anne, but she died just four years later. Anne was buried at Recess and her ghost has been seen wandering the house ever since.
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