Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre - Bristow VA Real Haunts
Located on a 28 acre plot, the Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre is home to a historic preservation society. The plot has five historic buildings on it, as well as several archaeological sites. Among them are the 1822 Courthouse, an 1850 Jail, the 1853 Haislip-Hall House, Union Church, and the 1928 one-room Schoolhouse. Several of the buildings are said to be haunted, including the jail where the sounds of phantom voices have been heard and the courthouse where ghostly figures have been seen through the windows.
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