Monticello - Charlottesville VA Real Haunted Places
- 931 Thomas Jefferson Pkwy
- Charlottesville, VA
Monticello is the famed former home and primary plantation of Thomas Jefferson, and was largely designed by Jefferson himself. It is today open for tours and visitation, acting as a historic museum that offers a glimpse into American history and the life of its third president. Some say that Jefferson never left his beloved home, claiming to have seen his spirit still walking the grounds and whistling as he did when alive
Little girls in the sitting room
About 2 weeks ago my dad and I took a tour of Monticello. While we were in the entrance, the bulk of our group was filing into the room to the left, my dad says that he saw two little girls playing on the floor of the sitting room. He says that the girls looked to be about 4 and 6, with blonde hair and white period appropriate dresses. It wasn’t until we got to that room in the tour that my dad realized that the area they were playing in was roped off from the public.
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