The Chamberlin - Real Hampton Haunt
The Chamberlin Hotel was built in 1927, replacing the nearby Hygeia hotel which was active in the 1800s before being torn down, rebuilt, and then destroyed by a fire in 1920. Today The Chamberlin is an active retirement community scenically located on the Chesapeake Bay, but rumor has it not all residents are still among the living. Rumor has it that the top floor is closed due to frequent sightings of apparitions, and that a teenage girl who died in a fire haunts a spot on the seventh floor near where she died. Her spirit has been seen peering out the windows and banging on the walls.
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Beautiful creepy place. I lived at Fort Monroe and had many experiences there as well.Posted 11/10/15
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