Tuckahoe Plantation - Real Richmond Haunt
Built in 1733 by Thomas Randolph and his son William, the Tuckahoe Plantation is presently open for tours and can be booked for private events. The plantation house is said to be haunted by the ghost of a woman who was forced to marry against her will. She died of a broken heart while living in the home, and her spirit can now be seen walking both the building and then plantation grounds.
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