The Ghosts of Colonial Williamsburg

The Ghosts of Colonial Williamsburg

by: janeeliz01

How well do you know Colonial Williamsburg's guest ghosts? Take our quiz and read more about the haunted community.

  1. 1

    The Reverend Dr. W. A. R. Goodwin, the clergyman usually given credit for the idea of Colonial Williamsburg, believed the best time to wait for ghosts at his Wythe House office was:

  2. 2

    In the Ludwell-Paradise House, occupants have reported hearing the sound of (what?) throughout the house. This is thought to be sign of the ghost of cleanliness-obsessed Lucy Ludwell.

  3. 3

    People have detected a strong aroma of (what?) at the Wythe House, indicating the presence of a ghost.

  4. 4

    At the Peyton-Randolph House, probably one of the two most haunted houses in Williamsburg along with the Wythe House, visitors have reported seeing ghostly figures in (where?)

  5. 5

    Employees at Shields Tavern have reported, on several occasions, seeing the ghost of a woman wearing:

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