Sunday, September 11, 2011

Halloween Haunted House Tours and Ghostly Sightings - The Spirits of the Graffiti House




Scare yourself silly this Halloween with a 
spook-tacular evening 
at the Graffiti House in Culpeper.





Meet REAL ghosts of real soldiers who fought (and died) during the Battle of Brandy Station - the largest cavalry battle of the Civil War.





Saturday, October 29, 2011
4PM to 9PM
Adults $5 -  Children Free

Tickets available at the door.


Schedule of Events


4PM to 6PM - Psychic Readings 
Meet psychics Dawn Marshall and Rene Garcia.  
Hear what they have to say....and predict!



6:30 PM - Ghost Hunting 101
Join "3:33 AM" -  Paranormal Investigators as they take you on a ghost hunt.
Learn how to hunt ghosts and track spooky sightings!


7PM to 9PM - Ghost Stories Around the Camp Fire
Toast marshmallows and brace yourself for stories of ACTUAL ghost sightings in OUR OWN area as shared by the volunteers of the Graffiti House.
You'll never look at our old buildings the same way again!!!


8PM - The Paranormal Panel
Meet the crew of "The R.I.P. Files".
They make films that tell the about REAL ghosts - not the Hollywood kind.


Swap stories with guest investigators from "3:33AM Paranormal Investigations" - professional ghost hunters.
Wait till you hear what they've seen, heard..... and felt!


Listen to the ghostly sounds recorded right here at the Graffiti House!
We knew we had ghosts but WOW we have a lot.... and they have a lot to say !!!



Spooky Graffiti House Tours every half hour

Free Refreshments 



All proceeds of the spirited evening go to the preservation of the Graffiti House.

The Graffiti House is located at 19484 Brandy Road, Brandy Station, VA 22714


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The Graffiti House is a farm house that was used as a field hospital during the Battle of Brandy Station - the largest cavalry battle of the Civil War.

The walls of the house were scribbled with the charcoal from the hearth by both northern and southern soldier patients - depending on who occupied the area at the time.

Recently saved from the wrecking ball, this tiny vintage house is the restoration project of the Brandy Station Foundation.


For more information:
www.brandystationfoundation.com
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Brandy_Station 

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