I recently visited "Graffiti House" located in the town of Brandy Station, Virginia. The house got it's name from graffiti signatures of wounded Civil War soldiers (both Confederate and Union) who were hospitalized there. The signatures of the soldiers are well preserved on the walls throughout the house. Soldiers from both sides were respectful of each other and did not destroy or write over signatures left by soldiers from the opposing side. The house is reportedly haunted. Those on tour have experienced being touched and pushed by something that could not been seen. Paranormal groups have conducted paranormal investigations here and have captured evidence of paranormal activity.
The Graffiti House is open for tours and is definitely worth a visit. For more information visit: www.brandystationfoundation.com
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