The Haunted Church Hill Tunnel In Virginia Has A Bone-Chilling History
Tunnels and superstition seem to go hand-in-hand. There are many people who feel a sense of foreboding when entering a tunnel. Perhaps it’s the absence of light or the feeling of being closed in. In the case of the Church Hill Tunnel, there seems to be something more sinister at work. Built in the 1870s as a Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Tunnel, this landmark has been associated with tragedy and ruin. Here’s more on the haunted Church Hill Tunnel, which still exists today but has been blocked off for safety reasons.
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Have you seen the Church Hill Tunnel in Richmond? What are your thoughts on this fascinating and tragic landmark in Virginia? Feel free to join in on the conversation by leaving a comment below.
A lifelong Virginia resident, Beth loves exploring different parts of the world and currently resides in Alexandria. She holds a degree in English Literature and one of her short stories has been featured in the Shenandoah Review. Other interests include hiking, songwriting, and spending time in the mountains.
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