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Join Transcend Paranormal, Haunts of Richmond, and Henricus Historical Park for a once-in-a-lifetime evening of fundraising and investigating, as we go on Paranormal Lockdown at Henricus Fort.

All Proceeds of this event will go directly to Scares That Care! and Henricus Historical Park!

Scares That Care! is a 100% Volunteer NonProfit Organization that focuses on fighting the REAL monsters of the world – childhood illness, burns, and breast cancer, by helping families that are experiencing these extraordinary hardships cope with the financial burden by raising funds and sponsoring a family in need.

The evening will start with Ghost Tours of the Henricus Historical Fort. Guides will navigate you and your group to different locations at Henricus that paranormal teams, guests, and staff have experienced paranormal activity. There, we will recount those tales – and you may even yourself experience some of the paranormal on-goings on-site! This is an approximately 1 hour tour.

Next, join Transcend Paranormal, Haunts of Richmond, Henricus Historical Park, and many more as we get the evening into full-gear. That’s right – this opportunity was too great to not let our friends get in on the fun. We’ve partnered up with the best investigators in the field around for this evening. Not only will you get to meet the teams, check out their gear, and maybe even buy some of their swag, but you’ll be investigating with them as well!

The following groups, teams, and all around great folks will be joining us for this Paranormal Lockdown:
CPRI: The Center for Paranormal Research and Investigation
Twisted Paranormal Society & The Twisted Realm
Dennis Estlock
RVA Paranormal
RED VEIN Haunted House

More information to come! Let us know you are coming on Facebook.

Join Preservation Virginia, Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown, Transcend Paranormal, and RVA Paranormal for a once-in-a-lifetime evening of investigating.

For the first time ever, go on Paranormal Lockdown at Scotchtown. Spend the entire evening on the grounds and in the building. Find out for yourself what lurks in the dark, long after the last guests leave for the night…

For those staying the evening, it is suggested you bring any necessary supplies you may need (sleeping bag, air mattress, etc.). We will be sleeping in Scotchtown on the Main Floor in designated areas. Refreshments will be provided throughout the evening and a Continental Breakfast will be served.

For those wishing to not investigate all evening, there will be a 3-hour investigation portion of this event as well. Attendance will be extremely limited for the Overnight portion of the investigation!

All Experience Levels Welcome! If you have your own equipment, bring it! If not, we will have numerous investigators on-site that will work with you with their equipment!

This is a Fundraising event! All proceeds directly benefit Preservation Virginia for their continued work, upkeep, and educational programming of Scotchtown!

More information to come and tickets will become available soon.

Let us know you are coming on Facebook!

Watch Live!

Join Transcend Paranormal as we go live with RVA Paranormal for their first Live Stream April 9th at 8:00 PM EST. We will be discussing our recent investigation at Patrick Henrys’ Scotchtown inn and Hanover Tavern and the evidence we captured as well as upcoming events and recent paranormal articles in the news.

We will also announce a new event that RVA Paranormal and Transcend Paranormal will be hosting this summer! You will not want to miss this!

Tonights’ Stream will feature:
Host: Jon Harris of RVA Paranormal
Co-Host: Steve Dills of Transcend Paranormal

It is with great excitement that we are finally able to share with you all a project we have been working on! This coming weekend, Transcend Paranormal will go on a little road-trip up to Washington D.C. There, we will work with Dr Sharon Pajka’s Dark Tourism class for their final project of the semester; performing a paranormal investigation. Built in 1869, the house they have chosen to focus on consists of 35 rooms and was used as not only a residence, but designed to be a center for social life.

We are very honored to work with the students, and look forward to seeing you this weekend!

Keep an eye on the Transcend Paranormal page for updates! You’ll see some of our friends coming along to assist, receive updates, and watch the Transcend Road Trip shenanigans unravel! DC – we’ll see you soon!

Join Transcend Paranormal and RVA Paranormal as we delve into the paranormal once more at two beautiful historic locations. For only the second time ever, we are once again pairing up with Preservation Virginia, Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown, and the Hanover Tavern to investigate Scotchtown and Hanover Tavern – all in one evening!

We’ll be investigating a total of 6 buildings this event. You don’t want to miss this!

Get your tickets today!

While you’re at it, let us know you are coming on Facebook!

Did you miss the amazing lecture John G Sabol Jr. gave at our most recent investigation and Ghost Excavation at Hanover Tavern with our good friends CPRI: The Center for Paranormal Research and Investigation? Fret not! John was kind enough to post all of his lecture notes online! This was a fantastic and thought-provoking lecture that we highly suggest you give a read!

Read the entire lecture here!

In case you missed the Reveal this past month, we have uploaded it to Youtube for everyone to see! Check out the video below!


Looking to get into the paranormal? Join us for one of our outings! We’ve got a number of Ghost Walks/Tours, Investigations, and more lined up this Fall!

Check out our calendar, and hope to see you soon!



This past weekend, Transcend Paranormal had the privilege of being the first team to investigate the Hanover Arts & Activities Center located in Ashland, Virginia. Built in 1850, this building was home to the First Baptist Church of Ashland. For 104 years, the building was utilized as a community church. The only exception is during the Civil War, when it served as a hospital. Many Confederate soldiers passed away in this building at that time, with rumor that blood still stains the original flooring – hidden from sight by a newer flooring placed above the original.

In 1969, the building was converted into a community center, serving Ashland and Hanover as the Hanover Arts and Activities Center. This Non-Profit focuses on the arts, education, and activities to engage the community. This location plays hosts to many weddings, theatrical performances, and even offers rental studio and meeting spaces for artists, musicians, and community groups. Check out their website for more information!

Our investigation of the building was very active! Preliminary review of our audio have found a number of EVP’s already, including some anomalous behavior recorded on our DVRs. We are very excited to be pairing up with the folks at this location, and even more excited to bring you along with us! That’s right – early next year, we will be hosting a public investigation of the Hanover Arts and Activities Center! Check back here later this year for dates, times, and to snag your tickets!

Yes, you read that right! For the first time ever, we will be having a joint investigation between Scotchtown and Hanover Tavern. Two amazing locations in one night.

Join us as we investigate 8 locations spanning across the Scotchtown and Hanover Tavern properties. All of these buildings and areas are tied in history – from Patrick Henry’s family, the Shelton family, and more.

You won’t want to miss this investigation! For more information and tickets, check the Event Page on Facebook.


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