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Transcend Paranormal: Haunted Henricus Lockdown 2012

In May of 1611, Sir Thomas Dale founded the Citie of Henricus as an alternative to the dangerous Jamestown colony. This was the second successful English city in the New World. Prospering for a time, the Citie of Henricus was later destroyed in March 22, 1622 by Opechancanough in the Indian Massacre of 1622. Attempts were made to re-build, but by May of 1625, only 22 people remained in the Citie of Henricus. This area was later sold to William Farrar, Sr., and henceforth became known as “Farrar’s Island”. Farrar’s Island has played many important roles in history, including pivotal roles in the Revolutionary and Civil Wars.

Join Transcend Paranormal as we investigate Henricus Historical Park two days after the 390th Anniversary of the Indian Massacre of 1622 on March 24, 8:30PM to March 25, 9:30AM. We will be locked into the Henricus Historical Park for the evening, so please ensure you bring any necessary supplies (sleeping bag, air mattress, etc). We will be sleeping in the Ordinary on the 2nd floor. Light snacks and bottled water will be provided.

Attendance is limited to 20-25 people – first come, first serve. A brief itinerary of the evening will be e-mailed out when we get closer to the date. Arrival and departure times may change slightly per Henricus Staff. No individuals under the age of 15. Individuals under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a guardian for the entirety of the evening.

Henricus is located at 251 Henricus Park Rd Chester, VA 23836. Click Here to view their website.

Transcend Paranormal has investigated Henricus Historical Park many times. Some of our evidence includes:

  • Many EVPs

From the Administration Building (Whistling and whisper):

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From the Planters House (Humming):

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From the Ordinary (Native American Language we believe) (Credit to Ghost Eyes):

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