Shadows of Gray and Blue – Civil War Ghost Stories (candlelight walking tour) May 1862 marked the first pitched battle of the Peninsula Campaign. Nearly 41,000 Union soldiers and 32,000 Confederate soldiers were engaged, fighting an inconclusive battle that ended with the Confederates continuing their withdrawal towards Richmond, VA. The fighting at Williamsburg was as intense as any on the Peninsula and many soldiers lost their lives. Some soldiers and citizens engaged in this battle did not move on to their eternal resting place, but instead have continued to linger here between the living and the dead. Join us for a candlelight walking tour through the streets of Colonial Williamsburg and hear some of the legends of the tortured souls who still reside here.
Admission Fee: 10.00
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