Foscue Plantation House - Real Haunted Place
- 7509 US Highway 17
- Pollocksville, NC
The Foscue Plantation House is home to some of the most disturbing paranormal stories in all of North Carolina. Built on his father's land in 1824, Simon Foscue, Jr.'s enormous plantation was the source of both great prosperity and horrid crimes against humanity. Between himself, his son, and his son's eventual widow, they owned a combined 90 slaves over a 30-year-span. Supposedly, many of these slaves were chained in the attic, leading to reports that their cries and moans are still heard to this day.
Most shocking of all, however, is a legend related to the attic's staircase. Supposedly, the slaves' blood randomly appears on the stairs despite fresh coats of paint applied in vain cover-up attempts.
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