The Chesterfield Historical Society

 of VirginiaGhost

A Paranormal Ghost Hunt

Paranormal Event PosterMagnolia Grange, located in Chesterfield, Virginia, is Chesterfield County's finest Federal style plantation home. Many of the owners and occupants of Magnolia Grange have held public office and were instrumental in dictating the county's political development. The name Magnolia Grange derives from a circle of magnolia trees and formal boxwood gardens that once graced the lawn, destroyed after the Civil War to cultivate further farmland.


The house was built by William Winfree in 1822 and stayed in the family until 1845. Winfree was descended from an early Chesterfield County family. After the house passed out of the Winfree family, it was sold to a succession of owners.  Several of Magnolia's owners faced financial difficulties and had to sell the property soon after buying it. The house retains virtually all of its ornate woodwork; most significant are elaborate ceiling medallions and the Federal mantels with slender Ionic columns supporting an embellished entablature and deeply molded cornice.


Flumeri Promotions is honored to host a public ghost hunting event at Magnolia Grange on September 18th! The event starts at 7 PM!  Come investigate Magnolia Grange with RTL PARANORMAL and our guest investigator for the evening......Mustafa Gatollari from the television show Ghost Hunters!   Click on poster for a larger view!


Anyone interested in registering for this event should contact Gina Love by emailing her directly at Space is limited. As these events tend to sell out quickly, please do not delay in registering.  You may also sign up using our Pay Pal button below.


We hope to see you there!

Magnolia Grange Paranormal Investigation - $45 per person
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Magnolia Grange House MuseumVisit Historic  Magnolia Grange Tthis beautiful Plantation built-in 1822. It is named after the magnolia trees that grace its front lawn. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. The home has distinctive architectural features from the Federal period