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Virginia City, NV

Virginia City, NV

Virginia City Cemetary.  Photo by Marlene Williamson

Virginia City Cemetary. Photo by Marlene Williamson

Virginia City Nevada.  The Silver Queen Hotel is said to be the most haunted place in Virginia city. Reported activity includes the sound of a huge fight heard by many staying there, but no one is truly fighting. Also reported are apparitions; one of a young girl in a pretty dress and a cowboy dressed in black.

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Virginia City Nevada. The Silver Queen Hotel is said to be the most haunted place in Virginia city. Reported activity includes the sound of a huge fight heard by many staying there, but no one is truly fighting. Also reported are apparitions; one of a young girl in a pretty dress and a cowboy dressed in black.

One of the best places to visit in this entire country is Virginia City, Nevada. Once the center of the Comstock Mining District, it now serves as a major tourist town. A lot of it has been preserved.

One of the best places to visit in this entire country is Virginia City, Nevada. Once the center of the Comstock Mining District, it now serves as a major tourist town. A lot of it has been preserved.

Image detail for -Panoramio - Photo of Virginia City Nevada 2011.  Remembering how the Cartwrights of Bonanza would always go into Virginia City.

Image detail for -Panoramio - Photo of Virginia City Nevada 2011. Remembering how the Cartwrights of Bonanza would always go into Virginia City.

The Castle Mansion, Virginia City, NV - Built by Robert N. Graves, superintendent of the Empire Mine. The home, copied after a castle in Normandy, France, took five years to build and complete; construction was started in 1863 and completed in 1868. The Castle was one of the finest mansions in the West during its heyday. It did not burn in any fire. Presently it is closed.

The Castle Mansion, Virginia City, NV - Built by Robert N. Graves, superintendent of the Empire Mine. The home, copied after a castle in Normandy, France, took five years to build and complete; construction was started in 1863 and completed in 1868. The Castle was one of the finest mansions in the West during its heyday. It did not burn in any fire. Presently it is closed.

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