Night Vision 

Richmond's paranormal groups are out to prove the existence of life after death, one ghost hunt at a time.

BETTY WEBB'S HAD her hair pulled here in Weston Plantation. She's watched light bulbs flicker and heard phantoms cleaning the fireplace. Once, the former Weston tour guide thought she was alone in the historic Hopewell house — until she heard someone…

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