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News | Nov. 1, 2019

The haunting of the historic Bellwood Manor House on DSCR takes center stage on Halloween

By Leon Moore DLA Aviation Public Affairs

The Bellwood manor House on Defense Supply Center Richmond, Virginia is one of the oldest houses in Chesterfield County. It’s also known as the home to all sorts of ghosts and goblins.

On Halloween Day, a crowd of roughly 150 filled the old Center café on DSCR got to experience first- hand for themselves during a special viewing of the Bellwood episode of The Twisted Realm series in the old center Café.

In the fall of 2017, a film crew from the Fishersville, Virginia based Twisted Paranormal Society spent a couple of days and nights inside the house, as well as other historical areas on DSCR and got to experience this phenonium first-hand. They also interviewed people who work on DSCR who say they have personally experienced eerie, out of the normal activities inside the Bellwood Manor House and on Center.

Lyle Lotts with the Twisted Paranormal Society said the Bellwood episode kicks off season two of The Twisted Realm series.

The Bellwood Manor House was built between 1797 and 1804 and is listed as a national, state and county landmark. It was added to the federal National Register of Historic Places in 1978.