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The ghost tour was a lot of fun, but I’ll have to say that I enjoyed looking at the houses more than hearing the stories. This year most of the ghost stories were from houses other than the ones on the walk. These houses are along Rivermont Avenue which is one of America’s first planned subdivisions. Rivermont is a beautiful street full of glorious old homes.
The tour started at Miller Claytor house in Riverside Park. This house is one of the oldest in Lynchburg and was bought by the historical society and moved to the park to preserve it. I took these pictures with my phone, so the quality is not great.