Williamsburg is one of the oldest cities in America and the former colonial capital of Virginia. Thomas Jefferson attended the College of William and Mary, then many years later so did I. I've always been entranced and intrigued by the vibe, the utter sense of timelessness in such an historical place. A secret? I only applied to William and Mary. I couldn't imagine attending any other university so if I didn't get in, I'd go to community college for two years and transfer. As a seventeen year old, there simply was no other option.
Anyway, if you are open and open-minded, you'll feel the waves of energy left by those who walked those same streets, strolled beneath those ancient trees. There are many buildings purportedly haunted in Williamsburg, but the Wren building is near and dear to my heart as my husband and I married there. People report hearing unexplained footsteps. Some speculate it's the spirit of Sir Christopher Wren. Have you had a similar experience?
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