In 1584, Sir Walter Raleigh commissioned an exploration team to the outer banks off the coast of what is today, North Carolina. They returned to England reporting that they had found a suitable place to establish a colony. A party was put together of one hundred and seventeen men, women, and children including Governor John White and his daughter Eleanor Dare. They set sail aboard The Elizabeth II for the new world and Roanoke Island, however, what they didn’t know is that they would sail into history as the Lost Colony of Roanoke.
Lost Roanoke colonist Virginia Dare is believed to still haunt Roanoke Island, North Carolina to this day as a white deer