"The horror, the terror, had to be something profound," Loudoun man reflects on a history of lynchings in Virginia

The history books do not include names like Charles Craven, Page Wallace, and Orion Anderson. But Phillip Thompson, the former NAACP president in Loudoun County, believes we should all know their names. All three of them were African American men who were lynched in between 1880 and 1902, in Loudoun County.
Published: 9:53 AM EDT March 22, 2019
Updated: 9:53 AM EDT March 22, 2019