Civil War Ghost Trails: Stories from America’s Most Haunted Battlefields

$19.95

Civil War Ghost Trails examines the major engagements of the Civil War and their connections to the paranormal world. The history of each battlefield is followed by the classic ghost stories that have been around since the guns fell silent. Then I collected the newer stories. I attempted a paranormal investigation, including Electronic Voice Phenomena(EVP), at many of the sites to see what we could find. In some cases, the results were astounding.

A selection of my EVPs is available for your listening pleasure by clicking on this link:Mark’s Blog.

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Civil War Ghost Trails examines the major engagements of the Civil War and their connections to the paranormal world. The history of each battlefield is followed by the classic ghost stories that have been around since the guns fell silent. Then I collected the newer stories. I attempted a paranormal investigation, including Electronic Voice Phenomena(EVP), at many of the sites to see what we could find. In some cases, the results were astounding.

Some of the spirits included in the book are the Headless Zouave at Bull Run, the Drummer Boy at Shiloh, and the Phantom Battalion at Gettysburg. Ghosts appear at the Bloody Lane at Antietam and Caroline Street in Fredericksburg, as well as sites at Chancellorsville, Vicksburg, Chickamauga, Chattanooga, Petersburg, and Appomattox Court House. A special section of the book explores the haunted Civil War prisons at Johnson’s Island in Ohio, Point Lookout in Maryland, and Andersonville in Georgia. Abraham Lincoln’s many White House apparitions are discussed in a section on wartime Washington, D.C.

A selection of my EVPs is available for your listening pleasure by clicking on this link: Mark’s Blog.

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