Washington DC, Virginia Ghost Sightings - PAGE 11
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The light grew dim as I approached. To my amazement right before my eyes only feet away ghosts sprang to life from the Confederate earth works they charged toward me screaming their battle cry thirsty for the blood of unseen Union soldiers.
I panicked and ran knowing their purpose was to thrust their cold bayonets into enemy hearts. I was certain of what I saw.... Or was i? Could the soldier's coats have simply been the soft gray fur of gentle
deer? Were the screams my own or a rebel yell by Confederate ghosts soldiers once again launching their futile attack? I may never know.|
is the anniversary of the attack. You could go to there and let me know what you see if you survive….|
Submitted by Anonymous
Categories: man, lights, woods, park, soldiers
When I was about ten years old my mom had a meeting in D. C. Well on the last day of the meeting the members of the group could bring their kids to a picnic and then we could go on a tour of the memorials.
At the picnic there were other kids there too. They were younger than us (my brother Malcolm and i) so they were scared easily. The place that the picnic was at was the octagon. My mom told us that it was haunted and that some people can see a girl falling off the balconey.
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