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Categories: woods, battle
I was playing music in the battlefield. It was a fairly dreary but dry day and almost dusk; there are steps that come into the valley of the battlefield. I had full vision of those steps and saw no-one.
While I was playing I all of a sudden saw a very young man in a white tee shirt and jeans standing about 20 feet away. I did not see him come down the steps I did not see him come off the bridge. I said hi he never responded he looked at me and walked into the woods.
There were a lot of dry leaves that day and I never heard a sound of him leaving. I have not gone to the battlefield at dusk again but I just know the person I saw that day had already passed.|
Submitted by Anonymous |
Comment by Bradly: I have seen a young man fitting the same description on the same bridge. He did not respond to me when I greeted him from the creek below where I was rock hunting. I climbed the bridge just in time to see him walk into the marshy field toward prophet's rock and disappear from view.
I have also see shadows there but have never been afraid of them. I have spent many nights there at the battlefield including the old graveyard near the chapel playing in the moonlight and have never felt afraid and never heard or seen the battle replaying before my eyes.
There would certainly be good reason for a haunting there related to the battle but the young man we saw seems unrelated and much more recent. I agree you should go there and it is not difficult to get permission to go at night..
Be careful though... There are a lot of rocks and hills and some steep steps there that might be hard to navigate at night.
Comment by Jo: This is too much. We have this man on our property. We call him the white t-shirt man. We own the cabin built in 1780 Burnett Trading Post right across from the battlefield park. Our property was the site of the battle. He walks from our garage to the side of the house repeatedly in broad daylight. We believe he was a member of a family that owned our property and died in the 60s while on his way to a reunion at our home. He was flying his small plane to Indiana, and it went down. We have spoken to family members about him.
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