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Combining the craft of a story-teller Glass , with the expert knowledge of a military historian Mathews , the stories in this book are packed with archival photographs and intriguing first-hand accounts. Read fresh, spine-tingling accounts of a headless horseman who gallops through the eerie cedar glades at Stones River, the tale of the regiment which earned the nickname The Bloody Ninth at Shiloh, the phantom regiment at Resaca, the spirit of Tennessee's dashing Boy General, who followed a woman home, the mysterious empty graves near the Hazen monument, weirdness at The Dead Angle, true accounts of spirits who haunt the cavernous rooms of Tennessee's grand plantation houses, the tragic tale of Captain Tod Carter who was shot down within sight of his home, and many more.
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Some of the dead were taken to a national cemetery, Coski notes, but "there were outraged reports in the Northern press immediately after the war about bodies being washed into the river because the burial ground was so close to the water's edge. If so, the death toll was considerably higher, but there's little disagreement about the prisoners' treatment.
Underfed and ill-clothed troops huddled together like hogs to stay alive in tents or makeshift buildings during frigid winter nights. Photographs of inmates showed living skeletons festering with boils. Peters, a Union Army assistant surgeon, when he examined paroled Belle Isle inmates in Baltimore in They suffered conditions such as chronic diarrhea, scurvy and frostbite.
The spirits of the dead may remain among the island's trees and twisted vines within sight of Richmond's modern skyline. Contacted at her home, Brown said she'd rather not discuss Belle Isle or the paranormal. Tags: News and Features. Showing 1- 25 of Add a comment. Submit an event.
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