Ball's Bluff Battlefield - Real Leesburg Haunt
- Ball's Bluff Road
- Leesburg, VA
Now a regional park and national cemetery, Ball’s Bluff was once the site of an 1861 Civil War battle. 54 soldiers are buried here, making it the third smallest national cemetery, and some of them are said to still wander the park. Apparitions of soldiers in uniform have been reported by multiple visitors over the years. Tours are offered on weekends from spring through autumn.
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Visited this battlefield yesterday for the first time - There was only one other car in the parking lot and the driver was inside. Went down the trail to the small cemetery and a little beyond - I heard faint whispering or chattering while in the woods. I didn't see anyone else around. My father heard it as well! Posted 6/28/18
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I was tapped!
My boyfriend and I were walking our dog. We were reading all of the history on the information plaques. While walking in the open field I felt a tap on my shoulder. It was on my shoulder on the same arm my boyfriend was holding. And there were no tree's around that an acorn could of fell on me. Although this doesn't sound like a big deal, there was no other explanation of it! It was a direct push on my upper shoulder.
There's a lot of nice hiking there as well. Next time we are going to bring our camera to see if we can catch any "extra's". Will report back!
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