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Civil War Ghosts of Virginia
Civil War Ghosts of Virginia
Author: L. B. Taylor Jr, Brenda Goens (Illustrator)
ISBN-13: 9780962827129
ISBN-10: 0962827126
Publication Date: 4/1996
Pages: 225
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Publisher: Virginia Ghosts
Book Type: Paperback
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Virginia's master storyteller, L. P. Taylor, Jr., takes on the ghosts of the American Civil War from ghostly marching armies to J.E.B. Stuart riding high across the beltway or the Metro.
The last March of Robert E. Lee, 60 years after Appomattox!
The spectral return of Stonewall Jackson's amputated arm!
The haunting corpse of John Brown at Harper's Ferry!
The ghostly Zouraves of Manassas
Rebel Spy Belle Boyd rides again in the Shenandoah Valley
The annual paradeof Confederate spirits in Peterburg
The ominous cloud over Cold Harbor
Jeb Stuart's phantom ride around McClellan's forces
These and many other examples of inexplicable psychic phenomena -- more than 50 encounters -- are chronicled in "Civil War Ghosts of Virginia." Are the accounts true? Skeptics may scoff, but scrores of witnesses who have personally seen or otherwise experienced the manifestations of these spirits swear by them. Judge for yourself!