"What makes you think it doesn't exist just because you haven't seen it?"
"The dead have highways, They run, unerring lines of ghost-trains, of dream-carriages, across the wasteland behind our lives, bearing an endless traffic of departed souls".
Gettysburg, Anteitam, Fredericksburg, Monocacy, South Mountain.
These are just a few of the places soaked in the blood of many a gallent man and boy during the years of 1861 through 1865.
Over a four year period many a person fought, charged, sweat, cried and died for a cause that they believed in.
During this period of our history over 620,000 men were killed, wounded or went "missing".
There were over 414,152 deaths just from disease, infection from wounds, etc.
Is it any wonder then that these hallowed grounds are inhabited by the spirits of these noble men and boys?
Is it really surprising that they still live "to fight another day"?
Are you amazed that every once and awhile, one might see out of the corner of thier eye a fleeting glimpse of a man or boy dressed in Yankee Blue or Confederate Grey?
Come along and explore with us to find the answers, To try and communicate with those who have gone before us. To learn, and to honor those Sons and daughters of this great nation.