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Chickamauga Battlefield - Chickamauga GA Haunted Place

  • Lafayette Rd and Battleline Rd
  • Chickamauga, GA
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Rumor has it that spirits of soldiers can be spotted at this battlefield. Sounds of gunshots and screams have been heard and flickering of lantern lights have been seen. Some people have reported hearing cries for help and feeling cold spots during the summer months. A spirit called "Old Green Eyes,' a sharp-toothed, hairy creature has also been rumored to appear from time to time. A lady in a wedding gown who apparates here has said to be looking for her betrothed, a soldier lost in battle.
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  • Halloween 2022

    Me, my mom, my aunt and my uncle all went on Halloween night between 10:30 and 10:40. We had only been there for 5 minutes and we started hearing whispering. But we heard laughing and a scream, but what caught our attention was the cannon we heard. Thought it was awesome but plan to go again this year because I'm hoping to see spirits.

    Posted 10/27/23

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  • You won't be disappointed! Haunted is putting it lightly

    While at the battlefield recently, in June 2022, I did take my paranormal equipment with me for a day trip to the battlefield. While there, I was walking away from the large white tower monument it was 90 degrees that day and I was in the middle of the field, on the grass, heading back to the parking lot when I walked through an air conditioner cold, cold spot! It was as if someone had walked right through me! Later when I was home and reviewing my audio and pictures I got two EVPs. The first was while I was standing by the monuments at Snodgrass Hill. I said I was feeling faint from not eating and the heat and needed to get out of the sun. Then you hear an older southern woman say "Help her". This was not me or my friend Cheryl. No one else was there. In that same area, I was shooting a picture towards the work road, so no access except for people working for the battlefield. We were walking down from the cabin at Snodgrass Hill and I was shooting random pictures with my phone. Once home I was shocked to see an almost solid black shadow figure down that road. I could tell it was not a shadow of something else due to the figure's leg stepping over a downed tree! It was pitch black and you can see from their head down to their feet. There was some transparency near the head and chest area. There was no one there when the picture was taken. Finally, while in the white tower with my friend Cheryl, we went up to about the first slit/window in the monument, it was dark and stinky, so that was as far as we were willing to go. We were alone in the monument, and nothing happened while we were there, or so I thought. Once home, I captured another EVP, this was class A, the best, of a male, saying "He's dead" Overall from our day trip to the battlefield, I have no doubt this place is insanely haunted.

    Posted 7/6/22

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  • Cannon Fire, Cold Spots, and K2 Hits were only part of it!

    My adult daughter and I just went there to photograph the Strawberry Moon of 2021. We drove deep into the park, and stopped and one of the several open fields. We sat there for about 3 hours, and only 2 cars drove by in the distance. I happen to be a paranormal investigator, so I decided to break out some of my equipment since it was so quiet and peaceful. Right after sun set, we heard 2 short bursts of gunfire. It sounded just like the musket rifles you hear on TV. About an hour later, there was a loud boom like a cannon, followed by about 5 full minutes of constant gunfire. All of these sounds were in the distance. What wasn't in the distance, however, were the footsteps right behind us. There was absolutely no one around, and we were sitting in the middle of a huge field. This was about 10:30pm. We felt cold spots, and I was getting hits on my K2 meter that coincided with the questions that I was asking. Our phones weren't near, and there is nothing electrical out there. There's nothing that would have interfered with the EMF. Needless to say, this was my first time at Chikamauga Battlefield, and I will most definitely go back! None of it was scary, it was all quiet interesting and peaceful.

    Posted 6/25/21

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  • Haunted Chickamauga experience

    Over 10 years ago I stopped in the Chickamauga Battlefield Park while driving back to Chicago from Florida. It was about 2 in morning and I figured I would kick back and maybe doze in the car for a couple hours, drive thru when the morning light arrived and be on my way back to Chicago. I didn't make it a half hour before I heard half a dozen things that cannot be explained. I left the battlefield park and came back at dawn. I didn't look it up for over a year and when I did I found the haunted Chickamauga site. I heard a half a dozen sounds of what is described there.

    Posted 3/11/21

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  • frightening

    during my high school years we used to camp in the battlefield,one time a man dressed in ordinary period style clothing, ,cadet gray wool trousers, a checkered shirt, neat, walked through our camp site, knodding at me in a kind gesture and walking off but with the dry leaves, he left no foot prints nor trail. We camped near the 4th U.S Art'y guns, hearing noises, not of this earth, hard to explain, like big fireworks (booms), field guns perhaps ?

    Posted 12/20/18

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  • The Lady

    I've felt cold spots, even when it was 95 outside while in the BattleField. I've also saw the lady in the wedding gown at the tower in the park. You can also hear music at times. It's defitinely a great place and I'm sure you can catch some great EVP'S

    Posted 6/16/16

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    2 out of 2 found this review helpful

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