Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park - Real Kennesaw Haunt
The source of the battlefield's hauntings comes from The Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, which was fought from June 18th-July 2nd, 1864. It has been reported that ghostly soldiers wander around the grounds and that cannons and gunshots can be heard. Ghost deer have also been reported, running towards the witness but then vanishing when they get close. The smell of blood and gunpowder are also described by witnesses.
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