Just a mile down the old dirt road beyond the Clanton Plantation was a Civil War battlefield that claimed the lives of thousands of Union and Confederate soldiers. For months you could hear the cannon fire that echoed across the valley. The soldier's moans and groans from the heavy gunfire could also be heard throughout the valley. The Confederate soldiers held their own for a while, but the Union soldiers were better trained and well equipped to outlast the Confederates - which led to their surrender to the Union army after three months and five days.
So many young soldiers, barely 18 years of age, were taken from this world just before they would have the chance to reach their manhood and experience love and raise their own children and teach them about life.
Mrs. Knoll didn't know it, but fixing up the plantation was a bad idea. Whenever anyone does renovations to an old home, this angers any ghosts present and sometimes leads to fatal consequences. As for Mr. Knoll - he didn't realize that having reenactments on a battlefield where thousands of Civil War soldiers lost their lives was a bad idea as well. The reenactment would only summon up an army of the dead with grave consequences for the living....
©2011 Drac Von Stoller (P)2012 Drac Von Stoller
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