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Chapter Twelve. Chapter Thirteen. Chapter Fourteen. Chapter Fifteen. Downloads are available as MP files. Album Notes. In , mysterious events began happening in late winter, early spring. A couple of no goods seeking easy money decided to go into a Confederate Soldier burial trench on a Civil War Battlefield.
It was going fine, going good, but then the wind picked up and before dawn, there were two dead men. That same night, 10 year old Johnny Jordache woke up in the wee hours of the morning.
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He had drank more ice tea than usual before his bedtime. He looked out his window and there by the old Civil War unit marker, he saw a group of men and horses. It seemed they were having a heated discussion. And he saw a bunch of the cavalry soldiers ride away, leaving the others.