10 Most Haunted Battlefields

10 Most Haunted Battlefields

10 Most Haunted Battlefields: From the ghosts of Roman soldiers to a barn haunted by over 1000 spirits. Few places have seen more horror than the battlefield. So it makes sense that many people assume them to be haunted. Haunted by the spirits of dead soldiers. 10) Stoney Creek:     Stoney Creek (in Canada) was the location for a battle in 1813 when America attempted to invade Canada. The battlefield is said to be haunted by dozens of soldiers who died on the day. It is also said to be haunted by the ghost of Mary Cage, a widow who lived in the middle of the field.  Ever since she died there have been constant reported sightings of her drifting through the air aimlessly while weeping over the loss of her husband; who died during the American revolution. According to local legend, when she died in 1841, both her body and her gravestone mysteriously vanished before she could be buried. 9) Marston Moor:     The battle of Marston Moor took place on 2nd July 1644. If reports are to be believed, the area is occupied by the deranged ghost of Oliver Cromwell (the man who led the winning side of the English civil war). He can be seen staggering through the foggy moor in an attempt to escape the vengeful spirits of the 4000 men killed by his army during the battle. Since the early 20th century people claim to have seen hundreds of soldiers on horseback marching across roads on one last eternal patrol. 8) Antietam Creek:      Antietam Creek was the location for the...