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Since so much death surrounded Civil War prisons, it only makes sense that unsettled spirits still haunt these places. Thousands died, both North and South, from malnutrition, dysentery, and diseas...

Here Are The Most Haunted Spots In All 50 States. They'll Give You Nightmares.

Pvt. James T. Corum enlisted in Company G, 45th North Carolina Infantry. The 45th saw some of the bloodiest fighting as part of General Lee's ANV. Corum survived the first 3 years of the War, then came the Wilderness campaign. He and many men in his unit were taken prisoner. He was first sent to Point Lookout, Maryland, then transferred to Elmira, New York. He died of disease on April 8th, 1865. - Info and photo courtesy of Defending the Heritage

Ghosts of Point Lookout Maryland and the Most Haunted Lighthouse in the USA

Ghosts of Point Lookout Maryland and the Most Haunted Lighthouse in the USA~ do to all the deaths at such a honorific place.

Point Lookout Lighthouse has had many documented paranormal activity since the 1860's. Ann Davis, the spirt of the lighthouse's 1st keeper, has been seen standing in the stairway and disembodied voices and strange noises have been recorded. Civil War figures have been seen wandering the basement/grounds searching for graves that were moved a century ago.

Confederate prisoners at Point Lookout, Maryland, ca. April and May 1865. Army of Northern Virginia (Miller's Photographic History of the Civil War)