Saratoga National Historical Park - Real Stillwater Haunted Place
Saratoga National Historic Park stands on the site of a major American victory over British forces in a battle that took place in September of 1777. The battlefield if open to the public, and visitors have reported seeing the ghosts of men in Revolutionary garb. One incident involved a man in a three-cornered hat who approached a woman and told her he believed his own men shot and killed him. After his story was complete the man vanished, never to be seen again.
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