Calvalry Episcopal Church - Real Haunted Place
A congregation of the Episcopal Church, Calvalry has been standing for almost 200 years. Since it dates back to the Civil War, many believe that the church is regularly visited by the Phantom Rider of the Confederacy. The Phantom Rider is a woman on horseback who is believed to have lost her husband during the war. Long blonde hair, period dress, and a Confederate cape are all visual indications that it is indeed her riding down the street. According to the legend, the apparition led 23 Union soldiers to their deaths by a Confederate ambush in 1865 in an act of revenge for her slain husband. Whether or not she was also killed by Union forces is unknown.
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