Every night, a mysterious fog rolls in on the battlefield. Upon driving through the park, one may find that there is no fog before entering or after leaving the park, only in the park itself. -There are also tales of the infamous “Green Eyes”, a Confederate soldier killed by his Yankee twin brother, whose eyes can still be seen at night on Snod Grass Hill. There is the tale of the bride-never-to-be who still walks the battlefield in her wedding gown during September and October, visiting the grave of the man she was going to marry, killed during the war.
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