America's Haunted Army

Hames, Jacqueline M.
October 2008
Soldiers;Oct2008, Vol. 63 Issue 10, p26
The article narrates several so-called strange occurrences and ghostly activities in some installations and bases of the U.S. Army including the Fort Dix in New Jersey, the Fort Huachuca in Arizona, and Fort Monroe in Virginia. It states that the occurrences and activities range from prank-playing poltergeists to terrifying visions, and that some bases are haunted by long-forgotten soldiers, some by civilians and some by unidentifiable paranormal.


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