Valley Forge

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There isn’t an American alive who doesn’t know the story of Valley Forge and the deprivations and hardships the Continental army suffered there. Although no physical battle was fought here, the battle against low morale, the elements, and hunger was a fierce one and many believe that those who lost that fight still remain. Visitors to the park claim to have seen men in army dress and some have reported what appears to be a man hanging from a tree.

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    Geographic Information

    Valley Forge, PA
    40.0999376970109, -75.44577598728029
    Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
    Nearest Towns:
    Chesterbrook, PA (1.8 mi.)
    Audubon, PA (2.1 mi.)
    King of Prussia, PA (2.7 mi.)
    Devon, PA (3.6 mi.)
    Berwyn, PA (3.8 mi.)
    West Norriton, PA (4.1 mi.)
    Trooper, PA (4.2 mi.)
    Phoenixville, PA (4.2 mi.)
    Paoli, PA (4.3 mi.)
    Eagleville, PA (4.6 mi.)


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    1. it’s really hard to get permission to spend the night at the park but I’m friends with several rangers who’ve said there have been some very weird things that happened here. Officially only 1 man is buried at the site but

    2. to finish nmy thought, unofficially there are several peopel burried in unknown spots, revolutionary soldiers who didn’t want to leave their comrades for the hospitals and so died and were burried quietly, their unmarked bodies later fonud and reburried when farmers returned. so even without centuries of peoplel iving there, there is certainly cause for hauntings with bodies in unhallowed ground.

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