Milam Street

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Milam Street is haunted, locals say, by a headless ghost. Although the ghost’s identity is unknown, his pattern is unwavering: He walks from Riverside Cemetery due north. He’s thought to be a Confederate soldier who lost his head to a cannonball.

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Milam St
Seguin, TX
United States

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29.574670889628585, -97.9621526599476
Guadalupe County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Seguin, TX (0.4 mi.)
McQueeney, TX (4.4 mi.)
Geronimo, TX (6.1 mi.)
Kingsbury, TX (9.5 mi.)
Lake Dunlap, TX (9.6 mi.)
Weinert, TX (10.3 mi.)
Santa Clara, TX (10.5 mi.)
Marion, TX (10.7 mi.)
New Berlin, TX (11.3 mi.)
New Braunfels, TX (13.2 mi.)


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  1. The entire stinking street? no way!
    Maybe one or 2 haunted buildings but the entire stupid street?
    There is no way!


    How the heck can it POSSIBLY be the entire street that is ghosts and haunted?
    duh, course not the entire street

    • The entire street is haunted. There have been instances when entire HIGHWAYS have been haunted and entire CITIES!!! So I say, the entire street is haunted and I say you’re wrong!

  2. I have heard of this being haunted,but I have never seen anything. I pass through here and stay with friends from time to time when traveling. One of the neighbors I have talked to told me that the ghost is a Confederate soldier who was killed along with several other soldiers in his squad. Now he roams looking for them. I am not sure where the cannon ball blowing his head off came about (perhaps it did blow his head off, who knows?) Anyway, my friends and I have gone to the cemetery at night (every now and then when I visit) hoping to catch a glimpse of the poor guy,but no dice.I plan on visiting again and we will try it again to see what happens. If I see anything,I will post.

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