Nichols Creek Road

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Homeowner Michael Wright believes his property on Nichols Creek Road is home to several spirits that tend to appear around nightfall. Mr. Wright allows investigators only by appointment, so be sure to email him ahead of time (info below).

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Geographic Information

Address:
Nichols Creek Road
Milton, FL
United States

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GPS:
30.602629702801714, -86.8963851925219
County:
Santa Rosa County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Harold, FL (4.0 mi.)
East Milton, FL (7.5 mi.)
Roeville, FL (7.7 mi.)
Bagdad, FL (8.0 mi.)
Milton, FL (8.8 mi.)
Holley, FL (10.8 mi.)
Point Baker, FL (11.1 mi.)
Spring Hill, FL (11.7 mi.)
Mulat, FL (14.0 mi.)
Navarre, FL (14.0 mi.)

Contact Information

Telephone:
850-623-4460
raimike@bellsouth.net

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  1. Amy McElhaney Butler  |  

    I think he may be referring to the revenge killings of Samuel Nichols and his son Cromwell (spelling?) NicholsNichols that occurred at the Nichols home on or about March 8, 1865. A second son, Austin, had his jaw blown off, was left for dead, yet he survived.

    My ancestor, Celestine Josiah Ward, perpetrated the murders to avenge the lynching of his (said to be all 7 brothers, but 2 are confirmed.) During the civil war.

    Celestine is said to have asked the 3 Nichols men to “step out of this house so I won’t have to kill you in front of your children.”

    He is also implicated the killing of several other men (approx 5 others) who were also part of the lynching of his brothers.

    Celestine went on to die an old man, the father of 17 children. Apparently, whenever someone would try to prosecute him, Celestine would just burn down the courthouse. ( possibly as many as 14 acts of arson between the killings of March 1864 and Celestine’s death in 1891.)

    Please contact me if you can provide information- I am writing his biography.

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