Parkers Battery was part of the Confederate defenses known as the Howlett Line, and saw frequent battles. It was occupied by Confederate forces until the fall of Petersburg, and some may still remain today. Witnesses describe apparitions of soldiers in the bunkers, and the soldiers are said to look either very unhappy or very confused.
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- Ware Bottom Spring Rd and Ramblewood Dr
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- 37.34907804477016, -77.39423990249634
- Chesterfield County, Virginia
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