McGavock Confederate Cemetery Disembodied Voices
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***We cannot explain the shakiness of the video since we traveled to four states and this is the only video that had the issue. Perhaps the activity we requested effected our camera.
Debbie and I travel to Franklin Tennessee to tour the Franklin Battlefield. We took the tour of the Carnton Plantation which is excellent.
We stopped by the McGavock Confederate Cemetery to pay respects to the fallen and see if we could capture any paranormal activity.
The nearly 1,500 Confederate soldiers buried there were casualties of the Battle of Franklin that took place November 30, 1864. They were first buried at the battleground, but were reinterred in 1866. While 780 of the soldiers have been identified, 558 are still unknown. Since 1905 the cemetery has been maintained by the Franklin chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

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