Many important and famous individuals have been born and died within the boundries of the United States. These ghosts seem to haunt locations that had great meaning for the individual. Throughout the United States there have been many sitings of famous ghosts.
|Robert E. Lee Boyhood Home|
|General Robert E. Lee|
|"One if by Land, Two if by Sea" Restaurant|
|George Washington and his white stallion|
|Philosophical Society's Library|
|Beauregard Mansion in New Orleans|
|General Pierra Gustave Toutant Beauregard|
|Battle of Shiloh|
General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard, of the Confederate Army, and some of his fallen soldiers are said to haunt his home, Beauregard Mansion in New Orleans. The soldiers are said to be ghosts from the Battle of Shiloh. When the ghosts have been seen, they are reliving the Battle of Shiloh complete with the sounds of rifles and cannon fire. General Beauregard's ghost is said to walk a phantom battlefield whispering "Shiloh, Shiloh".