Walking Horse Hotel - Real Wartrace Haunted Place
The Walking Horse Hotel is the location where Union Soldiers released many Confederate prisoners at the end of the Civil War. Many of these soldiers were extremely sick and malnourished and later on died inside the hotel. To extend the death toll at the hotel, in the 1970's, a Vietnam vet had a flashback and shot 4 hotel guests to death. The hotel remains very active with supernatural phenomena, including the sounds of gunshots, voices and walking and running footsteps throughout the hallways. The hotel has 13 rooms, room 11 is rumored to be the most active and those who have stayed inside have reported feelings of being watched.
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