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In the s, developers built a resort and hotel to offer the cooling breezes off the water as an escape from hot, humid Washington, DC. But the hotel burned down. Today, all that is left of the old hotel is a huge, rusty wheel that protrudes from the sand. During the Civil War, Federal forces occupied Point Lookout, building a prisoner of war camp and a hospital for the wounded from the Battle of Gettysburg. The camp and hospital were far from Gettysburg; so a trip, for some poor soldier suffering battle wounds, was a long, arduous journey.
The isolation of the area made escape attempts by Confederate prisoners of war almost impossible. The Hammond General Hospital, designed with wards radiating out from a central hub, like spokes on a wheel, was shut down shortly after the end of the Civil War.
Camp Hoffman, the largest Federal facility for Confederate prisoners was built to contain 10, prisoners but is believed, by some, to have held up to 50, men. Prisoners were held in an open air camp in tattered canvas tents; hot and mosquito infested in summer; freezing cold in winter. Conditions were crowded and dirty and there were reports of contaminated water and spoiled food. It is estimated that between 3, to 8, men died of war wounds and disease and were buried in a mass grave.
One of the most frequent ghost sightings at Point Lookout is a man in Civil War era clothing. He is seen moving across the road, away from what was once the Smallpox unit. The gaunt ghost shambles across the road, reeking of mildew and gunpowder, wearing ragged, homespun clothes.
It has been postulated that perhaps a Confederate prisoner feigned illness hoping to escape. But as his ghost runs across the road repeatedly, it is doubtful that he succeeded in his escape attempt. This forlorn ghost seems not to notice the living, but preservers on his eternal path toward an elusive freedom.
The Taylor family once owned a large part of Point Lookout. In March of , Ranger Donnie Hammett was at work on the Potomac River side of the point, taking environmental data. Early spring, late afternoon can be a lonely time at Point Lookout.
The few visitors had left. Hammett spotted an elderly woman searching for something near the beach. Hammett approached the woman and asked if she needed help. She told him that she was looking for a gravestone. Hammett felt unwelcome, as if the old woman resented his intrusion. As he moved away from the area, he had a good view of the road.
He left shortly afterward and found his vehicle alone in the parking lot. He had not seen any vehicles on the road. Later, he learned that a tombstone stolen from the Taylor cemetery turned up at a local hotel.
Perhaps the woman was searching for her own grave. Authorities are still not quite sure of the exact location of the graveyard. There have been numerous sightings of the ghostly old woman, always searching for the disappeared cemetery. A lighthouse has stood at Point Lookout since ,protecting ships with its beacon.
Now, an automatic offshore light has rendered the old lighthouse obsolete. Point Lookout Lighthouse now stands, restored to how it looked in , but much closer to the shoreline due to erosion caused by shifting currents and storms. Numerous investigators have visited the house in the attempt to gauge paranormal activity. In , Han Holzer, the famous pioneer paranormal researcher, and his team conducted an investigation using EVPs electric voice phenomena at the Point Lookout Lighthouse.
They recorded 24 different sounds and voices in and around the lighthouse. In the s, Gerald Sword reported seeing the movement of strange lights inside the house. He heard the murmur of voices, the sounds of doors being opened and closed, and footsteps in the hall - all while he was alone in the haunted building. Point Lookout Lighthouse is also known for strange and unpleasant odors emanating from several areas of the house, as well as for cold spots.
People claim to hear the ghostly sound of moaning as well as the sound of men or a man snoring. Ann Davis, the wife of the first lighthouse keeper maintained the Point Lookout Lighthouse for many years after her husband's death. In a famous photograph, the ghost of Ann Davis appears at the top of a stairway in a long blue skirt and white blouse. She stayed on at the lighthouse until her death when she was found laying in the lantern room, having died while performing her routine tasks.
One of the sounds heard in the lighthouse is a soft, female voice saying "this is my house. Laura Berg, an employee of the State of Maryland who lived at the lighthouse in the s had several paranormal experiences there.
She accepted the hauntings and claimed that she did not feel threatened by what she felt were benign presences. In a shocking photograph, Laura appears holding a candle.
Just behind her stands the spectral image of a bedraggled Civil War era soldier. She also heard the sound of heavy boots clumping along the floor boards at night. She heard a female voice singing merrily as well as the sounds of ghostly men chatting and laughing. But the most remarkable paranormal occurrence was when a spirit, angel, or ghost saved Laura's life. Laura was awakened one night to see a strange configuration of lights dancing over her bed. She then smelled smoke and ran downstairs to find that a space heater had caught fire.
Perhaps, the ghost of Ann Davis, in her dedication to the lighthouse, warned Berg and protected her beloved lighthouse. It can be reached by following Route 5 where it ends at Point Lookout Road. Point Lookout is more than a haunted place.
It's great for fishing, birdwatching, or just spending a lovely day. The water views are excellent and you are almost guaranteed to see a Bald Eagle. Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. Hi Baggins - thank you for sharing your story.
I don't think that I'd be too keen on hanging around after a night like that. But ghosts don't really hurt people. And plenty of folks would love a night like that! We stayed there early in the camping season The only campers in our loop. During the night footsteps paved slowly back and forth outside of our trailer. It had rained the day before and the ground was still quite soft.
No footprints in the morning. But "it" crunched heavily, back and forth. Next night there was otherworldly chanting noises, loud and hollow sounding. Not a radio, or any other system like that. It went on from around 11 pm - 2 am. Nothing about it was recognizable as just people down at a beach.
Packed up and out we went next morning. Ron Wood - what a wonderful childhood! I can't imagine living down there, it is so beautiful and you all must have had a great time tramping around the area.
I think Point Lookout is so peaceful and certainly never felt anything creepy in the area. But I bet it can get pretty scary during a big storm!
Thank you for sharing! My mom wrote a piece for the Point Lookout website, which can be read here;. John Barret - thank you for sharing the story. We were down there a few weeks ago and didn't run into anything weird. But Point Lookout is so beautiful that I don't need to run into ghosts to appreciate a visit. Sure would be interesting though. My wife and I camped at Point Lookout in the early 90's. Being mid-week, we were the only ones in the park aside from the camp hosts.
We were sitting at our picnic table one evening when there was a sulfur smell that came out of nowhere. At the same moment my wife yelled that something had touched her.
I turned around and saw one mantle of our propane lantern go out while the other stayed burning normally. Never before or since has the lantern ever done that. When we spoke with the hosts the next morning they were not surprised, telling us that we had been visited by one of the local ghosts. Prior to this we had no idea that the area was haunted. Definitely a "lively" place. Though I have visited Point Lookout quite a few times, I never ran int anything ghostly. It's so beautiful there that I am taken up by just wandering around and enjoying the place.
We did, however, once see what looked like a parascope moving through the water of the Bay when we were standing on the causeway.
That seemed a bit odd. It looked too close to be a submarine. Wonder if they have little submarine drones? We just stood there and waved at it. Ann Dean - Well lucky you to live in such an interesting and beautiful locale!
I'm glad that you enjoyed! Next time I go there, I think that I'll be more conscious of the possibility of running into a ghost. On several occassions I typed up notes from where a group had looked for Ghosts. Thanks for the trip to my home. This is a great article.
I live just 20 minutes north of point lookout. I've walked through the light house and yes it is incredibly eerie. They open it 1 day a year to the public and a few people report having experiences. Park ranges are always reporting strange sightings and experiences around the park.
One ranger who lived on the park always reported his dog acting strange and would some times refuse to enter random rooms within his house even if the ranger was in the room. One day the ranger left his house to go to work and when he came home he found his dog sitting on the front porch. While he was away something scared the dog so bad it jumped through the second story bathroom window, which was closed. The dog was unharmed as luckily he landed on the roof of a camper parked beside the house.
The ranger decided to move out after this.
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