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By Kathryn Tucker Windham

Bills of ghostly and non secular happenings at 13 destinations all through Mississippi.

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It was like this: After the Harpes had committed bloody atrocities on the Trace for several years, they retreated to Kentucky where they continued to torture, mutilate, rob, and murder. Following a particularly vicious murder (Big Harpe stabbed a woman and her baby to death and then set fire to their cabin to destroy their bodies), a posse captured Big Harpe. The husband of the murdered woman cut off Harpe's head with the outlaw's own knife (Harpe was alive and conscious during the slow decapitation) and mounted that hideous trophy on a tree beside the road.

Suddenly at the edge of the Trace, Hare saw a beautiful white horse. There was no rider, just the pale horse standing there and staring at Hare. The animal was large and perfectly formed, the kind of steed any gentleman would be proud to ride. Hare slowed his own mount and approached the white horse cautiously. He was less than six feet away when the animal disappeared, vanished completely. There was not a sound. Hare was shaken. He tried to explain the appearance and the disappearance of the white horse, but he could not.

I'll put you off at Beauregard," the conductor said. That was the kind of reputation the town had. Such a reputation was not entirely undeserved. Beauregard had seven saloons lined up along the railroad tracks, saloons so big and so busy that visitors from cities such as Jackson, Vicksburg, or even New Orleans itself were amazed and impressed. Those saloons flourished during the 1870s and early 1880s when the Mississippi Mills at nearby Wesson, less than two miles away, were prospering. Back then, the mill was the largest cotton manufacturing plant in the world, and it operated around the clock, twenty-four hours a day.

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