McRaven. 1445 Harrison Street. Built in three different periods: circa 1797 Frontier, 1836 Empire, and 1849 Greek Revival. The three acre gardens were a Confederate campsite. Cannon damage visible inside and out
THE LINDEN PLANTATION CS # 7162010
The Linden Planation built in 1827 by the son of the founder of Vicksburg Newit Vick
PARKVIEW HOSPITAL CS # 11132010
ParkView Hopital built and ran by the Sisters of Mercy of Vicksburg,MS
DUFF GREEN MANSION CS # 103010
Duff Green Mansion (1840). 1114 First East Street. Was used as a hospital for Confederate and Union soldiers during the Civil War
FREETOWN METHODIST CHURCH CS# 1182011
Ths building was built in 1943 they held services and funerals for the Bovina community
SPENGLER HOTEL CS # 5142011
Spengler Hotel an old railroad saloon investigated by S.P.A.R.S and TruthSeekers as guest.
OHIO STATE REFORMAYORY CS # 6282011
On June 28th 2011 3 paranormal teams will UNITE to try and awaken the spirits within the walls of The Ohio State Reformatory (Mansfield Prison) The Shadowseekers...Ohio Paranormal Project (O.P.P.) and... TruthSeekers Paranormal Research and Investigations out of Vicksburg Mississippi!! Godsmack - Awakewww.youtube.com Music video by Godsmack performing Awake. (C) 2000 Universal Motown Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.Shadowseekers Paranormal Group...
LINDLEY HOUSE CS# 7042011
On Memorial Day weekend, MS SPARS along with Truthseekers Paranormal , investigated the house of Dr. William H. Lindley as well as the entrenchment and sniper lines held by the 57th Georgia Infantry between which the home is nestled. We were joined by the Crystal Springs SCV, Sons of Confederate Veterans.
MCNUTT HOUSE CS# 10282011
McNutt House (1826-32). Once owned by Alexander G. McNutt, Mississippi's sixth governor. Tradition holds that a Confederate soldier was killed in the garden on June 4, 1863, and was buried by candlelight at the site of his death
RIVER CHICKS CS # 9162011
River Chicks in downtown Vicksburg , MS built in 1863 this used to be Wilsons Hardware
INVESTIGATION CS# 1072012
Futrell House (1836). The rear section of the house was heavily damaged by shelling during the siege. Behind the house was located one of Vicksburg's siege caves