New Albany National Cemetery
Before the Civil War New Albany was the largest city in Indiana due to its proximity to the Ohio River. During the war it was an important hub to both the Confederacy and especially the Union who set up hospitals there. After the war President Abraham Lincoln established a National Cemetery in New Albany, making it one of fourteen sites in the country where Federal soldiers were laid to rest. But is the cemetery haunted? Locals tell stories of seeing and hearing strange things around the burying ground from time to time. Join us as we take a closer look at the ghosts and paranormal activity in the historic cemetery. Also don’t forget to check out the Louisville Ghost Map app in iTunes and Google Play. Take your own ghost tour at your pace with you phone!