"Corporal Leonard Hayworth ... shows his utter frustration as he has crawled back from his position only to learn that the ammo is gone. Coda: At the last moment, supplies arrived and the men were able to hold their position." — From David Douglas Duncan's 1951 book, This Is War!
Chief Little Wound was the war chief who directed the Sioux against General Crook at old Fort Fetterman in the early 1870's and would have defeated him had reinforcements not reached him at the last moment when all seemed lost. The arrival of these reinforcements was all that prevented the massacre of General Crook's entire command at the hands of Little Wound and his band of warriors.
The ghost of a young girl haunts this private plantation, located about thirty-five miles north of Baton Rouge. Along the double row of trees that leads to the doorstep of Parlange Plantation, the ghost of a young girl in a bridal gown is often seen, her white dress flowing out behind her as she runs. The girl crosses the path and then vanishes, tragically living over again the last moments before her death. Who is she and why does she haunt this place?