Now on both nights after the battle, the soldiers would fall back behind their lines and doctors would make their way into the fields to take care of the dead and dying. The moans of the wounded would fill the night air and everyone did everything they could to end the suffering. Making their way around the battlefield at night was dangerous and unnerving. You never knew who else was out there. That point was proven when soldiers from both sides began to report a creature walking among the dead. At first it looked like a man, but something was off. He was tall and thin. He was dressed in a long coat and he has long hair down his back, but it was his eyes that gave him away. They were a green color that actually glowed in the darkness. He would kneel down over the dead and he seem to be doing something to them. Nobody wanted to find out what.
Now this creature was reported in the area by Native Americans years earlier. He was dressed like them but still had the green eyes. He was doing something to their dead too.
The creepy thing is visitors to the parks over the years also report Ol' Green Eyes. He walks along the roads at sunset and you pass him by thinking he is just another visitor, but something makes you look back and then you see it......those green eyes.