By Kathryn Tucker Windham
Money owed of ghostly and religious happenings at 13 destinations all through Mississippi.
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Hare's hospitality was profitable: when he and his confederates were arrested on suspicion of being American spies, men who had been guests at the ball came to their aid and persuaded the authorities to free them. Once more they returned to the Trace. As they rode northward, Hare read aloud articles written by John Wesley, the pious founder of Methodism. He, Hare, fell under the spell of the religious articles and pled with his henchmen to renounce their evil ways and turn to leading lives of righteousness.
He explained to the young officer in charge of recruits that he did not favor fighting but that he would not mind helping take care of the sick and wounded. If some of his neighbors wondered when and why Newt had become so peace-loving, they never put the question to him: nobody who knew him ever deliberately got Newt riled up. They used to say Newt's cold, hard eyes could wither an opponent before a blow was ever struck. Be that as it may, Newt Knight was assigned as an orderly in the Seventh Mississippi Battalion.
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.
13 Mississippi Ghosts and Jeffrey by Kathryn Tucker Windham