Andersonville, Doug, and Past Lives

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Yesterday on my way up to see my high school buddy Doug, he mentioned that I should stop in Andersonville – the Civil War prison camp – where one Captain Henry Wirz was tried and hanged for war crimes. I was curious to see if he was a relative.

The jury is still out on whether he was related, but I was also curious if I would get any “past live” impressions from the site. I wandered around, but experienced nothing but a normal ennui for all the prisoners who died there.

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Later, meeting up at Doug’s in Powell, AL, we had a few beers, well, more than a few, and reminisced late into the night about old times. Doug is not what you would call a spiritual man (at least not anymore), but I had him practically convinced that he had a past life memory at a civil war re-enactment he participated in a while back. There’s hope for him yet.

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The next day, today, we headed out to De Soto State park where I shot this image of the falls.

Left Alabama around 2 pm and made it as far as Athens, Tennessee before stopping for the evening.

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2 thoughts on “Andersonville, Doug, and Past Lives

  1. Awsome photos. The falls look better in the picture than in person. Even though this is not an advertisement for Blue Moon beer or After Shock, I highly recommend them. Had a great time – keep in touch. Call some time. Perhaps I’ll contact a Past Lifeologist.

    (we forgot the book for Tina, my housekeeper, she asked about it first thing this morning)

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