An old church that was built twice and burned within less than 40 years after each, first time by the British army in 1779 and second time by the Federal army in 1565. However it seems the past continued to linger here, through its hollowed walls, moss clapped half leaning trees, and chipped grave tombstones. We were there after it was already dark and waited for the spot lights to turn on. The feeling was figuratively "below this world".
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