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LITTLE BIGHORN AND "WHITE-MAN-RUNS-HIM"

by Bobby Zoeller

Back in the winter of 2004, my wife and I took a cross country trip in the dead of winter with the final destination point being San Francisco. Between the starting point of Louisville, Kentucky and the nearly six thousand miles of roadway to and from California, we made it a point to try and check out every "haunted" destination we came across. The month long trip took us to many well known spots as well as many next to unknown locations. The one thing they all had in common was a reputation of being haunted. And, that was part of what our trip was all about.

This area memorializes one of the last armed efforts of the Northern Plains Indians to preserve their way of life. Here in 1876, 263 soldiers and attached personnel of the U.S. Army, including Lt. Col. George A. Custer, met death at the hands of several thousand Lakota and Cheyenne warriors.


Operating Hours & Seasons

The Monument is closed on the following holidays

Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day

Open the rest of the year on the following schedule:

Memorial Day to July 31: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

August 1 to Labor Day: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

September and October (Ends on daylight savings time): 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

November through March: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

April - May: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Webcams: Last Stand Hill ~ Deep Ravine & Custer National Cemetery
Webcam links are courtesy of Friends of the Little Bighorn Battlefield.

 

The Little Bighorn National Battlefield in South Eastern Montana has long held a reputation as a hot spot of paranormal activity and was a prime target on the long and winding road to San Francisco. I was there back in the early-fall of 1996, but for my wife this would be her first visit there. Over the years I had read accounts of the battlefield being haunted, of both soldiers and native American Indians being seen on horseback throughout the area, and of General George Armstrong Custer himself haunting the small, 1960's era visitor's center. So, on this visit, we decided to ask the park's personnel about their experiences there. This is something we would do time and time again during our trip. We wanted first hand accounts from the people who were there everyday.

The Battle of the Little Bighorn—also known as Custer's Last Stand, and, in the parlance of the relevant Native Americans, the Battle of the Greasy Grass—was an armed engagement between a Lakota-Northern Cheyenne combined force and the 7th Cavalry of the United States Army. It occurred on June 25 and June 26, 1876, near the Little Bighorn River in the eastern Montana Territory, near what is now Crow Agency, MT.

The battle was the most famous action of the Indian Wars, and was a remarkable victory for the Lakota and Northern Cheyenne, led by Sitting Bull. The U.S. Seventh Cavalry, including a column of 700 men led by George Armstrong Custer, was defeated. Five of the Seventh's companies were annihilated and Custer himself was killed as were two of his brothers and a brother-in-law. This battle did not inflict the highest number of casualties by Native Americans against U.S. forces. That record was set in 1791 at the Battle of the Wabash with nearly 1000 casualties.

Interpretations of Custer's fight are conjecture, since none of his men survived the battle, while the accounts of surviving Indians are conflicting and unclear. The gunfire heard on the bluffs by Reno and Benteen's men was from Custer's fight. His force of roughly 210 men was engaged by the Lakota and Northern Cheyenne about 3.5 miles (6 km) to the north. Having isolated Reno's force and driven them away from the encampment, the bulk of the warriors were free to pursue Custer. The route taken by Custer to his "Last Stand" remains a subject of debate. One possibility is that after ordering Reno to charge, Custer continued down Reno Creek to within about a half mile (800 m) of the Little Bighorn, but then turned north, and climbed up the bluffs, reaching the same spot to which Reno would soon retreat. From this point on the other side of the river, he could see Reno charging the village.

Custer then rode north along the bluffs, and descended into a drainage called Medicine Tail Coulee, which led to the river. Some historians believe that part of Custer's force descended the coulee, going west to the river and attempting unsuccessfully to cross into the village. According to some accounts, a small contingent of Indian sharpshooters opposed this crossing. White Cow Bull claimed to have shot a leader wearing a buckskin jacket off his horse in the river. While, no other Indian account supports this claim, if White Bull did actually shoot a buckskin-clad leader off his horse, some historians have argued that Custer himself may have been seriously wounded by one of these marksmen. Some Indian accounts claim that besides wounding one of the leaders of this advance, a soldier carrying a company guidon was also hit. Troopers had to dismount to help the wounded men back onto their horses. The fact, however, that both of the non-mutilation wounds to Custer's body (a bullet wound below the heart and a shot to the left temple) would have been instantly fatal casts doubt on the proposition that either remounted wounded soldier was Custer.

The attempted fording of the river at by way of the Medicine Tail Coulee might explain Custer's purpose for Reno's attack, that is, a coordinated "hammer-and-anvil" maneuver, with Reno holding the Indians at bay at the southern end of the camp, while Custer drove them against Reno's line from the north. Other historians have noted that if Custer did attempt to cross the river near Medicine Tail Coulee, he may have been inspired by the belief that it was the north end of the Indian camp, when in fact it was only the middle. The exact location of the north end of the village remains in dispute, however. Custer had tried a variation of this same sort of tactic at the 1868 Battle of Washita River -- a simultaneously converging attack.

Other historians claim that Custer never approached the river, but rather continued north across the coulee and up the other side, where he gradually came under attack. According to this theory, by the time Custer realized he was badly outnumbered, it was too late to break back to the south where Reno and Benteen could have provided assistance. Two men from the 7th Cavalry later claimed to have seen Custer engage the Indians, including the young Crow scout Ashishishe, known by his translated name Curley, and the trooper Peter Thompson, who allegedly fell behind Custer's column. The accuracy of their recollections remains controversial, with battle participants and historians almost universally discrediting Thompson's claim.

A new interpretation is based on recent archaeological evidence and Indian testimony. In the 1920s, battlefield investigators discovered hundreds of .45-70 shell cases along the ridge line, known today as Nye-Cartwright Ridge, between South Medicine Tail Coulee and the next drainage at North Medicine Tail (also known as Deep Coulee). Historians believe Custer divided his battalion into two (and possibly three) companies, retaining personal command of one while presumably delegating Captain George W. Yates to command the second.

At least one of the companies made a feint attack down the left side of Medicine Tail Coulee, not actually riding down the bottom of the coulee, itself, on the way to Minneconjou Ford (the north and south forks are shaped like a "V"), with the intent of relieving the pressure on Reno's detachment, (according to Crow scout, Curley possibly viewed by both Mitch Bouyer and Custer) withdrawing the skirmish line into the timber on the edge of the Little Bighorn River. Coming down from the center of the area known as Nye-Cartwright Ridge, they could be seen by many Indians in the village. Behind them, a second company, further up on the heights, would have provided long range cover fire. Warriors could have been drawn to the feint attack, forcing the battalion back towards the heights, up the north fork drainage, away from the troops providing cover fire above. The covering company would have moved towards a reunion, delivering heavy volley fire and leaving the trail of expended cartridges discovered 50 years later.

Custer's fight, from this point, is difficult to follow. Most Indian accounts tell of a mounted charge by Crazy Horse and White Bull and others that drove a wedge between Company L and C . Seeing these Indians in their rear, soldiers from Company L attempted to withdraw north to link up with Custer. Seeing this opportunity, Gall and others on the opposite ridge lines immediately charged the retreating L Company troopers from the rear. An attempt at an orderly retreat soon descended into a what Benteen would later describe as a "panic rout." According to the location of the bodies found on the battlefield, Companies I and L, under Captain Keogh's command, were possibly detached and dismounted to provide a rear guard, and may have been the last organized defense. The remaining companies were forced up the ridge to the top of what is known today as Custer Hill. The hilltop itself was probably too small to accommodate the survivors and wounded. According to Indian testimony, the command structure rapidly broke down, although smaller "last stands" were apparently made by several groups.

Many Indian accounts speak of small breakout attempts from C, L and I Company positions in Keogh's sector toward the river as well as toward Custer Hill. These accounts would explain the troopers' bodies scattered across the fields southeast of the ridge line toward the Little Bighorn River. None of the soldiers made it to the river from the Southern end of the battlefield as charts of battlefield markers demonstrate.

By almost all accounts, within less than an hour Custer's force was completely annihilated. ] David Humphries Miller, who between 1935 and 1955 interviewed the last Indian survivors of the battle, wrote that the Custer fight lasted less than one-half hour. The Lakota asserted that Crazy Horse personally led one of the large groups of warriors that eventually overwhelmed the cavalrymen in a surprise charge from the northeast, causing a breakdown in the command structure and panic among the troops. Many of these men threw down their weapons while Cheyenne and Sioux warriors rode them down, "counting coup" with lances, coup sticks and quirts. Some Indian accounts recalled this segment of the fight as a "buffalo run." Eyewitness accounts from Indians, long ignored by traditional historians, were collected for many years after the battle and continue to be analyzed most recently by Michno.

The exact number of Indian warriors participating in the battle has never been determined and remains controversial. It has been estimated that in the overall battle the warriors outnumbered the 7th Cavalry by approximately three to one, or roughly 1800 against 600. In Custer's fight, this ratio could have increased to as high as nine to one (1800 against 200) after his isolated command became the main focus of the fighting. Some historians, however, claim the ratio of the Custer fight to be as low as three to one. By almost all accounts, Custer's detachment was certainly outnumbered and was caught in the open on unfamiliar terrain.

Scene of Custer's last stand, looking in the direction the Indian village and the deep ravine. Photo by Stanley J. Morrow, spring 1879.

Scene of Custer's last stand, looking in the direction the Indian village and the deep ravine. Photo by Stanley J. Morrow, spring 1879.

Indian casualties have never been determined and estimates vary widely, from as few as 36 dead (from Indian listings of the dead by name) to as many as 300. The Sioux Chief Red Horse told Col. W. H. Wood that the Indians suffered 136 dead and 160 wounded during the battle.

The site was first preserved as a national cemetery in 1879, to protect graves of the 7th Cavalry troopers buried there. It was redesignated Custer Battlefield National Monument in 1946, and later renamed Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument in 1991.

Memorialization on the battlefield began in 1879 with a temporary monument to U.S. dead. This was replaced with the current marble obelisk in 1881. In 1890 the marble blocks that dot the field were added to mark the place where the U.S. cavalry soldiers fell. The bill that changed the name of the national monument also called for an Indian Memorial to be built near Last Stand Hill. On Memorial Day 1999, two red granite markers were added to the battlefield where Native American warriors fell. As of December 2006, there are now a total of ten warrior markers (three at the Reno-Benteen Defense Site, seven on the Custer Battlefield).

The morning drive to that particular section of Montana was filled with ice covered highways and bursts of blinding snow. After several hours of some fairly hazardous conditions, the clouds departed and the bright winter sun greeted us as we approached the park's entrance. This was a weekday, in the middle of February, and we more or less had the park to ourselves with the exception of a few hearty fellow travelers from points unknown to us.

We spent some time at the visitors center and I asked two of the employees there if they had ever experienced any out-of-the-ordinary events while on the job. I told them of the supposed haunted stories connected to the battlefield and both kind of looked at me like I was nuts and said they never saw anything strange or anything that would lead them to believe those accounts.

Later, we traveled around the battlefield stopping at times to read the small white markers that dot the rolling hillsides that mark where each member of the 7th Cavalry fell. Traveling that area you get a feeling of how venerable Custer and his men where because the only cover they had was the tall native grasses that surround the battlefield on all sides. It is easy to imagine the 212 men under Custer's command fighting and dying as nearly 2000 Soiux warriors overwhelmed them that Sunday afternoon back on June 25, 1876. It was said later during an interview with one of the Indian participants, it took them as long to defeat Custer and his doomed men as it took "A hungry man to eat his dinner."

As we approach the park's entrance on our departure we were greeted by a young woman in her twenties who worked for the National Parks Department who wished us well on our trip. I happened to glance over at her name tag and noticed it said her last name was "White-Man-Runs-Him." At that point it became clear to me. While we might not have come across any ghosts at Little Bighorn, the legacy of that fateful day remained. She was a descendant of one of the native Americans that took part in the battle so long ago and now greeted the tourists that came to see where it all happened.

About Bobby Zoeller

Bobby Zoeller is a former member of Louisville Ghost Hunters Society. At one time he was the Case Manager of LGHS.

Bobby Zoeller is a former member of Louisville Ghost Hunters Society. At one time he was the Case Manager of LGHS. Please Also see: Bobby Zoeller: THE LOUISVILLE GHOST HUNTERS AND THE INVOLVEMENT OF KEITH AGE AT WAVERLY HILLS

Born in 1959 in Louisville, Kentucky Bobby Zoeller has been interested in the paranormal his entire life. Never having experienced what he would term a "supernatural event" with one minor exception, that nonetheless hasn't stopped him from seeking out and trying to answer questions that have always fascinated him. Raised as a Roman Catholic, his interest in demonic possession has always been foremost in this field of study, but unfortunately reliable documentation regarding those events are few and far between. Researching prior cases that have come to light in recent years has not convinced him to date that the phenomena actually exists to any great degree, and looking over some of the more well publicized cases he tends to doubt most of what he has read and seen from the so-called experts that comment on the events.

He joined a local paranormal group based in Louisville back in January of 2003 known as the Louisville Ghost Hunters Society headed by Founder and President Keith Age. He later met his future wife there and they married in May of 2004. While a member of the organization, he became a lead investigator with the group and was appointed the group's Case Manager in the fall of 2004. Both he and his wife participated in close to two dozen on-site investigations during their time there, and the high profile 2004 investigation of the Willard Library in Evansville, Indiana was his opportunity to showcase the LGHS.

Following several questionable accounts involving the group's president, he resigned as Case Manager on February 28, 2006 and within a week quit the group altogether. His wife was removed from the group by the actions of the president. Upon leaving LGHS and discovering much of what he had been told in the past and been led to believe to be facts turned out to be mostly misinformation or outright lies on the behalf of the group's leader, both he and his wife undertook a campaign to expose what they considered fraud and the scamming of the general public all in the name of making the group's leader famous. Documented evidence was gathered from sources around the country to prove their case and the information was first displayed publicly on an independent web site and later on two Yahoo message groups. The web site was taken down by the actions of the former group's leader and the first Yahoo group disappeared after complaints were lodged against it by the very people it was designed to expose.

He has been fighting what he see's as corruption and fraud within the paranormal field now for the past two-and-a-half years, and has had a very difficult time when it comes to the "experts" in the field as it seems no one wishes to speak ill of the others. In short, he has discovered more deception and more media manipulation over the past two years than most people will witness in an entire lifetime. The "experts" refuse to answer direct questions put forth to them, they in many cases continue to con the public out of both their money and their common sense, and the only reason he continues on at this point is because he does not want the uninformed or the more gullible members of the public and the media conned like he was for three years.

He currently work as the shipping and receiving manager for a large sheet metal fabrication plant in Louisville, Kentucky and spends his spare time researching and exposing what he considers fraud and deception within the paranormal field.

If you have any questions you would like answered or have information regarding any high profile "paranormal experts" that you find troubling, you can contact him at r_zoeller@bellsouth.net. And Please Share your Paranormal And Ghost Hunting opinions responsibly!

 

 

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