2 Terrifying Military Horror Stories! *NoSleep*


From the civil war to Vietnam, here are two terrifying military stories!

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50 thoughts on “2 Terrifying Military Horror Stories! *NoSleep*”

  1. 24:00 mis in the next story starts and it is a story that is in another file. Well done, I am a new subscriber.

  2. Fantastic storytelling – totally riveting.
    I’ve heard the Vietnam story before, but that doesn’t detract from the impact in any way.
    As far as the tale of Abbadon at Bull Run goes the battlefield description is as horrible as the thought of a demonic messenger riding around, summoning the dead, so it’s a double dose of nightmares.
    Excellent video as always. Mr Davis is a great guest – it’s a rare talent to have. Storytelling has become so entwined with visual media that it’s easy to forget how powerful a well delivered story can be.
    I look forward to every upload – you’ve started the year on a high note – I’ve every confidence you’ll keep things right up there.

  3. The second story….without a doubt, was one of the scariest stories I’ve ever heard. Someone needs to make this into a movie.

  4. The Rock Apes in the Name, are good stories, aggro bigfoots attacking the Americans, the Cong and the NVA Knew they were and steered clear.

  5. Please, please have your reader learn how to pronounce the actual words correctly. Antietam – if I wasnt a student of military history, I wouldn’t have known what the hell they were Talking about. Also, you must have rewritten, cause this is not in keeping with civil war word usage.

  6. probably going to hit 30k before the end of the day! so in that case, early congratulations. also military stuff. 😀 woo.

  7. Hey just letting you know the first story was amazing but the second one you have already used in a different video

  8. HAPPY NEW YEAR SWAMPY MY BROTHER IS A VIETNAM VET HE COULDN’T COME STRAIGHT HOME HE LIVED IN THE TREES IN FRISCO RED WOODS WITH FELLOW VETS FOR A LONG TIME👻

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