Michael and the Red Legged Devil's





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Published on Jan 8, 2013

- Michael and the Red Legged Devils -
The 14th Regiment New York State Militia was a volunteer militia regiment from the City of Brooklyn, New York.

They received its nickname, the "Red Legged Devils", during the First Battle of Bull Run. Referring to the regiment's colorful red trousers as the regiment repeatedly charged up Henry House Hill, Thomas J. Stonewall Jackson yelled to his men, Hold On Boys! Here come those red legged devils again!

On June 4, 1854, a portion of the 14th Regiment, under the command of Colonel Jesse C. Smith, was called to help suppress a riot caused by an anti-Catholic street preacher named Michael who referred to himself as "the Angel Gabriel." In the so-called Angel Gabriel Riot, the regiment assisted the police in making a number of arrests.

Supernatural Media and the Trent Hall Media Group in association with the American Battlefield Ghost Hunters Society conducted three Ghost box Sessions at a location in Gettysburg which produced information referencing the Red legged Devils and Michael. This is one of the significant clips showing how deceived souls were broken free from the lies of Michael and taken home to rest.

Note that there are a lot of spirits talking throughout this clip and it will be difficult to know who is saying what so to help here is a list of believed interactions; 1) Michael the false prophet preacher and or his sons. 2) A demon named bezel 3) The men from the 14th Regiment New York State Militia [Red Legged Devils] 4) The towns people deceived by Michael 5) John the High Priest who set them free.


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