Robert E. Lee’s horse is buried outside a chapel on the Washington and Lee University campus in Lexington, Virginia. The United Daughters of the Confederacy keep the ghost of Traveler supplied with sugar packets. They also place lemons at the base of Stonewall Jackson’s monument (also in Lexington, which was Stonewall’s home) because the general was inordinately fond of the fruit. I became deeply interested in the Civil War when I traveled to Lexington, Gettysburg, and Antietam in August 2010. Subsequently, I read extensively about the Civil War, particularly the Battle of Gettysburg, and then wrote about it in my first book for Crimson Romance entitled The Gettysburg Vampire. Stonewall Jackson figures prominently in my story. By the way, he currently lives in London.