Gettysburg Journal 2013: A Ghost Story from the Soldier’s National Museum

“I bet you’re inundated with people asking about that Gettysburg episode from Haunted History, aren’t you?”, I asked the lady working in the Ghostly Images section of the Soldier’s National Museum, since the building, an old orphanage, was featured prominently in the episode. “Oh, yes!” was her response. The lady who was there today was…

Paranormal File: Haunted Gettysburg, Ghost Tour Rip-Offs, and Sachs Bridge

The small unknown town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania was transformed into one of the most well-known towns in the country, after three days of ferocious and bloody fighting in July of 1863. During that time, an approximate 51,000 soldiers would be either wounded or killed, before the Confederate army retreated south through Maryland while the Union…