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Gettysburg’s Most Haunted

The Battlefield, the town, the panic and the horror, residents fleeing…possibly the turning point of the civil war. Almost no other battle in the history of the United States seemed to have gained more attention, brought more visitors to its hallowed grounds, or struck a chord so deep at the heart of America. Was it the almost incomprehensible loss of life? Perhaps it was the warfare, bloody battlefields, and unbelievable chess matched played by some of the greatest military minds in American History? What is still uncertain is how deep those blood-saoked fields and revered gravestones where Lincoln gave his historical Gettysburg address–how deep they cut to the heart and soul of America…and how they may have blurred the line between life and death for soldiers and generals, townsfolk and foreigners, friends and enemies, families and individuals…to the point where many believe they still haunt the bloodied grounds of battlefield and town alike. What is absolutely certain is that amidst the unexplained and unbelievable, Gettysburg has and always will remain on the list of America’s Most Haunted Cities.

The Farnsworth House Inn

Located in the infamously haunted city of Gettysburg, PA, the Farnsworth House Inn was built around 1810 and operates as...

Gettysburg’s East Cemetery Hill

East Cemetery Hill -- The Battle of Gettysburg was fought July 1–3, 1863, in and around the borough of Gettysburg, Pen...

Gettysburg’s Hospital Woods

The Battle of Gettysburg was fought July 1–3, 1863, in and around the borough of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. On one side...

Gettysburg’s Haunted Battlefields – Triangular Field

Civil War enthusiasts swear that the battle near the small Pennsylvania town in 1863 was the bloodiest of the entire war...

Evergreen Cemetery: A Strategic Spot

Evergreen Cemetery, also once known as Citizen's Cemetery, is a historic almost 30-acre rural cemetery located just ou...

Haunted Cemeteries of Gettysburg: Chilling Reminders of Our Civil War

Did you know that most cemeteries are not considered haunted? Indeed, the place where bodies are interred is believed ...

Generals and Villains : The Ghosts of Gettysburg

Gettysburg Battle Grounds Plan. Image Source: Flickr The Civil War was a divisive time in the history of th...

National Homestead: The Children’s Orphanage

The Battle of Gettysburg left the town ravaged -- bullet holes in civilian homes, the bodies of the dead and dying sca...

The Blood of Big Round Top at Gettysburg

One of the most haunted spots in Gettysburg, Big Round Top Any quick Google search about Gettysburg and Big Round Top...

The History of Haunts at Little Round Top

Any quick Google search about Gettysburg fills a browser screen with results of battlefield tales, stories of soldier's...

Gettysburg: 150 Years of Hauntings

Gettysburg and Ghosts Gettysburg’s history is intrinsically connected to hauntings. Multiple books, movies,...

Gettysburg’s Haunted Hoffman Mansion

The Hoffman Mansion, once Hoffman Farm, was a 123-acre dairy farm owned by the Hoffman family. The mansion is at East ...

Lingering Guests: Gettysburg’s Most Haunted Inns

Largely considered to be the bloodiest of any infighting to ever take place on American soil, much of Gettysburg becam...

Cashtown Inn and its Resident Haunts

Gettysburg is known the world over for its ghostly activity and involvement in the American Civil War. The Battle of G...

The Daniel Lady Farm

The Daniel Lady Farm played an essential part in the Battle of Gettysburg. The farm grows history, inside and out. Wit...

The Sach’s Covered Bridge and its Hauntings

Most places associated with the American Civil War are considered haunted, hallowed, or cursed. The terrible energies ...

Ghosts of Historic Gettysburg National Cemetery

Specters & Spooks of Gettysburg National Cemetery  Gettysburg. Just the name alone conjures images of fierce bat...

The Jennie Wade House

The Jennie Wade House --- a tragic tale A sad story, Jennie's is. She was the only direct civilian casualty during th...

Phantoms of Devil’s Den

With a name like Devil's Den, it's no surprise that this Gettysburg location is considered one of the darkest and most...

The Ghosts of Gettysburg College

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania is known to many ghost-hunters and historians as one of the most haunted locations in the Uni...

The Gettysburg Hotel

  Anyone who hears Gettysburg's name knows just how historically important and unbelievably haunte...

Ghosts of the Gettysburg Battlefield

The terrors of the Gettysburg Battlefield are world-famous, well-known, and always remembered. One of the nation’s b...

Iverson’s Pits – Gettysburg’s Bloody Battlefield

On July 1st, 1863, Alfred Iverson ordered his brigade across an open field known as Iverson's Pits at Gettysburg. His ...

Phantoms of War: Ghosts of the Haunted Battlefields of Gettysburg

Out of all the wars fought by humanity in its conflict-laden history, no other battlefield has witnessed so many death...
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