Ghosts of Gettysburg: Walking on Hallowed Ground
Ghosts of Gettysburg has over 40 of the most haunted battlefield sites and 10 of the most haunted hospital sites that readers can visit on this haunted battlefield. This is a must-read for anyone visiting the Gettysburg Battlefield. Let Dave & Sharon show you the haunted sites of the Gettysburg Battlefield.

Gettysburg's Apparitions




These ghost photos were sent by Alan Cohn of alan.cohn1@verizon.net.

Alan said, "I have always had a fascination with the paranormal. I have been taking pictures at known or suspected haunted locations, even before there was such show as Ghost Hunters, but I never caught anything besides "orbs", which I always attribute to dust or whatever. I swept around with the thermometer, the temperature in one spot dropped from 90 to around 60. I moved on and off the spot several times...same reading. So I took out my flashlight, and looked across the field, towards the tree line. I did not see anything. At that point, I just started snapping away pictures, then we walked down towards the tree line. I decided I would try and enhance his image a little more (he was about 50 to 75 feet away). Once I cropped the picture, and adjusted it a bit more...I noticed that it definitely seems to be some kind of soldier. He has on suspenders, canteen, small pack, and his eyes appear to be glowing. "

Dr. Dave's Notes:
First off, disregard the orbs in the photos as they are dust particles floating in front of the camera lens. Also disregard any fireflies, but instead focus on the apparitional figure in the lower right side of the photos. I have enlarged that area for easier viewing. I believe that Alan captured the ghost of a Civil War soldier. Our book, Ghosts of Gettysburg: Walking on Hallowed Ground lists over 50 haunted sites on the battlefield that we have proven to be haunted. Check it out at our Ghosts of Gettysburg web page.



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