Ghost Hunting on the Gettysburg Battlefields.February 1, 2011
Do you wonder about the orbs that show up in your pictures? Do you see things in the corner of your eye only to find they are gone when you turn to get a better look? Do you believe there are ghosts amongst us? If you do, you’re not alone! There are many people just like you and they seek out places thought to be haunted by people past. Much to the delight of ghost hunters and historians alike, we have two buildings thought to be haunted.
Want to learn more about our ghosts of Gettysburg? Come out and join our 90 minute nightly walking tour of either the Jennie Wade House or the Haunted Orphanage. We also hold special events throughout the year including Ghostly Evenings and Midnight in a Haunted House. Our tours showcase the local ghost stories and are dramatized with both sight and sound effects in a climate controlled environment. We’re the first to offer anything of its kind and we think they’re certainly worthy of exploration. We’re not the only ones…in the fall of September 2010, Ghost Adventures and Ghost Lab both featured our locations on their shows!
For the hard core ghost hunter in you, Gettysburg Bus Tours and Ghostly Images of Gettysburg have teamed up to offer paranormal investigations which include 2 hours in either the Jennie Wade House or the Haunted Orphanage. Bring your own equiptment and we will escort you in! We will be offering these investigations Sunday thru Friday through March 2011. Reservations need to be made in one month in advance by calling 800 447 8788 or emailing Max at email@example.com.
This month we’ll be holding several special walks including a Valentine’s Day Ghost tour, A President’s tour, and the Kick the Winter Blues tour. You can learn more about all our ghostly tours on our Ghostly Images of Gettysburg page. Tickets sell out quick so purchase them today and experience it for yourself. Then, get involved and share your findings with us on our facebook page. Want an easy way to stay in the loop with our schedule? Follow us on Twitter. We look forward to seeing you!