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This EVP was captured on a bridge near Gettysburg, PA.

The town of Gettysburg is famous in American history for being the location of one of the most violent battles of the Civil War that was fought in there from July 1 to July 3, 1863. That battle marked the turning point in the war between the States and many men lost their lives. Later that year, President Abraham Lincoln delivered his historic Gettysburg Address which was given in honor of the Union soldiers who died in the battle.

The entire war is still unsettling to Americans and this unsettled feeling could contribute to the feelings of hauntedness. This war turned neighbor against neighbor, brother against brother, but eventually led to the freedom of the slaves. It's hard to believe now, that slavery was even allowed to exist, but back then, it was a way of life. Entire economies were built on the use of slaves and the trading thereof.

Gettysburg is thought to be very parnormally active and many investigators frequent the area in search of evidence. Many ghost sightings have been reported in the area.

Go ahead and watch the film. See what you think.

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