BEYOND GHOSTS: 2 day Paranormal Investigations at Gettysburg!
November 9 & 10, 2012 - Come on a road trip with Beyond Ghosts to the most haunted town in America!This time we visit three new locations over two haunting evenings! We will visit the famously haunted Sachs Bridge, the Dr. Runkel home that is now the International Museum of Spiritual Investigations, and the David Stewart's Farm. All of these locations played a direct role with the troops and the Battle of Gettysburg! All three locations are as they were back in 1863! The war was fought on and around all of these locations! Come join Beyond Ghosts for our most exciting visit yet to Gettysburg! Tickets for this 2 day event are limited to only 25 and are sure to sell out as quick as our last two trip to Gettysburg!
Sachs Covered Bridge is easily the most famous bridge in all of Gettysburg. The bridge was used by both the Union and Confederacy before and after the Battle of Gettysburg. It is also one of the most well known haunted sites in Gettysburg. It is said to be haunted by three Confederate soldiers that were convicted of being spies and hung until dead on the bridge. Paranormal evidence consists of everything from voices, to appearances by apparitions, and even the smell of tobacco smoke. Sach's Bridge is on the investigation bucket list of many paranormal investigators and we will take you there!
DR. RUNKEL HOME - INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF SPIRITUAL INVESTIGATIONS
This famous home built in 1801was home to Dr. Runkel during the Battle of Gettysburg. The Doctor refused to treat the wounded during and after the battle. There is also reports that a murder took place on property. The Doctor's daughter lived in the home as a recluse and a hoarder. It was known as the most startling home in Gettysburg. Some of the haunting claims include footsteps in the upper halls, and even full body apparitions. On property is also a witness tree. This property has a great mix of the history of Gettysburg along with the chilling claims of paranormal activity.
DAVID STEWART FARM - FIELD HOSPITAL
The David Stewart Farm was built in the early 1800's and was one of the largest field hospitals used after the Battle of Gettysburg. It primarily was used for the sick, wounded, and dying Confederate Soldiers as they were retreating back to Virginia after the battle. Amputated limbs were piled high outside the upstairs bedroom window, and the wounded and dying were spread out laying in every part of the home, barn, and property. This hundred acre farm is a huge investigation location. We have access to the historic home, the massive barn, and the entire grounds to investigate.
HOTEL AND LODGING
You are free to stay wherever you like during the weekend of the event. There is no reserved hotel for this event. If you would like to stay where Beyond Ghosts is staying, we have our rooms reserved at the Motel 6 located at 606 York Street. Rooms were reserved via Hotels.com where the nightly rate was very affordable.
November 9th - Investigation of Sachs Bridge and the International Museum of Spiritual Investigations
November 10th - Investigation of the David Stewart Farm
A full weekend itinerary will be emailed to attendees the week before the event. The investigation time on Friday night will start at 10pm.
Gettysburg Weekend TICKET - $80 Pre-sale. Pre-sale reservations required. Ticket price pays for admission for the three investigation locations only.
No refunds or exchanges on event tickets. All sales final. A rescheduled date will be made available in the unlikely event the ghost hunt is postponed due to unforeseen circumstances.
International Museum of Spiritual Investigations Gettysburg (View)
231 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325