Gettysburg PA is home to one of the most haunted places in the state, Battlefield Bed and Breakfast. Come Explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
Built 1809 as a single family fieldstone farmhouse with a wooden summer kitchen and barn. In 1863 the house was home to abolitionists Cornelius and Anna Houghtelin. During the battle of Gettysburg, it was the site of a cavalry charge and battle that raged during Pickett's Charge, now known as the South Cavalry Battlefield. It was also the headquarters and camp of General Wesley Merritt's Headquarters and the barn was used as a hospital.
The stories of activity at this location include a soldier still appears throughout the homestead and the property, the spirit of a young girl who has been witnessed by guests, footsteps that are heard on the stairs and doors that unlock by themselves. There are also reports of a cold hug from a ghostly child, a lantern that shines in a field nearby and hearing whispers throughout the property. Battlefield B & B has been featured on both Ghost Hunters and Paranormal State.
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