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I took random photos on a trip to Gettysburg in November 2012. If you look closely in the center of the picture just below top of fence there is a face. Also to the left of the center pole on the bottom by the grass is the face of an older man with a white beard.
If the photo is studied you can probably see other faces but these are the 2 that stand out to me most. - Ghost picture submitted by Cathy

       Categories: face, man

This picture was taken amongst many others on August 10, 2013. I showed this picture to many friends and family just to confirm what I thought was a ghost. They all agreed. To me it looks like young Indian boy but I don't know what that would have to do with Gettysburg.
Still you can see a face with eyes, nose, and the hairline. He is at the bottom left hand corner. - Ghost picture submitted by Melinda

Comment by Paul:
Just thought I'd let you know that if you research Gettysburg area you will find out that there was a Micmac Indian village located near the triangle field way back before the town existed. There is your explanation of an Indian boy!.

       Categories: indians, hand, eyes, face, family

This was a picture that I had taken in Gettysburg, PA a few years ago. I have been back a few times hoping to capture something like this again but haven't be able to. If you look close you can see soldiers standing by the road. - Ghost picture submitted by Penny

       Categories: road, soldiers

I wanted to prove to myself that ghost exist so I went to Sach Bridge! It was so beautiful!! Wow you feel so welcome until about 8:30 pm, after that the mood changed! I took as many pics as I could before the overwhelming feeling to go made me to jump in my car and go!! Later on in the week I was going through my phone pics and decided to study them.
I zoomed in on a pic I took across the bridge and had a clear shot of a soldier's face, mustache and all!!!. - Ghost picture submitted by Wezee

Comment by Paul:
I have also caught a couple ghost like figures in my pictures around Sach's Bridge.

Comment by Debbie:
I also see a image that looks a little demonic to the right of the soldier. Cool pic:-).

       Categories: cars, bridge, face, soldiers, phone

We were at Gettysburg this past July during bike week. Our friends brought us to Sachs Bridge. I took a picture there and said what the heck. There appeared an image of a Confederate soldier's head. I didn't move and took a second picture.
This time the image appeared to be breaking up. The third picture was totally clear. There were many people at the site and all were blown away by was appeared on my digital camera. I was a non-believer until this. - Ghost picture submitted by Ed

       Categories: bridge, soldiers, images, bicycle

I finally got the picture of the ghost. There are no men on this floor, none! So how is this man in the photo? Also this is not photoshopped or a picture over lapped! This is the actual picture just taken by my phone on a laptop. Also the man is see through. This is a stranger. - Ghost picture submitted by Amy

Comment by Anonymous:
This picture bothers me. I find it disturbing.

       Categories: man, phone

We were allowed to tour the Jenny Wade house alone.. We took this photo of the bed where she was laid to rest after her fatal injury. Notice the small orb over the head of the bed-  then look at the larger one at the floor level, along side the jugs on the floor in front of the trunk.
I case no one knows - Jenny was the only civilian killed in the battle at Gettysburg - killed by a stray bullet - while she was cooking food for the soldiers. Her house is listed as one of the most active houses in the northern continent. - Ghost picture submitted by Bob

       Categories: home, orbs, soldiers, battle

I took this picture by Big Round Top, in the picture you can see a Union soldier in the trees. - Ghost picture submitted by Digital


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