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Submitted by Cass
Comment by James: I can relate. I am a sensitive who feels and hears things but rarely sees anything. I had a similar incident in a cemetery when I was five. My parents were cleaning up the family plots when I wandered over to a fresh grave. With seconds I was overcome with sadness and began sobbing. My parents ran over, and by then I was on my knees and inconsolable. My dad carried me to the car where by then my energy was drained. We left the cemetery and went home. I later learned the grave was that of another five-year-old boy who was buried just two days before. Looking back I think I felt every ounce of sadness the child's death caused.
Categories: war, battle, field, civil_war, family
I am going to tell what happened three years ago on a vacation in Gettysburg! On this trip I went on a ghost hunting tour with a group of people which everyone had to drive their own personal cars so we drove about three miles away from Gettysburg in the woods to a place called Sachs Bridge! It was an old covered bridge and had been there before the Civil War! Anyhow I was with this group and they were about it 20 people plus 3 people leading the tour! It started at ten and lasted till 11:30.
We started walking along the road that leads to the bridge which was about a half mile to the bridge! Anyhow when we finally got to the covered bridge one lady given the tour had all this ghost hunting equipment such as EVP tools so she gave me a meter that lights up when you get near a power surge! She gave the other people different ghost tools to help pick up spirits! Then she took the group just outside of the bridge next to a stone wall just outside of the bridge! She then took out spirit box and begin asking questions about the Civil War and the people whomsoever fought during Gettysburg. Nothing happened at first but about ten minutes into it my meter started flashing along with the other people stuff was going crazy since there was no power around to setting this stuff off!! Then the spirit box was responding to almost every thing the lady asked. She asked who are you and the box said Pete! Another lady asked how are you doing Pete and he said awesome very clearly! She asked how many are you out here and it answered ten! After her asking many questions l got to ask something and I asked were you killed in action and it answered yes! What a great ghost hunting night this turned out to be! The next day I found out that there was a were two spies that were hanged on the bridge but I don't know who was hanged or which side! Anyhow when I got home I bought all this ghost hunting equipment which I'm using whenever I go ghost hunting! I have great luck almost every time I go!.|
Submitted by Barney
Comment by Darcy: Strange that a Civil War era soldier would use the term awesome to describe how he was doing.
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