Farnsworth House Inn - Real Haunts in Gettysburg PA
The original part of this house was built in 1810. It was a house of shelter for the Confederate sharpshooters. At the time of the three-day conflict a civilian - a little girl - died during battle after she was accidentally shot. After battle, the house served as a hospital. Today the property is believed to be haunted by dozens of ghost, including that of a nurse named Mary. The cellar of the house is particularly haunting.
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