Haunted House In Newville Pennsylvania
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Another place to look for information (though less reliable) is to do a google search (or several) including things you know about the site. Maybe this way you'll come up with another legend associated with the house, and you can use your history project to find out which one is the closest to the truth (or altogether true). In my experience, one haunted house usually has two or three local legends associated with it, and sometimes it might be that one is true, and sometimes you can find out that they're all made up, and that theres an even more interesting reason for that.
Hope this helps at least a bit, and it sounds like a fascinating project
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If you take the bus tour of the battlefields, check out the monument (built into the hill) that they stop at - I think its on little roundtop, but I might be mistaken. It gave me the creeps something terrible, it felt just like a mausoleum to me.
Other than that, there are the usual spots - the Wheatfield, Devils Den, Sachs covered Bridge (as above) - If you go there, walk down the track a little ways, away from the bridge. ITs strange but I felt more "creeped out" there than anywhere else, and I have a friend who swears she felt something breathe on her (warm fall night - we took the night tour there and were the only people walking down there in the pitch dark).
Anyways, Gettysburg is packed with different feelings, wherever you go
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