Author: Estep, Richard
Number Of Pages: 268
Release Date: 30-06-2019
Details: July, 1861. The small Pennsylvania town of Gettysburg is torn apart when two armies collide. Over the next three days, more than 50,000 men will become casualties, while the residents of Gettysburg take shelter in their cellars. On the southern edge of town, a brick house, owned by one Harvey Sweney, is taken over by Confederate skirmishers. From upstairs in the attic, snipers pour a withering hail of fire down on the Union position at Cemetery Hill. The Union soldiers fight back, peppering the south wall of the Sweney House with hundreds of bullet holes. The numbers of dead begin to mount on both sides, until General Lee finally withdraws his forces. Now, more than 150 years later, the Sweney House has become the Farnsworth House Inn. Echoes of those bloody days still linger. Phantom boots thud across the attic floor. Apparitions and shadow figures haunt the guest rooms and prowl the hallways. Join TV's Richard Estep (Haunted Case Files, Haunted Hospitals, Paranormal 911) as he learns why the Farnsworth House is rightly regarded as one of Gettysburg's most haunted places.
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