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"Sach's......The Most Haunted Covered Bridge"

We drove out to Sach’s Bridge last night…..A ways outside of Gettysburg, hard to find if you don’t know where you’re going…..stands the covered bridge thought by many “ghost enthusiasts” to be one of the most haunted sites on hallowed ground. 111 more words

Life Musings From A Reiki Master And Intuitive Animal Communicator

"An Anniversary Gift from My Ghost"

Today is my wedding anniversary.    I guess my resident soldier ghost……yes, there is a Confederate ghost who wanders about the farmhouse…..wanted to acknowledge the day. 118 more words

Life Musings From A Reiki Master And Intuitive Animal Communicator

Philadelphia, PA

My parents and I left Conway for Lancaster, Pennsylvania early Friday morning and arrived late Saturday afternoon. On the way to Lancaster we stopped in Gettysburg to see the battlefield. 507 more words

Lancaster

First hours at Gettysburg.

If there was ever a thing I really didn’t enjoy until these very last couple of years was the advent of firearms in videogames. Tainted by movie-like perceptions of what a battle was like: Men would bravely form up on a hill in both sides, cannonballs would roar the countryside and tear man apart limb by limb. 1,432 more words

History

Tuesday Photo Challenge - Round Up 151

Welcome to the 151st round up of the Tuesday Photo Challenge!

Thank you for a truly amazing set of Sunrise posts this week! With each new dawn, there were more gorgeous photos and great posts to enjoy. 876 more words

Photography

Mahan on Artillery Tactics, Part 4: More on the Defense

Let us continue the discussion of artillery as used on the defense, according to Mahan. And we again turn to Chapter II, verse 151…..

Those positions for batteries should be avoided from which the shot must pass over other troops, to attain the enemy.

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American Civil War