In this entertaining nonfiction novel, we learn of true reports of what some people experienced firsthand while visiting the Gettysburg Battlefield. From people seeing Civil War soldiers who haven’t crossed over into the light yet, to hearing stories of other experiences – there is something for everyone in this well-written book.
I’m a huge paranormal fan so being able to read this book based at a historic location such as Gettysburg, was something that I just didn’t want to pass up. The authors told of not only the history of the time period, but also the stories of the firsthand accounts from people that have seen, heard and felt “strange” things while visiting Gettysburg. I enjoyed this book so much that I now want to visit this historic area myself. I can only wish to be as lucky to partake in some form of paranormal experience that others have had while visiting the site. If you love reading about paranormal stories based around historic time periods, this is a must-read for you.
Ghost soldiers march in formation across a field. . . 150 years after the battle is over. Investigators listen to the testimonies of spirit soldiers before helping them cross into the Light. A fallen soldier allows a present-day tourist a terrifying glimpse into his last moments on earth.
Based on scores of investigations conducted at Gettysburg, this book presents moving first-hand reports of encounters with ghost soldiers, meticulous Civil War military history, and instruction on original paranormal investigation techniques. Well-researched, well written, and respectful, Ghost Soldiers of Gettysburg reveals the mysteries of the spirit world while bringing the stories of Civil War soldiers to life.
Includes thirty-five photos!