Ghosts That We Knew


Day 281 – October 8, 2019

Tourism – Tuesday Photo / Circles, Curves, Arches – Cee’s Fun Foto / Cast – FOWC / Slow – RDP / Qualm – WODC / Day 8 – October Lined Squares

Gettysburg, the closest tourist trap to me, is also home to a very large number of Ghost walks.  And I figured it is Hauntober, and what better way to cast a little spirit out to all of you! It was a bit slow today.  Probably because it is a bit chilly, and, oh yeah, it’s Tuesday.  I don’t have any qualms with it.  It did allow me to get through the town rather quickly.  Yes, I have done a couple of the walks, and they aren’t too bad.  Some are a little more reputable than others, and while I was running my theatre in Gettysburg, I got to know many of the writers who documented the tales (it really helped me to create and write my murder mystery theatre script about Ghost walks). Hard to believe that it has been over 15 years since I did that!

Look Who I Found

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12 Replies to “Ghosts That We Knew”

    1. That is very surprising. There are usually at the minimum 5 walks advertised on the main road through center of town. And if you stayed in Gettysburg I am sure you weren’t alone!😛👻

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