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4:00 AM

Gettysburg Ghost Hunt & Psychic Development Workshop
Presented By Ghost Hunts USA

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The Baladerry Inn is one of the most haunted locations in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. We have exclusive private access to this very haunted house. This is an exclusive VIP psychic medium event and includes the following:

Paranormal Intuitive Development Workshop (Worth over $200 per person INCLUDED)
Overnight Accommodation,
Psychic Séance to contact loved ones that have passed,
2 Psychic Mediums,
Exclusive Ghost Hunt and History Tour at our secret location which is alongside the battlefield,
3 Course Dinner with complimentary wine,
Ghost Hunting Vigils with exclusive access to the Battlefield and the Field Hospital Room,
Complimentary Soda, Coffee and Snacks during Ghost Hunt,
Hot Breakfast,
All Room Taxes and Meal Gratuity Included

Pennsylvania Only In Your State

The Baladerry Inn was built as a farmhouse in 1812 on the outskirts of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania as part of the George Bushman farm. The picturesque countryside was an ideal location for agricultural growth but soon it would come to know the taste of blood. Ghost Adventures Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania

The fateful battle that would become a strong determining factor of the Civil War took place in the small town and fields of Gettysburg from July 1st-July 3rd of 1863. General Robert E. Lee had crushed the Union forces at Chancellorsville and began to advance his Army of Northern Virginia into Pennsylvania in the latter part of June of the same year. There he would clash with the Union Army of the Potomac led by General George G. Meade.

The bulk of both the Confederate and Union forces engaged in battle at the crossroads town of Gettysburg. The three days of fighting left heavy casualties on both sides. The Union Army lost 23,000 men while the Confederates lost upwards of 28,000. With the loss at Gettysburg, the Confederates lost the hope of foreign recognition of their cause and led General Lee to offer his resignation to President Jefferson Davis. The offer was declined but after the Battle of Gettysburg and the Battle of Vicksburg, the Civil War was turned in the Union favor.

During these days of battle, the Baladerry Inn, like many other homes around the battlefields, served as a field hospital for wounded soldiers and civilians alike. The main hall was used to treat the soldiers where several amputations took place. You can imagine that with the lack of anesthesia and very little attention given to sterility, many soldiers met their demise. There was nothing but whiskey to dull the pain and infection ran rampant amongst them.

Today, there is still a blood stain forever etched into the hardwood planks of the Baladerry Inn. Forensic methods using luminol and UV lighting has revealed the marks left by the Civil War soldiers so many years ago.

Today the Baladerry Inn serves as bed and breakfast with 10 rooms between the main house and the carriage house. Many of the original architectural structures are still standing such as the brick fireplace that is the central figure in the spacious Great Room. Although it is a relaxing retreat from the hustle and bustle of the world, you should know that you rarely sleep alone.

There are many spirits that still linger around the Baladerry Inn. Those most often seen are the Confederate Soldiers that died in and around the property. Perhaps you will have the great fortune of meeting one of the Southern Gentlemen and hearing the tales of when cotton was high and the hopes of a nation died on a battlefield in a northern crossroads town.



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