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Walk the Walk of Soldiers on Sachs Covered Bridge

avatar   Stacy

Posted On 07/15/2021 09:11:47

Pennsylvania | Gettysburg | Sach's Covered Bridge | Civil War | History | National Register of Historic Places | Haunted Places | Paranormal Activity



Walk the Walk of Soldiers on Sachs Covered Bridge


    

Both Union and Confederate Soldiers crossed Gettysburg's Sach's Covered Bridge during the days of the Civil War. Originally built in 1852, the bridge is now on the National Register of Historic Places and is considered to be Pennsylvania's "most historic bridge".

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Do you believe in ghosts?

I have to admit that the reason we made the drive to Sachs Covered Bridge was not because of the reported paranormal activity. Making a stop was because I have become enamored with covered bridges. But, our stop did become more interesting once we learned that the bridge, which crosses over Marsh Creek, is said to be haunted!

What paranormal activity have you witnessed?

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