→ Paranormal Corner: The voice of Jennie Wade at Gettysburg? | NJ.com
It certainly sounds like a human female voice, but is it really the infamous Jennie Wade?
Go here for more details on the tragic death of the 20 year Wade, the only civilian casualty during the Battle of Gettysburg. There is also a book, published in 1917 titled: The true story of “Jennie” Wade, a Gettysburg maid that you can download for free at archive.org. The house where she died is a popular attraction in Gettysburg that offers guided tours.
→ Ghost tours in Lancaster and Strasburg - LancasterOnline
If you're interested in the paranormal or history then an outing with Ghost Tours of Lancaster will be right up your alley. Started ...
→ Tales from Pennsylvania's 'Museum of Mysteries' - WGAL
Attention Gettysburg, paranormal and Gettysburg paranormal buffs! There is a new book titled Ghost Soldiers of Gettysburg: Searching for Spirits on America's Most Famous Battlefield by authors Jack Roth and Patrick Burke ...
→ Local paranormal investigative team, Berks Mont Project, invokes history to life
You will find the team's website here.
→ Bethlehem's Sun Inn hosting all-night Halloween ghost hunt - lehighvalleylive.com
UPDATE: It appears that the movie was completed and the name was changed to 'The Harvesting'. I could not find any information about the film actually being released. Perhaps it's ...
→ Haunted Hugh Moore Park coming later this month | lehighvalleylive.com
This will be a family oriented Halloween attraction with much to do for children including a ride on the Josiah ...
→ A Typical Tale | From the archives: ‘Hexerai’ in Berks County - Lebanon Daily Times
→ Little Bigfoot: Columbia’s first Albatwitch Festival remembers the apple-snatching creature of local lore - LancasterOnline
This is a brilliant idea for a festival and certainly a welcome addition to the ...
→ Berks the bizarre: Charming Forge has long been associated with paranormal activity - Reading Eagle (click the first link in the search results to read the article)
→ Historic Keim Homestead, history tinged with intrigue | Reading Eagle
Spinster sisters living in traditional PA Dutch folk fashion into the 20th century were responsible for the homestead retaining is ...
Ancient caverns, speakeasies, the underground railroad, ghosts, and beer. What's not to like about Mount Joy's Bube's (pronounced boobεhs) Brewery. They do ghost tours too.
Interested in Lancaster County paranormal? You ...
→ Pennsylvania's real hex magic - The York Daily Record
Along with the government's efforts - via the school system - to eradicate the use of Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch dialect there was also a campaign undertaken ...
→ Legends Of Hexenkopf Hill Live On - Philly.com
The event, which combined paranormal and haunted elements, featured more than 30 vendors as well as horror film actors at the Eisenhower Hotel and Conference Center on Saturday afternoon. A ...
→ Annual walk shares Hanover's ghostly history - FlipSidePA.com
One of the stops on the tour is the McAllister Inn. On June 27th of this year it was investigated by Lifting Spirits ...
Ghost tours in Lancaster and Strasburg, Pa
Photos: Tales from Pennsylvania’s ‘Museum of Mysteries
Ghost Soldiers of Gettysburg: Searching for Spirits on America’s Most Famous Battlefield
Berks Mont Project paranormal investigative team invokes history to life
Bethlehem’s Sun Inn hosting all-night Halloween ghost hunt
Move aside, ‘Amish Mafia’ — Amish horror movie ‘Infernal’ will be filmed this month in
VIDEO | Mysterious Journeys: The Ghosts of Gettysburg
Haunted Hugh Moore Park coming later this month
VIDEO | Haunted Lancaster 2013
A Typical Tale | From the archives: ‘Hexerai’ in Berks County
Columbia’s first Albatwitch Festival remembers the apple-snatching creature of local lore
Berks the bizarre: Charming Forge has long been associated with paranormal activity
Historic Keim Homestead, history tinged with intrigue
VIDEO | Haunted Lancaster, Bubes Brewery
Pennsylvania’s real hex magic
Legends Of Hexenkopf Hill Live On
Parahaunt comes to Gettysburg
EVENT | Annual walk shares Hanover’s ghostly history