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Unexplained Cases | South Washington Street

Written by: Darren Dedo
Case Filed: 05/25/19 - Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Executive Producer: Rick Garner



6,000 acres - that’s how big Gettysburg National Military Park is. Massive, majestic, but sobering. Walking its grounds, you can feel the pain and suffering that Union and Confederate soldiers experienced during three grueling days of intense and bloody fighting in July 1863 during the Civil War. All that pain and suffering has made this hallowed ground a paranormal hotspot. While the park is haunted so are the houses and businesses that are just outside its gates.

The Unexplained Cases Team teamed up with Paranormal Investigator Dan Kulick from Gettysburg Paranormal Association / Gettysburg Ghost Tours and guest ghost hunters Brian and Jen Miller. We worked with them at the Battlefield Farmhouse. This time, we had the task of documenting paranormal activity in the South Washington Street home.

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Watch Unexplained: Haunts

Halloween 2001 was the stage for what would become a trilogy of half-hour television specials. It was called "Unexplained: Haunts" and represented a year's worth of paranormal investigations. This programming was unique for its time and even more unique for a broadcast news television crew to create. This was before "Ghost Hunters" and other similar shows. We were influenced by MTV's "Fear" and "The X-Files," but we were also driven a formula: capture and honor the history of a location and weaving that together with a documented paranormal investigation.


You can draw your own conclusions from what we captured on video, audio, and images. While we certainly used some creative video to showcase these stories, the paranormal evidence is not doctored or fabricated in anyway.

To me, the most compelling evidence we collected was the image of Creekboy at 14 Mile Creek in Raymond, MS and the knocks and bangs at Merrehope Mansion in Meridian, MS.

If you've been to the locations featured in this special, feel free to comment below or ask me any questions. So, if you get scared easily make sure you leave the lights on and keep that special someone near you. Get ready for a special edition of Unexplained: Haunts!

 


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