Saturday May 04, 2013
The band gets back together...
Tonight our guest was
former co-host to the show, his tenure hereon from January 2011 ran for a year and a quarter.
In Kentucky there's a site called the
to which one has to hike up to reach it.
Henry indicated how physically exhaustive for me it was to reach.
He also indicate how a horse ironically named
had just won the
We spoke about Craig investigating Gettysburg, and how daytime hauntings are just as frequent as at night,
but frustratingly enough, many ghosts are experienced by people not seeking out ghosts,
also that at night are numerous ghost tours and such.
In 1996 there was only one ghost-store, now thanks to various TV ghost hunter shows, there are lots of ghost tours from which one could take their pick.
Craig spoke about
on a Friday night of which is packed with people.
Henry asked about more Little Known haunted places; Craig indicated as much of the town was part of the battlefields.
Many places have plaques indicated what took place at that spot.
Henry asked about Cashtown, the
about which Craig spoke.
He also spoke of what he considers the little know
with which great history, and Craig has had some good experiences.
Cat in the chat room wondered if he'd gotten any EVPs at
Little Round Top
park, at which Craig got
some good photos
Craig indicated they'd cut the treeline at
ruining the feel of the area.
Kat brought up
with some sort of hippie ghost.
Barbara reported tonight our having listeners in the USA, the UK, Canada, Finland, Australia and France.
Henry asked about specific battle locations such as
the relatively battle-free
(Craig's favourite spot),
East Cavalry Battlefield
at which General Custer fought as well.
We also discussed the haunted
Farnsworth House Inn,
as well as how many of the fields contain countless unmarked mass graves such as
Craig spoke of the haunted
which had been the field hospital; one couple took the lift and it took them to the bottom, where an 1800's type hospital was in progress.
They couldn't get closed the doors, until one of the doctors saw them and motioned to them to come forward as though to help.
Craig also conveyed the story of the
As Kat was conveying how terrifying it would be to see a little boy ghost staring in from the window, I happened across the unexpected
Blue Boy of Gettysburg Mug,
which I shared on creeped-out Kat and
Facebook timelines and on
The Paranormal View Facebook
We discussed a few varied
From a tourist standpoint, Craig felt he would recommended
Triangle Field for paranormal investigators,
and for non paranormal investigators, go to Little Round Top or
Culps Hills Tower,
either at sunset.
Sleepy Hollow Ghost Tour
Mark Nesmith Ghosts of Gettysburg Tour.
He spoke that many of the background performers on the film
had experiences that at first they thought were flesh and blood, but clearly weren't.
We spoke of a few other places of which Craig was unaware such as
Bell Nursing Home,
and other spots such as
Stage Coach Inn.
With Craig being such a good friend, the show went by at light speed.
Craig gave out his
my Paranormal View hub page
on my website, indicating people from there can find the show's respective report pages,
that we're very
findable on Facebook,
Paranormal View page
page, and quickly adding that information regarding
people should be taking by indicating anyone with health issues
(jokingly refering to Henry's issues climbing to the Natural Bridge, with which these products would substantially help),
or those who are just chronologically...
contact me directly
Kat gave out her
on which she recently updated with photos from her recent trip to Japan;
Henry wrapped us out before Barbara could give out her