- The Farnsworth House predates the
civil war and was built in 1810.
- Location of the Gettysburg Farnsworth
House is 400 block Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
- Today the Farnsworth House serves as a
Bed & Breakfast.
- The haunted Farnsworth house is said
to have at least 10 ghosts or spirits.
- The Farnsworth House is listed on the
Register of Historic Places.
Ghosts of Gettysburg
Photos of the Farnsworth House and
Farnsworth House History, Gettysburg Historic Sites.
The historic Farnsworth house was witness to
the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863. The south side of the Civil War era
Farnsworth house still scarred with 100 plus bullet holes, is a reminder
of the three day cataclysmic battle fought here. Confederate sharpshooters
occupied the Farnsworth House taking shots at Union soldiers.
Historic Farnsworth House located on Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Farnsworth House picture taken in June 2004.
Haunted Farnsworth House
The Farnsworth house is possibly best known as
being haunted. According to the Travel Channel, The Farnsworth House is on
the top 10 most Haunted Inns. More than 10 spirits are said to be dwelling
haunted Farnsworth house. Often the most talked about intriguing
Farnsworth ghost stories, is that of a little boy who apparently was
killed by horse and carriage while playing in front of the Farnsworth
homestead. The ghost of the small boy resides here. People visiting the
haunted Farnsworth home often hear items being moved in the attic area,
and voices coming from unseen persons.
You can listen to many more scary Farnsworth House
ghost stories by attending the Candlelight Ghost tours..
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