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|From the top of Devil's Den, looking toward Little Round Top. 10/13/11|
There were many strange, thought provoking things that happened to us in Gettysburg, during the rainy (full moon) week my sister, my cousin, and I got to visit. We had a portable DVD player that kept coming on by itself -- and the channel changed in the middle of a program, though the remote was on the other side of the room, untouched. My sister took several photos that have amazing, unexplained balls of light in one shot, which are nowhere to be seen in a shot taken immediately after, and at the end of one of my sister's videos, you can hear in the distance the strains of what sounds like band music -- though we were in the middle of nowhere at the time, and heard nothing with our naked ears. We all felt tingles up our spines when walking through certain areas, and there are a couple of my photos of houses where it looks like faces peer out of the windows... Still, though these experiences were compelling evidence to those of us who were there, skeptics would find numerous ways to explain them away. No question about it. And I wouldn't complain if they did, because I'm doubtful of them, too.
But, then there are these photos:
|See him? Check out the anomoly pointed out by the arrow toward the bottom right of the photo.|
|Here it is, closer. The area behind the rocks, where you see the "anomaly" falls back and downward into a gully. The ghostly image, therefore, is actually further away than it would seem.|