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Stigmatized Properties in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States

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  • 401 Baltimore St

    Gettysburg, PA, US

    Located in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, it is believed to be extremely haunted due to its connections with the civil war Battle of Gettysburg that took place in the 1860s. The land on which the Farnsworth House Inn was built was initially owned by Reverend Alexander Dobbins, who later sold it to John F. McFarlane. Built in 1810 and known to be haunted by a confederate sharp shooter who lives in the attic of the house.

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