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Pennsylvania has a past steeped in history and drama. Here the fledgling American republic was nurtured into being by our founding fathers; here the architecture of cities and towns was designed to make the spirit of liberty soar in the common man; here slaves experienced the first footsteps of freedom, debarking from the "Underground Railroad," even as the fields of Gettysburg ran red with the blood of Confederate soldiers who would bring them back to bondage and of Union men who died there to keep them free.

Wherever there is such a tangled history there are always stories of ghosts and hauntings.

Two hundred haunted years have left an indelible mark on the state of brotherhood and reports of the strange and anomalous continue to this very day detailing the wide variety of hauntings experienced throughout the state.

Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, has its share of hauntings. It has been said that the Liberty Bell still rings occasionally and that founding father William Penn is still seen visiting sites he knew in his own time. Perhaps he is making certain that everything is still being kept in order as he would like?

There are reports from homes around the Old City that tell of the whimpers and sighs of long ago slaves who once hid within the walls and under the floors of the old buildings, a stop on the Underground Railroad and one step closer to freedom.

There is the story of the carriage that still tramples wildly over the cobblestones of the Old City; some say it is the carriage that bore away the slave Daniel Dangerfield to freedom instead of to the hangman's noose. Hoofbeats and gunshots accompany the sound as it thunders through the Old City and into oblivion.

Then there is Gettysburg.

The site of three days of blood and destruction, this little Pennsylvania town became the crucible turning point of the American Civil War when Union and Confederate troops met here in July of 1863.

Men cut down in their prime, the heat and fear of battle, the dead and dying, the innocent killed: All these have left an indelible imprint on the once peaceful little town, and although crowds of tourists, history buffs and ghost hunters now clutter the streets and fields, Gettysburg never fails to disappoint.

There are reports of soldiers still locked in combat, doomed to fighting out the same battle for all eternity. There are those who have heard the sounds of soldiers moaning wounded in the fields, or marching lost through the grassy expanses once littered with the dead and dying.

Ghosts are not limited to the battlefield in Gettysburg and many homes in and around the little town have spirits with stories still to tell.

In the surrounding countryside there are tales as old as freedom, tales of the strange and unusual that come down to us from the old timers who forged livings from the coal mines of Pennsylvania's rocky mountain slopes.

Come and experience all that Haunted Pennsylvania has to offer! Enter and see if you agree that Pennsylvania is America's "Most Haunted State!"

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