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Originally posted by whyshouldI trustyou2619
Ok, if you saw my other recent post www.abovetopsecret.com... you know that I just returned from Gettysburg where we had an interesting experience outside of our hotel. I'm still going through the pictures and came across these images that have me very interested.
First, these were taken in the Gettysburg National Cemetery, where the Gettysburg Address was given. Pictures were taken at Dusk, and yes there was a heavy fog-mist.....so pay no attention to all the orbs. What did get my attention were the chairs in the road. As best as we can remember, there were no chairs in the roadway (I mean, really...why would there be chairs there?.....
I need a favor, if any readers of this live nearby, how about swinging through there and taking some shots, just to rule out that there is nothing to sit on in the roadway.
I still have the original image, untouched, and would be willing to share it with someone that has a strong background in forensic photography, just to prove I've done nothing to hoax this. When I tweak the image in PS, you can make out 3 chairs. Thanks for any help from a local.edit on 21-5-2011 by whyshouldI trustyou2619 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by gemineye
reply to post by truthseeker1984
I'm a Civil War reenactor and although I haven't reenacted at Gettysburg (yet) I have heard many stories of "ghost" gunfire that are accompanied with flashes of light. Some of the people that have told me, I know for a fact wouldn't make it up and others, I don't know if they would or not, lol. It's interesting though. I've been on a lot of battle fields and the energy on some of them is almost palpable. I did take a pic that had a ghostly looking flag in it on a battle field once. If a flag can show up, I can can see how ghost cannons and possibly even chairs could hang around. I can't believe I forgot about the flag when I replied the first time in this thread. It's one of the best things that ever happened to me during an investigation, lol.