TAPS travels to historic Gettysburg, PA for a case at the Cashtown Inn, a quaint bed and breakfast that served as headquarters to Confederate General A.H. Hill and as quarters for Confederate officers and their staffs. A stable located next to the Inn (but no longer standing) was used to shelter the wounded, as were many of the homes in the vicinity. Cashtown itself was transformed into an armed camp for several days in late June and early July 1863, while the battle of Gettysburg raged just eight miles to the east. When its current owners purchased the property, they immediately began noticing unusual activity. Every room in the inn has had reports of noises and apparitions of soldiers, and guests and staff have experienced being touched or even pushed when no one else is present. Some guests check out of the inn and refuse to return, while others, more brave, request the more infamous rooms in order to experience the paranormal for themselves.
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