In my last story I told you about Jeremy the ghost boy who died in the Farnsworth House B&B in Gettysburg in the 1800's. He was playing horse and wagon tag out front when he slipped and was tragically run over. He died shortly there after in what is now the Sarah Black room, under the care of their midwife. My wife and I have experienced Jeremy in every room in the BB&B, he is a very active ghost! One of his favorite things to do is play with little block letters which he changes or moves. HI JEREMY became JEREMY HI when we weren't looking and HI appeared at our door when we were leaving one time. On another night we heard the floor creaking in our room and the blocks moving on the table next to our bed. We invited Jeremy to play with plastic farm animals that had been set out on the window sill and to see if he could turn the rooster around as it was going the wrong way.
In the morning we saw that the block letters were all messed up and the rooster had indeed been turned around and was facing the same way as all the other animals!
Most of our experiences have been in the Shoultz room and I am attaching a picture taken on my first trip which shows black mist, an orb in front of the bed post, and an image reflecting in the bathroom mirror that is not me! I determined this image to be a woman wearing 1800's clothing and a lacey bonnet. Dave who was doing the ghost walk out of the Farnsworth, said we captured Catherine Sweeney, who owned the property during the Civil War and still resides there.
Another Shoultz Room experience involved a nerf ball left on our suitcase for Jeremy to play with, it sat for the stay untouched until shortly before we left. We looked but could not find it so we left for home where upon unpacking discovered it in the suitcase under all the clothes! Another time my wife placed a breakfast ticket in the trash as we were leaving the Farnsworth House. When we got into the car she opened her purse for something and there was the paper ticket she had just thrown out!
I have more, but will stop here so this does not become a novel.