In April I decided to take my two grandsons to Gettysburg for spring break. I thought it would be educational for them and I have always felt drawn there and have visited there several times. I decided to take them on a tour through the Farnsworth house. This has been said to be one of the most haunted places in Gettysburg. During the tour the guides (there were two, dressed in era clothes) take the group to the attic first then out the door and into the cellar. When you walk from the attic you walk past the living room which is decorated in civil war era decor. You could tell the room was used for viewing only.
When we got down to the cellar one of my grandsons asked a guide who the woman was in the livingroom. The two guides looked at each other in amazement and one of them said, what woman? He said it was an older lady with blonde hair wearing clothes like theirs. They explained to him that there was no one in that room, but later told the group that there is a woman matching that description that haunts the house. My grandson also heard noises while we were in the cellar that we didn't hear. He said it sounded like someone walking overhead. The guides said that there was carpeting overhead and he could't have heard anyone walking. They did say later that people have heard that before; that it sounded like bodies being dragged across the floor. I told my grandson he was starting to scare me, and I wonder if he is a sensitive. I have often been told that I have sensitive tendencies.