Monday, March 1, 2010

Ghosts of Gettysburg!

Tuesday March 2nd, from 6:30 - 7:30 pm -
History's Mysteries

"Ghosts, spirits and other paranormal activity at Gettysburg"
by John Trice and Pat Karas

at the Susquehanna River Archaeological Center, 345 Broad Street, Waverly, NY

SRAC presents a night for all of the history buffs who enjoy the recent surge in Ghost Hunting. Those present will examine photographs of orbs, ectoplasm and paranormal smoke on the battlefield, Sachs Bridge and the Daniel Lady Farm. John and Pat will also discuss and demonstrate the art of dowsing rods along with cadaver dogs that have been employed to locate Civil War soldiers buried on private land outside the battlefield park.Join us for a night filled with educational information, fun and the paranormal!

John Trice is the former D.A for Chemung County, current Appellate Counsel for New York State Supreme Court and Elmira College Instructor of Criminal Law.

Pat Karas trains cadaver dogs which are used to discover remains in arson investigations. Her dogs were used in a Pennsylvania Research Project to locate Civil War Soldiers buried on private lands outside the battlefield park. She is the owner of the Heritage k-9 Search and Rescue located in Van Etten, NY.

The doors will open at 6pm, with the program running from 6:30 – 7:30pm. Admission is $5 Adults, $4 for SRAC members and students. The public is advised that the SRAC gift shop and exhibit hall will also be open during this time as well and to please consider arriving early to browse these areas before the program. For more information, call 570-565-7960 or email

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