In July of 2013, we traveled to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania and one of the locations we made sure to visit while were there was the Eisenhower National Historic site which is the only home that was owned by General Eisenhower and his wife Mamie.
In this blog post (and video) we will share with you different places in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania that are related to and associated with President Dwight D. Eisenhower. From when he first visited Gettysburg until his passing.
In July of 2013, we went to Washington, D.C. and visited the Arlington National Cemetery. We had 2 places we needed to visit while we were there and we did. The Tomb of the Unknown, and the final resting place of John F. Kennedy.
On a very hot July summer day in 2013, we traveled out to Mount Vernon Virginia and visited George Washington's beloved home, Mount Vernon.
In July of 2006 and again in July of 2010, we visited the St. Augustine Light House. Little did we know that in 2010, we would begin our paranormal research adventure, starting with this location.
In April of 2019, On her way up to the Parafest at Hotel Conneaut, Marianne spotted the Darrow Octagon House and decided to stop and take a look. She took some photos and recorded a video while at the location.
In July of 2016, we traveled to Key West, Florida, and one of our stops was at the Fort Zachary Taylor complex. At the time, we had no idea about this location and did find out until later on that it is haunted.
In August of 2018, we finally got a chance to go over and tour the Strock Stone House in Austintown, Ohio. This is the building that sits next to the Meander Creek Reservoir that most people drive by every day and don't even realize it is there.
In July of 2013, we traveled to Washington, D.C. and took a tour of Ford's Theatre. Ford's Theatre is the location where John Wilkes Booth stepped into the Presidential box on April 14, 1865 and shot Abraham Lincoln in the back of the head as he was watching the play, Our American Cousin.
In July of 2013, we traveled to Washington, D.C. and stopped at Ford's Theater and the Petersen House across the street. The Peterson House is where President Abraham Lincoln took his last breath.
In July of 2015, we traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and one of our stops was a the Eastern State Penitentiary. We schedule a day tour at the facility and were not prepared for what happened during the tour.
In July of 2015 we took a day trip out to Ligonier, Pennsylvania to visit the fort and stop and have some lunch. Little did we know what we would capture on recording during this visit.
During our Pre-Cana weekend in April of 2006, we stopped at Fallingwater on our way back home to have one of our first adventures together. We had a great time visiting this historical building, but did not find out the true history and its past until much later in our paranormal research.
Sitting on the top of the hill in Harper's Ferry is the prominent St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church which we visited in July of 2017. This was the location where we all met for the Harpers Ferry Ghost walk.
In July of 2017, we traveled to Charlottesville, Virginia and headed up to the top of the mountain to visit the former home of the author of the Declaration of Independence and the third President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson.
In November of 2008, we traveled to Memphis, Tennessee and one of the locations we stopped at was the famous Orpheum Theatre. Little did we know at the time, the story of the Little Mary who is believed to still visit the theater still today.
In July of 2015, we traveled to Philadelphia, and unfortunately did not get a chance to go inside Independence Hall, but we were able to visit outside of the building. It was surreal to walk on the same streets as and experience the building that our founding fathers used to create our Nation.
In June of 2018 we traveled to Madison, Ohio and participated in a group investigation of the Madison Seminary.
Located in Newton Falls, Ohio, which is the town where Shawn is from and both Shawn and Marianne work, is a covered bridge that dates back to 1831. We have been by and over this bridge on many occasions, but this blog is focused on the folklore of it being a "Cry Baby Bridge."
In July of 2006, we traveled down the coast of the United States and one of the locations we spend some time was on Ocracoke Island. This was not a scheduled stop, but it turn out to be one of our greatest mistakes.
In July of 2019, we stopped off at the Hope Iron Furnace on our way from Athens, Ohio to Point Pleasant, West Virginia. The reason for our stop was the claims of the spirit of the night watchman that has been reported at this location.
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