Jonathan Williams knew that if he was going to open a museum dedicated to ghostly apparitions and paranormal phenomena, there would be no better place than what might be the most haunted town in America — Gettysburg.
That's why he, his cousin Chris Williams and friends Brandy Cecil and Christina Barnett have founded the International Museum of Spiritual Investigations.
Located at 231 Baltimore St. in a 185-year-old house that survived the three-day Civil War battle, the museum opened in early March.
"About 10 years ago, Chris and I started coming here annually to research paranormal activity," said Williams, who moved to Gettysburg from New Jersey five years ago. "About a year ago, we decided to create a place to gather in all this evidence, so we decided to start a museum."
Small but growing, the museum features three rooms displaying photos, videos and even ghostly voices.
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