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Mark Nesbitt

Special Guest

Biography:

Mark Nesbitt is a former National Park Service Ranger/Historian. He started his own research and writing company in 1977 and has done research and advertising copy for some of America's best historical artists. Mark is the author of several books on the Ghosts of Gettysburg and his stories from the Ghosts of Gettysburg Book series spawned the commercially successful "Ghosts of Gettysburg Candlelight Walking Tours" in 1994. The tours continue to entertain hundreds each night from March through November. In addition, many of his stories have been seen on numerous television programs and specials.

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Ghosts of Gettysburg

Author Mark Nesbitt shared stories of ghosts and apparitions seen in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania which was host to the bloodiest battle of the Civil War, where approximately 50,000 soldiers lost their lives over a 3-day period. Curiously, even before the battle in 1863, a ghostly visitation of George Washington leading an army was seen on the site, he noted. ... More »

Host: George Noory
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