Lady In White: Haunted GettysburgThis is not about the Civil War, but a love story, after the war, that has a terrible ending in Gettysburg. The story about "The Lady In White" goes...
Gettysburg: Haunted House On The BattlefieldThe Weikert House is located in the middle of the famous Battlefield of Gettysburg, where Sedgewick, Slocum and United States Avenues all come together. This was a field hospital for the troops. And the yard become a burial ground. Just how haunted is the Weikert House?
Take A Ghost Walk At Haunted Savage MillIf you love haunted history, you will like this ghost walk in Howard County. Your Charles Dickens like tour guide, takes back in time to tell the stories of loss and mystery. The tour is suitable for school aged children and it takes about an hour to complete.
Ghosts Gettysburg: Little Round TopOne of my favorite "Old Haunts", is Gettysburg. I visit this little historic town in PA, every October. Yes, searching for a few "ghosts". Each year I learn something new about the American Civil War. A few of my ancestors fought on the Confederate side. So, I am naturally drawn to this area. Read the ghostly encounter and check out my Little Round Top photo gallery, on a splendid Fall afternoon...
Ellicott City: Ghosts And TrainsTake a tour of the old B & O Train station, (photo gallery) read about it's history and it's "ghostly" connection...
Haunted MD: Kitty Knight HouseI had what my husband and I believe, was a ghostly encounter when we stayed there for our 11th wedding anniversary. Many believe the ghost of Kitty Knight still roams the halls of this old house. She had a big role in the war of 1812. So what is this famous Marylander's story? Is Kitty a kind "ghost"?
See Maryland's Famous Wild, Swimming Horses
A Few Fourth Of July MythsFact or fiction, check out some of famous historical moments or were they..., in America history...
Preakness: Where To Buy A Fancy HatIt's that time of the year, when ladies at the track bring their best game....the Preakness Hat game!
St. Patrick's Day: Guinness Facts And How To PourGuinness becomes very popular this time of the year. From toasting to cooking, this Irish stout has its place on March 17. My husband and I are using a little Guinness in our crock pot for our feast later. Find out how much Guinness is consumed on this wearing of the green day.
St. Patrick's Trivia About BaltimoreSee how well you know Baltimore's Irish traditions and trivia.  Here's the first question: Which Baltimore community is named for an Irish town?<!--
St. Patrick's Day Shamrock: The Legend And RitualThe history of the clover and a crazy ritual called "drowning the shamrock"...

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