The Most Haunted Location in America? Gettysburg, Pa - Part 2: Jennie Wade and the Dobbin House. Is Gettysburg Pennsylvania, the Most Haunted Location in America? Join us for a discussion about Jennie Wade and The Jennie Wade House, Plus the Dobbin House Tavern. Are they Haunted or Not. Are they hauntings or not? Jennie Wade was reported to be the only civilian to be killed during the Battle of Gettysburg. Did the moving of her grave lead to her reported ghostly sightings?
Plus, Plus the Dobbin House Tavern. Reverend Alexander Dobbin and his wife Isabella Gamble immigrated to America and settled in what is now Gettysburg. In 1774 they commenced construction of a farm and the Dobbin House, for use as their dwelling and as a Classical School, today's equivalent of a combined theological seminary and liberal arts college. The Dobbin house was reported to be a slave hideout and part of the "Underground Railroad". It was used for hiding runaway slaves on their perilous journey to freedom on the "Underground Railroad." After the battle it served as a hospital for wounded soldiers of both the North and the South. As a result it is said to be haunted with numerous reports of ghostly sightings.
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