A story written by the New York Post states that New Jersey resident Greg Yuelling took the video while on a trip to Gettysburg with his family on Sept. 2.
The clip captured by Yuelling appears to show ghostly figures walking around tow cannons on the battlefield. Although the sighting was captured on camera, some people aren’t convinced.
Upon viewing the video, the New Jersey Paranormal Research Organization posted to their Facebook page that the ‘ghost sighting’ wasn’t actually a ghost at all, but rather water droplets on the camera. The reason most people are seeing a “ghost” is because they already know about the history of Gettysburg, and our brains will automatically try to make something familiar out of a visual anomaly,” the organization said in the post. “The entities are actually just the light being distorted by the streak on the windshield as the background elements move into the streak.”
Yuelling said: “We just went there as tourists, to learn more about the history of the Civil War and see the old battleground, where the Gettysburg Address was given and all that stuff.
“We were driving along one night and we started hearing noises, I heard things to the left and my uncle heard things to the right, and there was a fog, but the fog was weird, it was only in one patch not dispersed.
“Then we saw these shapes moving in the darkness, they were the size of humans, one of them ran right through the cannon.”
Yuelling said the situation “was weird, it was scary, it was crazy. My uncle got so scared he rolled up the window.”
Source : The Sun