Sack's Bridge at sunset.

Miss Betty's Ghosts & Tales of Gettysburg

Where the souls of Gettysburg live on in story.

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"We had a great ghost tour with Miss Betty. A MUST DO."
      Miss Betty Patron


A Gettysburg Tradition:
Miss Betty Presents the Ultimate Ghostly Experience with Two Amazing Tours

Sach's Bridge / Haunted Field Hospital Tour
Sach's Bridge / Haunted Barn Tour

Sach's Bridge

The most exclusive tours in Gettysburg, where only Miss Betty is allowed to visit.

Stand on Sach's Bridge hearing stories of the tragedies on the bridge and the spirits left behind. Walk the path of the wounded, reliving their suffering. Sit by Marsh Creek where soldiers were swept away in their death.

On the Haunted Field Hospital: Follow Miss Betty from the bridge to the Baladerry Inn seen on the Travel Channel's " Mysterious Journeys", one of the most haunted field hospitals in Gettysburg. Browse the hallowed & haunted grounds where soldiers suffered and died. Sit in a haunted gazebo where spirits have been seen by psychics surrounding Miss Betty. Stand on the tennis courts where seven soldiers are believed to be buried and who's voices have been heard on EVP recordings of hundreds of paranormal investigators.

On the Haunted Barn Tour: Follow Miss Betty from the bridge to the Battlefield B&B, located on 26 acres of the Battlefield where the wounded and dead were strewn in the fields on July 3rd. Enter the barn where soldiers were laid out witnessing their suffering through stories. Listen as Miss Betty relates her personal sightings in over a decade of storytelling, how psychics have seen soldiers following her on her tours.

Learn to take photos of orbs, ectoplasma, and other unearthly phenomena. View Miss Betty's Haunted Album, a collection of supernatural pics taken by psychics, paranormals, and tourists through the years.

Learn more about the Sach's Bridge / Haunted Field Hospital Tour (Friday & Saturday).

Learn more about the Sach's Bridge / Haunted Barn Tour.

Why Take Miss Betty's Tour?

For more information, and to make reservations, please contact Miss Betty at Tours not recommended for those under six years of age.