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CREEPY: Video Shows Ghostly Figures Run Across Road in Gettysburg

At a time when the nation is as divided as ever, it’s hard to ignore this stunning video.

As our nation continues to find itself divided down disparate political lines, there has been much speculation as to just how unique our current situation is.

Some comparisons have been made to the 1960’s, and certainly the racially-charged reckoning we are seeing today does resemble the events leading up to the passage of The Civil Rights Act.

But then there is the frustration and angst and LA Riots of the mid-90’s, which themselves were kicked off by an incident of extreme police brutality against Rodney King.

Others, however, are far more concerned for our nation than that.  They see us on a path toward Civil War, and they believe that we are as divided now as we were 160 years ago.

And maybe that’s what has the spirits of Gettysburg so riled up?

Greg Yuelling, 46, said he and his family had driven to the site as tourists “to learn more about the history of the Civil War and see the old battleground where the Gettysburg Address was given.”

“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,” Yuelling told The Sun.

He said he saw shapes “the size of humans” moving in the darkness.

“It was scary, it was crazy. My uncle got so scared he rolled up the window,” Yuelling told the outlet.

Few would have believed him…until Greg produced the following video:

Of course, naysayers have already suggested that these “ghosts” were nothing more than an illusion, caused by the reflection of the car’s headlights bouncing off of the rain-slick cannons and back into the windshield of the vehicle.

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