The Haunting of Sachs Bridge - Our Haunted Travels

The Haunting of Sachs Bridge - Our Haunted Travels

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In this video, Boris will share with you some of the urban legends, ghosts stories and folklore, and some hidden potential ghosts caught on camera. You do not want to watch this one alone in the dark... or do you?

The Sachs Covered Bridge, also known as Sauck's Covered Bridge and Waterworks Covered Bridge, is a 100-foot (30 m), Town truss covered bridge over Marsh Creek between Cumberland and Freedom Townships, Adams County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The bridge was also known as the Sauches Covered Bridge at the time of the Battle of Gettysburg. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

During the American Civil War, both the Union and Confederate Armies used the bridge in the Battle of Gettysburg and its aftermath. It is reportedly known to be severely haunted as a result.

PANICd Paranormal History Videos - Our Haunted Travels is a series of paranormal history videos that we provide the history of the location, the ghost stories and folklore, the paranormal claims, our personal experiences, and why we believe the location could be haunted. Be sure to follow along with our adventures where we feature a new location we have visited each week at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeR87tOJNyYu3KnhCbfQByVmmK0wT6BHO

Ghost Stories and Folklore are paranormal history videos that will cover the paranormal claims at the particular locations. On occasion, we may deviate from a location and provide some sort of creepy pasta or urban legend video. These videos are narrated by our mascot "Boris" to add that special creepy effect to the videos. So sit back, listen, and enjoy. You can see the complete catalog of Ghost Stories and Folklore Videos we have at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeR87tOJNyYuBv0BXC7T8VjurIvqpBRzX

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