Gettysburg ghost-hunting summit cancelled





The ghost-hunting summit that was expected to attract more than 500 paranormal investigators to Gettysburg in June has been canceled.

The Gettysburg National Military Park's policy against organized paranormal investigations on the battlefield is the main reason for the cancellation of the G4 Summit, organizer Kerry Eble-Keller said.

"It was just not what it could be," Eble-Keller said Tuesday.

Had things gone as planned, it would have been the first year for the event. As many as 540 people were registered to attend, he said.

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