"Where the Paranormal Family comes together!"
Friday Night (6/4) or Saturday Night (6/5)
10:00PM to 1:00AM
Tickets will be sold at the door for $50 per night or can be exchanged for previously purchased Bubes investigation
Those who previously purchased tickets for Bubes in Lancaster will have first dibs
After the battle of Gettysburg, many of the homes and barns along the Confederate Army’s route of retreat were used as field surgical hospitals.
The 96-acre David Stewart Farm was the largest of these hospitals. Despite the death and destruction that surrounded this location. The farm is a positive place with spirits whose lives span 3 centuries.
Claims of activity include phantom footsteps and reports of a shadow man in the barn.
Additionally, the area around the farm house is extremely active both inside and out. A portion of the original home still stands as a portion of the residence on the property. The house and the upstairs rooms were used for surgery, guests have made claims of seeing spirits in medical dress. The barn has had reports of intelligent responses, sightings of shadows, sounds of surgery and a variety of other experiences.
The grounds are by far the most active area to investigate and have been known to have an entire regiment being seen in the fields. Investigators have made claims of witnessing movements of soldiers, hearing the sounds of battle, EVPs, with intelligent responses. This location is one that you can't pass up!