The Eisenhower Hotel and Conference Center is built upon a 123 acre dairy farm once owned by the Hoffman family. The Hoffman’s original barn and farmhouse still stand on the property near Emmitsburg rd, the approximate battle line of Pickett’s charge during the battle of Gettysburg. The Hoffman Mansion sits on the front of the property, and during the battle of Gettysburg was used a field hospital for the union army during and after Pickett’s charge. This large estate is perfect for paranormal enthusiast, because it has many nooks and crannies to explore. From the dark corridors of the basement, to the labyrinth-like upstairs, the mansion is full of intrigue and mystery. Even the appliances still have their warranty stickers, as nobody has lived in the house long enough to remove them.
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