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Mark Nesbitt Author, Historian and Paranormal Investigator joins the Fearlessghosthunter

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Join me tonight for an interview with Author, Historian and Paranormal Investigator Mark Nesbitt. Mark Nesbitt was born in Lorain, Ohio, and graduated from Baldwin-Wallace College with a BA in English Literature. He worked for the National Park Service as a Ranger/Historian for five years and then became a Licensed Battlefield Guide. His job with the National Park Service provided him not only the opportunity to spend time in all of the historic buildings located in the Gettysburg National Park, but to actually live in four of the historic houses. Living in Gettysburg since 1971 has provided him with a unique “insider” perspective. Mr. Nesbitt started his own research and writing company in 1977. His published works include: ? Drummer Boy at Gettysburg (1977) ? If the South Won Gettysburg (1980) ? 35 Days to Gettysburg (1992) ? Rebel Rivers (1993) ? Saber and Scapegoat: J.E.B. Stuart and the Gettysburg Controversy (1994) ? Through Blood and Fire (1996) ? The popular Ghosts of Gettysburg Series (1991- present) ? The Ghost Hunter’s Field Guide: Gettysburg & Beyond (2005) ? Haunted Pennsylvania (2006). ? Sixty Things To Do When You Turn Sixty (Contributing Author, 2006) ? Fredericksburg & Chancellorsville: A Ghost Hunter’s Field Guide to Civil War Battlefields (2007) ? The Big Book of Pennsylvania Ghost Stories (2008)