The Ghost Gathering loves historical locations, and Fort Mifflin is another one of our favorites. Situated on the Delaware River, Fort Mifflin is famous for being "The Fort that saved America". It dates back pre-revolution, and in 1777 the British attacked the fort and it is said over 10,000 cannon balls were shot at the fort. While the battle was going on it allowed George Washington and the Continental Army to repair their camp at Valley Forge, and allow the army to regroup. Fort Mifflin was active through World War I and II. It at one time housed confederate prisoners. It is an amazing historical location. We were at the Fort a few times, and always had some kind of activity. Members were touched, heard the walking of boots while in the Powder Magazine. Doors closed on their own, pebbles were thrown at members, walking was heard in the room above the soldiers barracks. Members reported the sensation of being watched, tapping was heard on the ceilings above members while in the casemates. Shadow figures were noted in both the casemates and the officers barracks. We really loved our time investigating at Fort Mifflin, and hoping to return very soon.