Rain falls from a perfectly cloudless sky; or it falls in a faucet-like steady stream or in an impossibly localized fashion. Water drips from a ceiling above which are no pipes; sometimes the ceiling is even dry. The causes for these water phenomena are inexplicable, yet they have occurred on numerous occasions throughout history - and continue to take place. April, 1842 - It was documented that water poured from the sky in a steady stream over a particular small point in
Servant's Olde Thyme Photos (237 Steinwehr Ave.) is the current business residing in what is known as the Reynolds Death house. It is in this building that General Reynolds, the first Union General killed in the Battle of Gettysburg, died.