National Museum of Civil War Medicine

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Here, objects have been known to move by themselves or mysteriously disappear, and strange sounds abound. Folks say the distinct sound of a cat scratching on a scratching post come from the executive director’s office. It’s a mystery, since the place was formerly an undertaking business, and a cat doesn’t seem to fit in with the scenario.

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Geographic Information

Address:
48 E Patrick St
Frederick, MD 21705
United States

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GPS:
39.4139408, -77.4092991
County:
Frederick County, Maryland
Nearest Towns:
Frederick, MD (0.1 mi.)
Clover Hill, MD (3.1 mi.)
Bartonsville, MD (3.1 mi.)
Spring Ridge, MD (3.2 mi.)
Ballenger Creek, MD (3.2 mi.)
Braddock Heights, MD (5.0 mi.)
Buckeystown, MD (5.6 mi.)
Walkersville, MD (5.9 mi.)
Urbana, MD (6.8 mi.)
Jefferson, MD (7.5 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.civilwarmed.org/

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