It's a pretty standard warning at national parks: Please don't touch the wildlife.
But it looks like several people who visited Gettysburg National Military Park didn't get the message. And now, they say, they're cursed.
According to a blog post by one of the park's rangers, every few months, they'll get a package in the mail containing rocks that visitors have taken from the site.
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