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Scott Bumgarner, 55, from North Carolina, a 'hardcore' reenactor since 1988 with the 28th North Carolina Infantry, who participates barefoot, and had 12-15 relatives that served for the Confederate army, poses for a portrait on the final day of a four day Gettysburg Anniversary Committee 150th Gettysburg reenactment in Gettysburg, PA on July 7, 2013. "Reenacting is living history; it keeps the history alive and gets people to get a taste of it," he said. "Everything is here but the blood but they can get that in the movies."
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Scott Bumgarner, 55, from North Carolina, a 'hardcore' reenactor since 1988 with the 28th North Carolina Infantry, who participates barefoot, and had 12-15 relatives that served for the Confederate army, poses for a portrait on the final day of a four day Gettysburg Anniversary Committee 150th Gettysburg reenactment in Gettysburg, PA on July 7, 2013.  "Reenacting is living history; it keeps the history alive and gets people to get a taste of it," he said.  "Everything is here but the blood but they can get that in the movies."