How many dead soldiers can you count in this P. S. Weaver photograph? Most of us know the answer is zero. Weaver used musicians and hospital attendants from Camp Letterman to pose in Devil's Den as battle casualties four months after the battle in November of 1863. He recorded an entire series of photos in this area using these same soldiers in all of the images. His ruse was so successful that even today you can find these photographs on the internet captioned as actual dead soldiers. The barren trees on Little Round Top seen in the background should have been an important clue in debunking the claim when compared to my modern view taken during the summer.