posted on Nov, 30 2004 @ 06:48 PM
OK that is creepy.
I have a few questions.
Where area of the US do you live?
What is the name of the graveyard, or the name of the road, is there any identification anywhere?
What is the deal with the blank tombstones?
If you are going to put a tombstone over someone, you would expect a name or date or something. Unidentified dead? Maybe civil war soldiers, like a
If they were trying to cover-up or confuse the location of the Witch's actual burial site, then why use blank tombstones, and not just make up some
names? Is it a "mock" graveyard for a movie set? Or maybe they had a Cemetery blow-out sale, and someone wanted to build there own graveyard, and
thus the lack of names.
Or... maybe they really were trying to cover up the witch's burial location, and weren't smart enough to fake some names to help gloss over the
cover-up. When your that freaked out about a witch and event like that, intelligent thought can go out the window!
Still seems real sketchy!
And the road you say.. goes nowhere but to this graveyard?
Is the graveyard abandon? Is it kept up? Is it a gravel road, or paved? Are there city/county records?
The gold ring around the coffin thing is interesting too. Maybe the gold is needed to contain her?
There is a little graveyard similar to the one you describe near where I grew up, and I can't help but picture that graveyard, but without the
strange trees, and road to nowhere, and strange darkness, blank tombstones etc.
So let us know when you go out and start digging under those crossed trees.