posted on Apr, 13 2016 @ 01:08 AM
I've never really gotten it from a house, but I got it from a business.
When I was around 12 or so my Mom and I were driving to Eastern WA (Australians just got confused) to go see a horse. We stopped into this little
restaurant and it was BIZARRE. The energy in that place was nuts, we ordered and gave each other that WTF face after a minute or two. None of the
patrons were talking. There were probably 30 packed tables/booths, and NO ONE was talking.
You know that feeling when you're outside at night and sort of psych yourself out, that crawling feeling on your back like something is watching you?
Like you want to run but expect to get tackled by the thing following you? Whole time.
We ate super fast, didn't finish, and basically booked it out.
I think the logical explanation is that it was a small town, there was a fight or something, and everyone felt uncomfortable, but it still bugs me.
Actually just mentioned this to my Mom the other day because I wanted to find the location. Can't quite remember, near Cle Elum/Ellensburg.
Another place that gave me the creeps was a part of a pasture where a horse had gotten her head stuck and died. Gave me the heebie jeebies. The
horses didn't like that spot either.
Last place is Seattle Underground. I took my Grandmother a few years back since she'd never been, and I got a huge rush of uncomfortable at one
point. Nope nope nope. I wanted to bolt. Not normal anxiety I get when driving over a bridge or something, this was more primal nope.
ETA: 30 tables seems generous, I would guess 50 people.
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