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originally posted by: knowledgehunter0986
a reply to: djz3ro
I'm glad you're enjoying these, I really enjoyed making them. I'm making another thread as we speak, but in a little bit of a different direction.
Thanks for reading! Oh, and share away, I'm always looking forward to new stories
originally posted by: BiffJordan
Mel's Hole... while a great story, totally resembles the over active imagination of a madman. That's a lot more believable than anything in his story. There is absolutely zero proof or corroboration from anyone.
When asked by the magistrate what he had to say in explanation of the matter, Mr. Cumpston, who had an impediment in his speech, said he and his wife had been staying at Clifton; but, intending to proceed to Weston-super-Mare that morning, they came down and engaged a room at the Victoria Hotel, being near the railway station. They were alarmed at about four o'clock in the morning by terrible noises which they could not explain, and which frightened them very much. The bed seemed to open, and did all sorts of strange things. The floor, too, opened, and they heard voices. They were so terrified that they opened their bed-room window and leapt out.
Mrs. Cumpston, also, gave her version of the affair. She said they heard terrible noises at about four o'clock in the morning. The floor seemed to be giving way. It certainly opened, and her husband fell down some distance, and she tried to get him up. What they said was repeated every time they spoke. Being very much frightened she asked her husband to fire off his pistol, which he did, into the ceiling. The noises continuing, they got out of the window, but she did not know how. When they got outside she asked her husband to fire off his pistol again. They then ran up to the railway station...