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Originally posted by EvilAxis
euwhajavb has fantastic, macabre dreams of hellish mansions, grim reapers, Cerberus and violent deer. He has out of body experiences and before troubled by doppelgängers, poltergeists, and furtive giants in the night, he found a mermaid at a local craft show and a suspected fairy in a graveyard.
Not dull enough to be a good paranormal witness.
[edit on 3-3-2010 by EvilAxis]
Originally posted by Trueman
What can you tell me about this "Train" sound? I never understood why that sound.
Originally posted by Erica1631
reply to post by thebox
I checked out Shadowlands Haunted Places and found that I live 5 miles from Robert's Cove where there is supposed to be a hook in a grave and a headless horseman that appears there. I have never heard of this cemetary. I will ask neighbors in my area for more information. I do know that Louisiana is known for strange happenings. I live in a home that was built in 1912. It is beautiful and surrounded by 100 year old oak trees. Upon moving into this home 6 years ago I immediately knew that we were not alone. Strange noises and voices could be heard late at night, but my children and I could never find the source. The footsteps, voices and strange noises always occur on the outside of our house. We have two large, beautiful porches on the outside of our house which was customary in the south a long time ago. I can invision the family sitting outside on hot and humid Louisiana days drinking mint julips . 4 years ago, my neighbor and my son were digging in an area of our yard to prepare the soil for a vegetable garden. When they dug to a depth of about 1 ft. they noticed that there was a considerable amount of a gray/white chalky substance. They had to immediately clean the shovels and wash their hands because it caused a burning sensation when touched. Out of overwhelming curiosity they continued digging for two days until they hit an old barrel that had been buried upright. Someone went to alot of trouble to bury it because it was 6 1/2 feet deep upright. After carefully removing the lid and digging through the gray matter they found bones! Very tiny bones and alot of them. We felt that the police needed to be called. They taped off my yard with yellow crime scene tape and carefully removed the bones. They sent them to a lab at LSU in Baton Rouge to be analyzed. I kept calling the police for information and they said that the pieces of the puzzle was slowly coming together, but they seemed very careful not to disclose too much information. They kept saying that this could hurt the reputation of several family members that lived here and around this vicinity nearly 100 years ago. Just last year I found out after investigating this on my own that the woman that lived here in the early 1900's was a baby farmer. A long time ago, families would take in young girls who were pregnant from affluent families to avoid their reputation being tarnished. They would pay these families a large sum to care for their daughter during the pregnancy. They would then pay a large sum for the family to adopt the child out. Sometimes the situation worked out well for all concerned, but sometimes the families would accept the money and dispose of the newborn baby. Yes, I mean it was common that babies were buried in their backyard. One more thing, I just found out that the woman's husband killed himself with a shotgun in the 1930's on my porch. This home really has a bad history. A very sad history.
Originally posted by whaaa
Originally posted by rjmelter
I am willing to bet that the author of this post is just posting a story for a book or something that they are writing. it is written well and categorized.
Are you making a movie... writing a book... what?
You shouldn't teast ppl like that op
This is exactly what I thought when I read the paranormal account.
I'm not calling hoax but just voicing my suspicions.
Louisiana is a hot bed of film and movie making with great film departments in most of the larger Universities.
This sounds like what screenwriters call a "treatment"
Float a story out there to get the reactions of a targeted audience on the www. and also to fish for alternative scenarios, characters, locations, endings, twists, etc.
Truth be known, I've done the same thing with some of my "treatments"...
Being as how the OP hasn't responded to many posts for quite awhile; I'm thinking he/she got what he/she came for.
My apologies if I'm wrong. Great story btw. Need a producer/director/crew?