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posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 10:25 PM

This is now my second welcome post. Just typed out a long how-do and hit post without a subject, hit back button and poof, all gone.

So here we go again. I live in Arizona. I am married and we have a cute little baby-dude named Elijah. He turns six months soon

I am mainly interested in the Paranormal section of the website, but I also enjoy a great conspiracy as much as the next guy or gal. I've been surfing the site for a few weeks now and decided this is the site for me.

Couple years ago some friends and myself started to become interested in the paranormal. So we started visiting sites that were known as hotspots. We've created our own little club. (As if the world needed another one).

We have fun doing it. We haven't taken any pictures that had anything ghostly in them. We have picked up some audio that makes us wonder if we really got something this time. We are also part of a local jeep club. So we like to plan jeep trips to places that may have activity. Such as the Oatman Massacre Site

I guess that's about it. I think my first post was much better but this will have to do!

Thanks for reading!

BTW: I don't believe in lizard people.
And: Edit, Select All, Copy before I post. Just in case

posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 10:41 PM
link @ at your edit, select all, copy... i generally type my responses on notepad, then transport cuz i've lost some that were so dang important (to just me, lol)... welcome to the show...

posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 10:49 PM
Welcome to ATS NovusLuna

Sounds like you are living the good life!

I had never heard the Oatman story before. I can't wait to get to the library and learn more about it. Your link was a good start. Thanks for that.

posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 10:53 PM
Hi and welcome

Hope you enjoy your stay here at ATS

posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 11:05 PM
reply to post by NovusLuna


I've gone with friends to investigate some "haunted" places, too. I never got a photo of what I would consider a ghost or orb or anything. Why is it that all the weird stuff happens when you're not prepared? lol

Someone did get a photo of a window in a little town near here during a ghost walk. I can't explain it, nor can anyone who was on that particular ghost walk. It was a pretty good image of a man reflected in a window, wearing clothing from the period of the Ciivil War. And the witnesses and the guy who took the photo all swear that no one dressed like that was on their walking tour. Who knows? Anyway, this little town was the site of a rather brutal battle between the armies of the north and south and most homes and businesses were turned into makeshift hospitals. Many of those buildings still stand and are either homes or businesses to this day. My daughter lives in one of them. Creepy sometimes!.

Thanks for the link cojncerning the Oatman.I'm heading to that site soon as I finish this. And Jeeps!! Yeah, I own one. a 1998 Jeep Wranger rag top. And I mean rag top. lol lol gotta get a new one soon. Love a Jeep! I've got 250,000 miles on it and it's still kicking up its heels and getting pretty good gas mileage, for a Wranger. lol

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posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 11:11 PM
Here's a link to get you started about Perryville, KY if you like, novusluna.

posted on Aug, 25 2011 @ 12:17 AM
Thanks for the warm welcomes!

And thanks for the link about Perryville, Kentucky. Also sounds like there's a cave around there that could be fun

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