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creepy graveyard need thoughts.

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posted on Nov, 30 2004 @ 05:39 PM
Allright heres the deal theres this graveyard about twenty miles out i the middle of nowhere i happened to find with one of my buddies. Now the weird thing is everytime we drive there the road seems to swallow up all the light even in the middle of the day its the freakiest thing ever. Plus When your just about to the graveyard theres these two really old trees that me and my friend stopped at just to figure it out. They both cross in a perfect x like 30 feet off the ground. me and my friend tried to put both of our hands aorund the tree and we were touching finger tips just barely.

Now the truly amazing part once you go down the road a bit you do a little u turn basically and your there at the graveyard, the weird part is though that this road is like a main road were it goes and it stops at this graveyard it goes no other way not a single other house on the road until you get to the first intersection when your leaving mind you thats like 10 kilometres away and theres that lone road. Any way on with the creepieness. My friend and i we get out of the car and go walking throught the graveyard to our amazement theres no names writing symbols our markings of anykind on any of the tombstones/plaques and big tower things i think called memorials. Not a shred Of anything.

The part that really grabs me though is when we were on our way home. My friend tells me this legend of a witch from a long time ago who basically became evil and very powerful eventually making a deal with the devil or a demon or something along those lines. She becomes invincible and wreaks havoc on stuf ass most powerful supervillians do i guess. But Somehow she was foiled and trapped inside of a coffin with a big gold ring around it . The last thing he tells me is that the person to open the coffin gains her power. Now that i have a hard time believing especially if shes imortal wouldn't she most likely drain your sole and laugh and go cause more destruction. anyway im eager for some thoughts on this.

P.S. I have done a lot of research as to the history of my area or any massacres disasters, plagues, or anything that could have been made up to cover the story but have found nothing. im not willing to believe that the whole things a hoax its to complex for that and there alot missing from the details but i basically had a real bad vibe when i was near those trees and thats where i think this crazy immortal is buried if such stuff is true..

P.S.S. this might even date back to the salem witch hunts if these trees are as old as i think they are I'm gonna go take a core sample with my old science teacher if i ever see him again to verify the age of these trees because thats a long time for a tree to live and so far i know of only three or for types that have that lifespan

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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 mass grave?

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.

posted on Nov, 30 2004 @ 06:52 PM
the place definitely sounds creepy, you should really take pictures of the place, besides showing us how creepy it is, you never know you might catch something on film.

posted on Nov, 30 2004 @ 09:50 PM
Ok this is real freaky and i can't explain. My friend say he brought some people back there on a full moon and that when he got there the trees of course were still there but around this time of year actually cast a shadow right on the road. this might explain something i was thnking of before being that no one has found the witch because they don't know were to look. The possibilty is to me that the shadow of the trees locates her burial place minus age of trees plus the fact you have to calculate were the shadow would fall at the time she was buried. but on with the freakiness My friend went back and discovered on a full moon that the gravestones have writing. the weird thing is my friend phoned me about 20 or thirty minutes after i posted the creepy graveyard story. mind you i didn't actually come back on to post because i had to get some sleep before work. YEAH RIGHT LIKE I COULD SLEEP. with that thought in mind while in bed i pondered about the tree thing.

i will go back and see if i can see anything with my camera im gonna invest in a good one too one that is movie quality and does time lapse. plus a couple filter lenses i have heard of that are produced by some super geek in the town.

Iactually live about 100 kms east of ottawa. in canada. witch makes this eaven more odd to me because i thought the salem witch hunts were during the 1640s in the states.

I hope this don't turn into some wacked out version of the blair witch hunt.

posted on Nov, 30 2004 @ 11:09 PM
If there really is a witch burried down there then maybe its better to leave her burried down there and dont ask questions.

posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 09:04 AM
It does sound creepy. How old is the graveyard and what is the weather like around it? Could it be that the names just wore away? Are you sure there's dead people there? Try to take pics and post them, I'm really curious now.

posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 09:26 AM
I happen to live 65 kms east of Ottawa.
Give me more details on the location. Maybe we can figure this thing out.
It happens that I am very atuned to these places. Experience gained working at installing headstones in my late teens, and backed up as far as me and my wife are concerned, by many seperate events. (More details some other time.)

Send a U2U.

posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 09:38 AM
Blank tombstones is weird. Why not go back and take another look.If they are blank, contact your city or local council and ask about.
The trees are not strange actually, they are just old trees. Its not unusual at all for trees to live hundreds of years. The bristlecone pine has been proven to live for 4000 years plus! Take some some leaves or better still a small branch, and have the species identified by a botanist. he/she should be able to give you an idea of how long/old they get.

As for the light sucking road.. very freaky indeed ! perhaps some localised meteorlogical effect??

posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 09:38 AM
Can you show us the graveyard on mapquest or anything like that? Maybe someone can pull up a satellite image from somewhere if you give us some details on it.

posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 10:02 AM
Man, that is pretty creepy indeed! What did the headstones say when your friend called you back?

posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 11:59 AM
I also live in Ottawa and have never heard any of these stories you are talking about. Maybe you could give us more information. Sounds to me like your friend is trying to freak you out.

posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 12:26 PM
Sounds kind of cool :-)
If there is no markings, how do you know there is a graveyard?

Anyway. If it creeps you out, just stay away from it. But it does sound intreging. I like that out of the way and off to itself idea. It would be interesting to find the date of the graves.

As far as someone opening a coffin and gaining power ect - not happening, of course. LOL. But those are the stories that gave the generations so long ago something to gossip and scare the kids with.

posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 12:36 PM
Allright im guilty of exaggerating about one thing the blank tombstones. the fact is the tombstones do have writing on them i just felt i would make it more interesting with a little exaggeration but everything else is real.

As for my location i live in hawkesbury. Geographic location of the graveyard unkown as of yet. I will try to find out though im interested in finding some topographic maps to find out about the surrounding forest to see if there are any other clearings and mysteries lying in the woods.

I am also planning a thorough investigation of the graveyard i haven't contacted my friend yet but he has a video camera. I would like to do three tapings on three different nights with quantitative observations as well as qualitative. As for the trees i still think there odd because in all my years of roaming in the woods and hunting/trapping portaging or just paintball i have never seen a perfectly straight tree as far as i can remember the trees are almost perfectly diagonal and straight wich is highly odd when dealing with nature.

As for the investigation im gonna launch it in a week or two however i work the graveyard shift so i can do this only on my days off. somewhat ironic that the shift coincides in name lol. anyway after this is done im gonna make a webpage and open a new thread so anybody in this area who happens to be interested please u2u me and i will have more info in the next few days.

Anybody else notice that after you post a topic or reply it seems that not all the words you typed are correct i have been noticing this even when i double check or triple for that matter.

My msn is by the way.

posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 12:51 PM
alright i have pointed out my city and the approximate area of the graveyard i have yet to find the exact coordinates of it on the map.

I just don't know how to put a pic on this box

posted on Dec, 2 2004 @ 03:25 PM
Im launching the investigation as of the 11 of december and will continue for three weeks on the weekends as i work all week during the night. There is snow on the ground here so if you live east of ottawa near hawkesbury start finding warm gear cause im going out at least 5 hours or more a night.
let the madness begin.... Sorry innapropriate. LOL actually i am really interested to see how this works out i have never done a graveyard study before.

posted on Dec, 2 2004 @ 10:09 PM
I used to live on the shore of georgian bay (lake huron),They have the weirdest cemetary I have ever been too.

They are 2 roads leading to it, 1 is up a big winding hill and the other is 90 degrees from that coming from the east. There is a story of witch there also.

The east entrance is about 400 metres until you reach an intersection in the graveyard (this is the old part 1800's, all eroded and very hard to read), but the scary thing is along this road there are a row of trees on each side of the road so big in height and gerth they drown out the sun light and its cold in the summer time when you walk through. Me and a friend walked through it once around 2 a.m. we had to walk with our shoulders touching in the middle of the road because it felt as if things were watching and creeping out of the trees toward us.

It's weird because the cemertary is wide open so its like walking though a dark tunnel with just a portrait of a cemetary at the far end, you have the oddest urge just to run and not look back.

Me and my friend witness dark shadow like things weaving in and out through the tombstones in the old end. we decided it was time to leave.

The other entrance to the cemetary its about 200 metres and its not so bad, because there is a hill on the left side at about a 70 degree angle, but on the right there are old shacks and trails that circle through the woods, they lead to a big pond. Most of the trails are big circles that interweave, i only go there when it is day time.

The things 've seen there won't come past the gates at the start of the entrance, once you past that point its like having a weight off your chest.

It's a cool place all in all though.

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posted on Dec, 3 2004 @ 03:18 PM
While it sounds fun, I really dont have time for anything else on my plate right now.

posted on Dec, 4 2004 @ 01:07 AM
I've heard of alot of things in that area, but I've never been there. But now I'm intrigued and might just have to.

posted on Dec, 4 2004 @ 01:37 AM

Allright im guilty of exaggerating about one thing the blank tombstones. the fact is the tombstones do have writing on them i just felt i would make it more interesting with a little exaggeration but everything else is real.

You proven yourself a BS artist now, no reason to beleive any of it! I wont be reading your post anymore, thanks for saving me the time!

Atleast your an honest BS artist! (is that a paradox?)

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