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Old 05-07-2012, 05:09 PM   #31
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I was driving on the beach one evening about 2 hours till dark. I saw sole lights in the distance and didnt think anything about it until I got closer and saw that the lights belonged to an airplane and a truck. They were moving stuff from one to the other, but I didnt even slow down. Just kept looking straight ahead as I passed. I was scared sh@tless

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Didn't happen on a trail but..... Driving past a supposedly haunted cemetery at night I seen a pair of red eyes in front of me, my first reaction was a deer so I slammed on the brakes and drove right threw them. I sat there for a sec thinking I imagined it and looked in my rear view mirror and saw the things staring at me from the back seat, I spin around in my seat, and nothing...... Creepy. Got my ass right the heck outta there lol. Drive that road all the time at all hours, never had that happen before or since.
I do believe I would have had to replace my seat and my pants because I would have shit my self..
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I do believe I would have had to replace my seat and my pants because I would have shit my self..
X2 creepy. Well heres mine. We have A road out in the middle of a corn field and there is a old saw mill of it. It is said that the saw mill was used for by a pyscopatheic cerial killer who killed 3 teenegers and hung them there. Well ive been there 8 times taking friends and stuff (still in highschool) well while out there with a couple of buddies i got darred to walk in there. So i did. While walking in there i was telling my friends this is stupid abd that its all fake. Well when i get in the mill i get a cold chill and goosebumps. I hear something wisper helllp! And i felt something on my neck. Its was 90 degrees out when i went. Also the road its off is called young blood.

Another story is i went off exploring when i was at the same place and we were travaling down some abandoned rail road tracks. Well we cross over them when you could and there was a old abandoned home and i saw the door slam shut and curtins move. I was so scared. Well in front of us was a 10foot drop off and there was a car down there. We slamed it in reverse and got out of.there fast.
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Not very creepy but onetime I was running on the bike trail doing a 10 mile run and there was a little girl's winter jacket on the branches of a tree wayyyyyy up there man. And it wasn't crumpled or anything, just hanging like it would on a coat hanger.
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My brother-in-law, father and I were out hunting pheasants in a heavily wooded bottomland section of the Missouri River in November of 1985. We were moving from one wheat stubble field to another. You needed to hike through a few hundred yards of woods to a half a mile of trees to get from one field to another. All together it was about a 8-10 mile hike to hunt and about 10 wheat fields total. My father had hunted the area for about 25 years at that point and myself about 10 years.

We came to one of the stubble fields and sitting to our south in the two wheel tire rut trail to get to the field was about a 1970 Ford LTD. The odd thing about the car is it looked brand new. It had snowed the night before and there were no tire or human tracks around the car. There were pheasant, coyote/dog and deer tracks around but that was it.

We called for anyone, looked around the general area and moved on to hunt the field. We finished hunting and headed out through the trees to the next field. About 50 yards into the trees a guy came running up to me through the trees in a panic. He was talking and mumbling about being lost. He was not very coherent. I kept asking him to calm down and let me know who he was and where he was from.

About a minute later my brother-in-law came over and asked him where his vehicle was and if it was the Ford we had just come across. He said yes. We told him that we would stay in our spot and if he walked in "that" direction away from us he would get out of the trees. We told him to turn right and he would see his car about 100 yards down the field.

As the guy started moving away from us, my father had made his way over and asked what this was all about. We explained as we watched the guy make it out of the trees to the edge of the stubble field, turn right and started running towards his car.

My dad said we better follow him to make sure his car starts and he gets on his way. It took us maybe about a minute to get to the field's edge and turn to go towards the guy and his car. We all stopped in our tacks at the same time.

No car, no guy and no tire tracks anywhere. We never heard an engine start.

We rarely talk about that day, but we always have wondered what really happened.
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Now that is just too weird..
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Now that is just too weird..
We may not have heard the engine start or the car running due to our talking about the guy and slight wind at our backs and blowing to where the car was sitting. But we could never figure out why there were no tire tracks. It was fresh snow.
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Did anyone touch the car when you first came up on it?
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Did anyone touch the car when you first came up on it?
I don't believe I did, but I remember my dad and brother-in-law opening the car door to look inside for someone. One other thing I remember is that it had out of state license plates.
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When I read your story the first time it sent a chill up my spine.. Very odd indeed. I've only seen one thing in my life that I have no explanation for but it wasn't on the trail..
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When I read your story the first time it sent a chill up my spine.. Very odd indeed. I've only seen one thing in my life that I have no explanation for but it wasn't on the trail..
One reason I don't believe we talk about it, is because the car seemed completely out of place. It didn't feel right. Something was off. Even though we could explain (rationalize) almost everything, having no tire tracks and not being able to figure out where the car went bothered all of us. The car should have not been able to get to that area. Heck, the 1969 Bronco we had could barely get back into that country.
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Yeah and I imagine since you can't explain it, talking about it probably won't help.
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I have not been back to hunt that area since about 2002. We would hunt in that general area, and i don't know if it was intentional, but we never went back to that same spot. We would avoid it.
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Maybe one day you should go back there and see if anything feels odd..
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crashed plain parts in the mountains of NC wife wanted to think it was cool till I said yea wonder how many died there "HER????" I say how many people crash a plain in the side of a mountain and walk away? her face then
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I would like to some day. I know the old farmstead that was near the spot has now been removed. As of five years ago, The trail was still there though.
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Didn't happen on a trail but..... Driving past a supposedly haunted cemetery at night I seen a pair of red eyes in front of me, my first reaction was a deer so I slammed on the brakes and drove right threw them. I sat there for a sec thinking I imagined it and looked in my rear view mirror and saw the things staring at me from the back seat, I spin around in my seat, and nothing...... Creepy. Got my ass right the heck outta there lol. Drive that road all the time at all hours, never had that happen before or since.
Yea even re-reading this gives me the chills. That's messed up man! I would need a new drivers seat for sure!

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Ya it was nuts. Every time I drive that road the hair on my neck stands up. I look for those eyes too. The cemetery is nicknamed 1000 steps, as there used to be 1000 steps up to the main mosuleum (sp?), now I guess there is 100is left. Someday I think I'm gonna hike those steps at night, see if I can find those eyes again. Maybe I'll invite Peter, Ray and Egon lol
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Ya it was nuts. Every time I drive that road the hair on my neck stands up. I look for those eyes too. The cemetery is nicknamed 1000 steps, as there used to be 1000 steps up to the main mosuleum (sp?), now I guess there is 100is left. Someday I think I'm gonna hike those steps at night, see if I can find those eyes again. Maybe I'll invite Peter, Ray and Egon lol
Hahaha. Be sure to cross the rays when you do!

Super stoked on this thread. I have not had any spooky stuff happen to me but I love the stories
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Also my phone just did the dying battery notice while holding it and scared the sheit out of me. Love the late night spooks.
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me and 2 of my roomates where heading to a good trail spot i knew about. well on the way up the trail we dove past 2 horses.2 horses with the leash thing on the heads. no body around anywhere. well we ignored it and continued down the trail. after we were done we came back down and the horses hadnt moved anyhwhere. still just standing in the center of the road eating grass. my roomate took some pic that i should post but i dont have them. we then saw a guy headong up on our way down after we pasted the horses and told him to watch out for them lol. he didnt believe us at all. never saw them since then and have been up there multiple times since then
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I got a story my grandma told me about a drive back to the old family farm in north dakota. As the rounded a bend they saw an orange red glow coming from over the hill right above where the barn was. She remembered saying, "Oscar (my grandpa), Dave (my father) set the barn on fire!" we'll as they got closer they herd what sounded like a low rumble. Just as the barn was coming into view, they saw that the light was actually a ball of light hovering over the farm house. It the quickly shot straight up into the night sky. Crazy. My father would have been around ten at the time, when she told me the story, my father was in his mid forties, so idk if it was to scare me or what.
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Good stuff in here, I like it. Not exactly scary but I have found cyote grave yards, aka where they drag their kills. probably 500 sq feet of solid bones. hahaha.

Two kids I go to school with found a dead decapitated body a few months ago while riding atvs.

on of my friends found a body while fishing, he had seen the guy an hour before when he got to the river. had a heart attack and fell in.
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I got a story my grandma told me about a drive back to the old family farm in north dakota. As the rounded a bend they saw an orange red glow coming from over the hill right above where the barn was. She remembered saying, "Oscar (my grandpa), Dave (my father) set the barn on fire!" we'll as they got closer they herd what sounded like a low rumble. Just as the barn was coming into view, they saw that the light was actually a ball of light hovering over the farm house. It the quickly shot straight up into the night sky. Crazy. My father would have been around ten at the time, when she told me the story, my father was in his mid forties, so idk if it was to scare me or what.
Sounds like ball lightning or a St. Elmos fire, really interesting stuff look it up.
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Sounds like ball lightning or a St. Elmos fire, really interesting stuff look it up.
Idk she said it was hanging there for awhile.
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balls of fire

My cousin was in Korea in the army. His first night he had graveyard patrol. He patrolled the perimeter of the graveyard. He had made about 6 rounds when there was a ball of fire in the graveyard. It ignited, went about 30' and went out.

Left him shaken, but he continued. The next round the same thing happened. He said he was just into the first step to vacate when an old Sarge came up. The Sarge told him it was because the bodies were buried without embalming. The body gases would seep up through the ground and concentrate, then ignite and flash along the ground.

Still, he said it was very un-nerving.... Especially in the dark in a war zone.
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Good Thread

I was stationed in England, RAF Woodbridge, back in the early 70's, and a friend of mine swears that this happened to him. We were Security Police and working the midnight shift. He was at the entry point, in a 4 foot by 4 foot guard shack, for the ramp area, where they parked the F-4s, while I was the roving patrol for that area. We were the only ones working in that area that night, when the fog rolled in. It came in really thick, so thick that if you held your arm straight out in front of you, you couldn't see your hand.

I had parked the truck across from the guard shack, checking the inside of my eyelids for leaks, when the next thing I know, my friend is pounding on the driver's window. I asked where I had been and I told him right here. He asked if I had been over to shack, I said no. He then said that's wierd. He said that he had been in the shack and put a cigarette in his mouth. He was getting his lighter out of his pocket, when a lighter came out of the fog, and lit his cigarette. He said thanks and the lighter went out. He said he never saw anyone, never heard the door open or close, and when he turned on the light in the shack, there was no there.
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I was stationed in England, RAF Woodbridge, back in the early 70's, and a friend of mine swears that this happened to him. We were Security Police and working the midnight shift. He was at the entry point, in a 4 foot by 4 foot guard shack, for the ramp area, where they parked the F-4s, while I was the roving patrol for that area. We were the only ones working in that area that night, when the fog rolled in. It came in really thick, so thick that if you held your arm straight out in front of you, you couldn't see your hand.

I had parked the truck across from the guard shack, checking the inside of my eyelids for leaks, when the next thing I know, my friend is pounding on the driver's window. I asked where I had been and I told him right here. He asked if I had been over to shack, I said no. He then said that's wierd. He said that he had been in the shack and put a cigarette in his mouth. He was getting his lighter out of his pocket, when a lighter came out of the fog, and lit his cigarette. He said thanks and the lighter went out. He said he never saw anyone, never heard the door open or close, and when he turned on the light in the shack, there was no there.
That was during the acid heydays right? LOL

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