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Old 03-31-2014, 02:10 AM   #601
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and while I didn't see this; it's still creepy as f^(%

when I was in kindergarten, my sister was 3. My dad worked 3rds, while I was at school. My mom worked part time and was home some days. One day while I was at school, my sister was playing in the spare basement bedroom. The bedroom had a dresser with a large vanity mirror.

My parents were upstairs when they heard a large crash with the sound of glass breaking. They ran downstairs and found my sister sitting in front of the guest room dresser, with shards of broken mirror glass in a perfect circle all the way around her. There wasn't a scratch on her.

They asked her what happened to the mirror. She said "the little boy broke it." They asked what little boy. She said "the little boy who came out of the mirror and went out the window."

Keep in mind I was at school. According to my parents, the circle was so close to her that there was no way the glass could have fallen any other way other than from straight above, which was not possible as the mirror was in front of her.

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Old 03-31-2014, 06:58 PM   #602
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Crazy stuff BigEZ.. That dude in the middle of BFE is the kinda stuff that you always think back to and wonder what was going on, like what/why was he out there, what happened to him you know!!

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Great thread!!! I have a few similar stories that are all kinda the same. When I lived in Virginia, I was a Civil War re-enactor (5th VA Co E). We re-enacted battles all over Virginia, most of them on the actual battlefield. One time in Fredricksberg, a friend was portraying a Yankee soldier, since it's hard to find real yankees in Virginia, and he became violently ill on the battlefield. Once he left the battlefield, he felt perfectly fine. He decided to join the battle again, and as soon as he walked onto the battlefield, he said he felt a sharp pain in his kidney. Again, as soon as he left the field, he felt fine. weird.

Another time, our company was the Honor Guard at Stonewall Jacksons grave site for Lee/Jackson day in Lexington, VA. I remember standing there in formation and having a feeling of peace come over me. It's hard to explain, but I swear 'ol Stonewall Jackson was right there with us.

This next story was started out weird and we made it weirder. We were camped out in the front of an old house that was used as a Confederate hospital over in Highland county, VA. It was cold out that time of year so one of the guys decides he's going to sleep in the house (now converted to a museum). He made sure all the doors were closed and locked before he went to sleep. When he woke up the next morning, all the doors were open and his stuff was rearranged. The next night, the same guy decided to sleep in the museum again and this time, set up a video camera to record as long as the battery held out. After a few beers, a few of us snuck into the museum and started banging on walls and yelling at him to get out of there. He got out of there all right. He played back the video and you could clearly hear us pretending to be ghosts, but you could also hear laughter that clearly didn't come from any of us. No one remembers hearing laughter while in the museum, but it's on tape. Maybe there was a real ghost or maybe we had more beers than we thought. Who knows.

Some of the guys take photos during the battles, and a lot of those photos have orbs in them. I like to think some of the ghosts are still out there telling us where the yankees are going to come from.
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Old 04-12-2014, 10:56 PM   #606
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One of the houses in the neighborhood I grew up in is haunted. An unassuming suburban mid-century split level, not a creepy old farmhouse.
The original owners of the haunted house had three daughters who were all older than me. I was in high school when the middle daughter, ‘Mary’, died. I remember the neighborhood parents whispering that they suspected an overdose. I didn’t remember much about Mary, because she was a few years older.
The father died a few years later, and the widow sold the house to a couple with a son and a daughter.
At the neighborhood block party last year, the second owners asked me if I remember anything about daughter that had died. ‘Kathy’ was convinced that Mary may still be in the house. Lights and appliances would turn on and off. Kathy would catch a glimpse of a moving shadow. Evidence of drug use was uncovered in the house, so the overdose theory was quite plausible.
Genealogy is one of my hobbies, and I was able to determine that Mary had died in a neighboring county. I am still waiting on her death certificate. Turns out Mary was six years older than me. I had always thought that ghosts remain where they die.
The strangest story that Kathy offered during the block party was when she had returned home from shopping one afternoon. She heard what sounded like wild sex upstairs. Her son was in high school at that time, and Kathy assumed her son was in bed with a girl. Their daughter was not living in the house at that time. Instead of making a scene, Kathy remained at the bottom of the stairs. The sex went on for quite a while. Her son came through the front door with his guitar. The sex stopped.
A friend of mine has been doing some work at the house, but he has not heard or seen any evidence of Mary. The few times I have recently been in the house, I have not seen anything. I doubt that Mary remembers me, but it would be interesting to see her.
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I've been not so patiently waiting for this new story all day now...
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There were multiple cars, trash, shotgun shells, tires and what not down there. It's about a 200 foot drop. Anyways, it's the closest wheeling place that always challenges me and has some trails that I haven't even thought about taking.

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There were multiple cars, trash, shotgun shells, tires and what not down there. It's about a 200 foot drop. Anyways, it's the closest wheeling place that always challenges me and has some trails that I haven't even thought about taking.

I hate to see people do that crap, why not take it to the dump, hell it was more than likely closer that driving it out there! The worst part is the greenies think that "we" do this sh!t, arrgghhh!

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I hate to see people do that crap, why not take it to the dump, hell it was more than likely closer that driving it out there! The worst part is the greenies think that "we" do this sh!t, arrgghhh!
I dunno. I always found it fun to go rummaging through that stuff to find cool things. Sometimes I'll find oil cans or milk glasses... That beetle would be in my backyard though.

People dump all over the place up here... Don't look much better than all the coal mines neither
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Update on Mary, from #606. A friend was doing some painting at the haunted house. One afternoon he felt something near him when he was up on a ladder. No one else was in the house, and he described it as one of those times when you just feel something near you. On his next visit to the house, something pushed him when he was climbing a ladder. Again, no one else was in the house. He yelled at Mary, and has not seen her since.
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I hate to see people do that crap, why not take it to the dump, hell it was more than likely closer that driving it out there! The worst part is the greenies think that "we" do this sh!t, arrgghhh!

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I dunno. I always found it fun to go rummaging through that stuff to find cool things. Sometimes I'll find oil cans or milk glasses... That beetle would be in my backyard though.

People dump all over the place up here... Don't look much better than all the coal mines neither
It's a cool spot but the trash really ruins it.
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There were multiple cars, trash, shotgun shells, tires and what not down there. It's about a 200 foot drop. Anyways, it's the closest wheeling place that always challenges me and has some trails that I haven't even thought about taking.
People disgust me...
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So this may not be as creepy as some of the other stuff that you guys had posted, but while driving a trail in George Washington National Forrest, we came upon this book bag. Just all alone in the middle of the woods, there was no tent or vehicle anywhere near, and all day on the trail we never passed another person, hiking or driving. Anyway, I thought it was creepy enough that it was there, but the weirdest part was when 3 seperate people in our group came up to me at seperate times asking me if there was a head in it?! haha...why did everyone in my group seem to think there would be a severed head in the bag....and more importantly, How on earth did i end up somewhere in the mountains miles from civilization with these people.
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What was in it?
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A severed head!!!!!!

dun dun dun!!!!

But seriously, I don't know. We all avoided it. I guess no one wanted to be the one to find the head or bomb....or trailmix and water.
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The homework for some kid named Larry Sellers.
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Hey he's famous lol
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I was moose hunting with friends at the base of the Alaska range. We had flown into a strip that we had cleared a few years earlier. It was the only place to land within miles. I showed up the evening after the other hunters had been there a coupe days

I arrived as the hunters made there way back to camp they all told story's of there day. One hunter came in at dark. He had been trying to track a Moose he had shot at just before dark. He was positive he hit it but was not able to find a blood trail. This man is a vary experienced hunter so there was no doubt in my mind there was a crippled moose we had to find in the morning.

As the sun comes up the next morning we are all out of our tents eating breakfast and enjoying my camp coffee. Soon as breakfast is done we all grab our gear to return to the area where my friend shot the moose. We have a couple good trackers in our group I'm confident we will locate the animal. We slowly circled the area the animal was shot, looking for any signs of a wounded animal. As we looked our circles became larger and larger. We are starting to think it was a clean miss, but my buddy believes he had a good hit. We looked and circled more and more. Now the group has started to disband and look instinctively for the animal. I chose to cross a small creek and follow it down the valley. I walked and searched the lower creek for a good three or four miles. By now it was mid afternoon. The camp was three to four miles away as the crow flys. I wanted to get back there before dark so headed back that direction . I worked back to the creek only to find the beavers had built a dam during the summer and had flooded the area. The creek was to high to cross with my knee high boots. Rather then spend the rest of the day in wet boots, socks and pants. I stripped them off before cross the creek and carried them across. As I stepped into the cold black water it was deeper then I thought but still below my waist. Brrr if you know what I mean. I crossed the creek ok but I had no idea the area had been flooded so far back into the brush. As I walked bare foot through the brush and calf high deep water my feet became painfully cold. I badly needed to find some dry ground to get myself dried off, warmed up and cloths and boots put back on.

I finally found it, it was a little island in the middle of the flooded landscape. I'd couldn't been over ten foot dia. But it was enough for me. It was surrounded buy trees and brush but oddly the high ground had little brush on it. As soon as I found a dry spot I set my stuff down then sat down and tried to rub some warmth back into my blue feet. As I warmed I started to hear something moving in the brush behind me. I look but could not see anything but it was definitely moving right to left, left to right and it seemed to do it quite quickly and it was not splashing in the water?. I could not see anything and could not pinpoint exactly were it was but something was definitely moving in the brush. Them I heard this Whooomp. ..Whooomp...Whooomp..whoomp. Whoomp, noise. It sounded like a drum. It seemed to come from my right side then my left side then another direction. I was turning multiple directions trying to face the drum noise. Must of looked rather funny me standing in the middle of nowhere holding a gun scared to heck, with no pants on. But the whoomping noise would not stop. Then the brush started to move violently. The tree tops to my right swirled around like they were caught in a micro tornado. As soon as they stopped the trees to my left did the same, then the tree tops in front of me swirled around also. At that time it felt as if something blew past me. force of wind? I don't know. It freaked me out. I'm getting goose bumps as I write of this experience I had over 10 years ago.

It all calmed down. I didn't wait for my feet to get warmer, I figured it was time to walk them warm. I quickly got myself together and headed back to camp.

Until now I have never told his story. I still get goose bumps thinking about the experience.

We never found that moose nor any sign it was hit. My hunting partner was so disappointed in himself, before he flew home he told me he's to old and would never hunt moose again and he never has.
Ever read the story "The Wendigo"? That's what this reminds me of.
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Haven't had a lot of weird experiences, but I'll relate a few from various sources.

My dad used to have a CJ5 back in the 70's that he'd take wheeling out around my area. He told me of one unmaintained road he took in southern VT around the Putney area. He said he was riding down the trail for probably 5-10 miles, out in the middle of nowhere, when he came upon a clearing. The clearing was lined with wooden shacks, clotheslines with clothes hanging from them, and probably 20-30 men, women and children, most of whom were stark naked. They were obviously people living off the grid out in the middle of nowhere, seeing as VT was and still is a pretty popular destination for hippies.

My wife's friend, back when we were in high school, went joyriding one night in his car with a friend out on some back roads in VT. He found what looked like a logging road that was passable with his car, so he drove down in for a few miles. The road kept going on and on, so at some point he stopped and decided to turn around. Just then he heard a knock on his window partially opened window, looked over and saw a guy with a beard and no shirt on holding a 12 gauge pointed at his head. At the same time, a pair of headlights lit up in front of him from a truck. The guy told him he better turn around and go back where he came from if he didn't want to die. He threw it in reverse and high tailed it out of there, with the truck following him all the way back to the road.

My own experience, I was out with my brother in law this last weekend in his Razor. He was showing me some of the logging/4x4 trails in the woods nearby his house. We were out probably 5 miles in the woods, and made a big loop just exploring. On our way back, we happened to come across a trail that was barely wide enough for an ATV, so we decided to give it a shot in the SxS. It was a pretty steep and narrow trail that threaded up the side of a hill, covered by a canopy of trees. We got up to nearly the top when suddenly down the trail a little ways further we happened to notice two guys standing in front of a small shack watching us. We know the land out there well enough to know that there are no buildings in that area, and no real way to access it by anything but 4x4, and it's not hunting season. We are wondering whether we stumbled on to somebody's private "farm" by accident. He said he's planning on going back out under cover of darkness with his night vision scope sometime soon to see what's going on.
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HAHAHA!!!! This was the best response I could've ever imagined! One of the best movies ever made!!!

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