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Categories: indians, yard, family, road, lights
If you fear ghost don't ever move to the Potomac heights neighborhood in Indian Head, MD. It was a popular Native American area thousands of years before Europeans settled here. John Smith explored there and documented this. It was a plantation on the Potomac. In the late 1940s houses former war soldiers were moved to this sight. Today this area is extremely haunted and creepy with the old 1970s style street lights. At night you might see shadows outside or hear noises in your house calling your name.
I used to live in a house on Fairmont Pl. It just got too creepy. The land and the houses are haunted. You can't escape it. Spirits of Native Americans and former slaves from the plantation haunt this neighborhood, also a few former soldiers who once lived in these houses. I felt a lot of negative energy in neighborhood. It's creepy scary, and it's also kind of a ghetto with a lot of drugs and small time gangster kids, so it's haunted and high in crime. You should just stay away. I'm warning everyone who doesn't want to deal with negative energy.
Submitted by Jennifer |
Categories: indians, war, plantation, spirits, slaves
At Chapman State Park there is a cemetery by the river. We did an EVP and got a voice saying ''yeah and help me.'' The Chapman's were freemasons during the 1700s and knew George Washington.
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