Seaboard, North Carolina Ghost Sightings
To the outsider Seaboard, North Carolina appears like a customary municipality, but there are ghosts in this municipality, and they come into sight during the moonlight hours. There have been a lot of incidents with persons from another zone. Not everyone believes in the reports the local residents tell, but only some of the residents of Seaboard are alive.
These are some of the spooky things that have happened in nearby cities and towns.
Emporia 13 miles away: It was June of 2003 when my family and I were relocating to Virginia Beach, VA. I had driven this route many times before but had never seen anything as bizarre as I had witnessed that night. It was i...|
Emporia 13 miles away: The legend of ''the shining tombstone'' at Round Hill Cemetery on Brink Road near Emporia Virginia is a genuine phenomenon that occurs whenever there's enough moonlight to fill up the cemetery and it ...
Emporia 13 miles away: I went to Round Hill Chapel Cemetery on Brink Road one night with some relatives of mine who had told me about the legend of the phenomenon known as ''the shining tombstone''. The moon was three quart...
Emporia 13 miles away: Being seeing ghost for quite sometime in Emporia VA on Lee Street. What is going on....
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