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The shining Tombstone, troll bridge and route 666 are some of the scariest places I have ever been. However the only place I actually saw something unexplainable was the shining Tombstone. A green ball of light appeared above the Tombstone and started jumping from one to the next.
Truly freaky and unexplainable.
Submitted by Chris

Comment by Matt: I've seen ''the shining Tombstone'' at round hill chapel on brink road a few years back and I discovered that there was more than one Tombstone in that cemetery that glows whenever the moon is out. It's an interesting phenomenon for certain.

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Lived in a Civil War era house. Woke up one night to find a man in a Confederate uniform standing in my room. I closed my eyes for a few seconds and he disappeared. We also had several instances of personal belongings disappearing and reappearing a few weeks later with no explanation.
Submitted by William


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