During the day the folks who live here in Henlawson, West Virginia do their thing precisely the same as anywhere other, but under the surface there are remarkable things going down. Spirits are so typical in this town; scores of residents don’t even lose sleep about it any longer. Not everyone trusts in the reports the residents tell, but a visit to Henlawson, West Virginia will make anybody believe.
These are some of the spooky things that
have happened in nearby cities and towns.|
Logan 1 miles away: I never tell people this story because my fiancé thinks I'm crazy, but I like to take my kids to Logan State Park. We build leaf piles in the fall, walk the trails and go Berry picking in the summer. ...
Logan 1 miles away: One night me and my friend was walking in Chauncy, we walked up into the woods near this old abandoned house. So of course we walked in it and we were in there for about an hour so we thought. We look...
Logan 1 miles away: I was walking around in rossmore one time and it was me and my friend and we were walking near a train bridge and we looked over at it because we thought we heard somebody calling my name and so we lo...
Logan 1 miles away: I was driving over Blair mountain going around the first curve on the Boone county side. The ''bigfoot'' was just on the other side of the guardrail and all I saw was it's back as it took 2 steps down...
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