Most of the folks here in Hometown, West Virginia are merrily uninformed of the terrible riddles this town holds; this town is run by the undeceased after sunset. The ghosts of this municipality donít leave anyone unterrified. A number of local residents assert these tales are lies, but if you have the guts to stay for a few days in Hometown, you might witness a ghost for yourself.
These are some of the spooky things that have happened in
nearby cities and towns.|
Scott_Depot 5 miles away: On the railroad tracks in Scott Depot you can sometimes see the ghost of a hobo who was pushed in front of a train by another hobo. You can see him pacing along the tracks a few paces and then disappe...
Poca 6 miles away: I lived in Raymond City where Davis Dr. is now where the old coal temple is back in the 1960s and 1970s. I've seen a man walking the tracks and around the old coal temple and when I ask who he was he ...
Poca 6 miles away: Heizer creek road 1-1/2 miles out. The name of the cemetery is Big Cherry Cemetery. Strange noises and shadow people. Warning!!! Do not go alone....
Poca 6 miles away: I must first say that I don't believe in ghost. I believe all things have a logical explanation. However there are several occurrences in my life that have not been explainable. When I was 13 years ol...
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