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Submitted by Amanda
Categories: legs, jeans, eyes, barn, baby
We just came back from a trip from morning breeze cabins, Edgewater and Stoney Creek, and we had a few incidents that had happened. My aunt got there first and spotted a man up on the mountain side, which is peculiar because there are no trails by the cabins. She paid no mind to it, but that night in my room we heard my grandmother's name said loudly enough to wake her and my mother out of their sleep. Not freaked out yet, we forgot about it until in the other cabin my cousin and aunt heard ''ma'' yelled twice from the loft when they were watching the movie. That night my mother was back in ours, Stoney, watching TV by herself. She was on the bottom floor when she heard knocking at the window then proceeded into the bedroom with us.
The last night we were there we had a bon fire at edge, and my cousin froze when she saw a man step out from the trees and watch us for a moment before disappearing again. Then my aunt slept on the middle floor living room because her knee was hurt to join her family downstairs. She heard her name called out twice only it sounded like Suzin, like with a southern twang instead of Susan. We were glad we only heard most of the stories on our way out. Lovely cabins though.
Submitted by Christmas traveler |
Categories: mountain, knocking, cabin, creek, fire
I've lived in Ellijay my whole life, and I can tell you first hand that some strange things go on at all times of the day. Out on Highway 282 close to the Chatsworth-Ellijay county line you can stand in the woods at midnight, and you can hear a baby crying. Then you will hear screams and a gunshot. There are also many Civil War graveyards and Indian burial grounds out in the Whitepath/Boardtown area. When I was sixteen my two other friends and I went to the city cemetery on top of the hill above Downtown Ellijay. We checked out some of the graves that had been there for 200 years, the presences we felt and saw were unbelievable. Then up in Cashes Valley which is in the Cherry Log area, close to the end after the 3 fjords you cross after there is an old church graveyard for the Cashes Valley Church of Christ. The church burned down before I was ever born, but my great grandparents have fond memories of the church, and they even have pictures of them in front of the church.
Anyhow the graveyard is very old, so old that you have to watch where you walk or you might cave in the buried tomb. Some of the people buried there have stones with writing on them as tombstones. Some even say died in the early 1700s. There are some very unsettling presences there, and I've been to this graveyard more times than I could count, but never at night! Another note on the graveyard is that there was an old woman whom I attended church with for years was buried there in 1998. I can hear her talking to me as plain as day, and I've even seen a presence that looked a lot like her. Also in the Blue Ridge area many of you have heard about Tilly Bend, the old Baptist church with the graveyard on the hill, I can tell you that this church and graveyard is very much haunted. You can look in the church and see an old man in a hat and a suit, which I've been told was a preacher there in the 1800s.
Also at the top of the cemetery is a witch's tombstone which even has the mark of a witch. And I'll tell you simply to stay away from that one. You can also see balls of fire inside the church on occasion. I'll let you know as well that you do not want to go inside the church at night, because sometimes it's locked and sometimes it's not. If you go in, and it's unlocked it's likely the spirits residing there unlocked it, and want you to come inside. There were many people hanged there as well and their spirits will follow you all the way to Aska Road. And I've heard many people say they have trouble with their cars not starting when they attempted to leave, which happened to me as well, and what was strange was that the vehicle had a brand new starter, alternator, battery, spark plugs, wires, and distributor. So you can figure that one out for yourself.
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