Raccoon, Kentucky Ghost Sightings
You may perhaps assume that Raccoon, Kentucky is exactly equal to any other town in the United States of America, but this town is run by the living dead after the sun is down. Some of the buried will not pass on in this settlement. Folks who have never stayed overnight in this settlement will let you know it's untrue, but scary things sure occur here in Raccoon in the dark hours.
These are some of the spooky things that have happened in
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Pikeville 6 miles away: When I went to the old Mullins building I and my mother saw a little girl who was killed a long time ago when she was riding her bike. She was hit by a car, and then there was this boy who hanged hims...
Pikeville 6 miles away: Me and my friends were in the bathroom at school, we saw bloody Mary and we figured out the school was haunted.......
Pikeville 6 miles away: When I was a small child I was staying in my aunt darkus house -in Pikeville KY -this happened around 1952- no one else was there at the time - which seems strange but I was asleep, and awoke to a ver...
Pikeville 6 miles away: I saw a man in an apartment we lived in when I was a teenager he would hold me down in my bed and turn the bathroom lights off while I was putting on make-up. And one night I was on the phone and I lo...
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