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Categories: boys, school, field
I am commenting on randy's post, but about the curly Jefferson reference.. His real name was jefferey ''curly'' Jenkins. He was the fiancÚ if my aunt Josephine when the ''accident'' occurred. It is one of the worlds greatest mystery's that is known around the world.
The story I grew up on was he was hammered drunk when he was waiting for the horse on Main Street. When all of a sudden the horse came down the road faster than normal, and swept him away when the ghost disappeared.
No trace of ''curly'' was ever found. Many of the town natives believe he still haunts the town trying to find the ghost horse... Still hammered drunk.|
Submitted by Sharron |
Categories: road, horses
I have seen that ghost horse 3 times or so. It's a crazy sight. I heard about this tale from a friend of mine, and I drove for 2 days to see this ghost for the first time. It is a crazy sight to see, and I highly recommend it for all the ghost hunters out there.
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