I was at my aunt's house, and it was about 3 in the morning. I woke up to pans banging together in the kitchen. I got my uncle up, and he went and checked it out. There was nothing there. What do I do?.|
Submitted by anonymous
The park on top of Reed Mountain is the most haunted location in this area. There is a known ghost in that park called the Ghost Whistler that I have witnessed myself. If you stroll around under the trees and whistle a tune part of the tune gets whistled back to you by a ghost that has resided there for as long as the park has been there and possibly longer.
As is often the case with ghosts like these no one knows where they came from. To experience the Ghost Whistler you need to be in a clear state of mind and just stroll around and whistle a tune. You might think there's someone else there whistling but there isn't. It's the ghost.|
Submitted by anonymous |
Comment by Zipman: There is no truth in this. My family and I have been going to Reed mountain for years. We have never heard this, nor has paranormal friends of ours. Their theory is you are hearing the pine trees when the wind blows as they did.
Categories: mountain, whistling, park
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