Austin, Texas Ghost Sightings - PAGE 43
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On yet another night we were all in the living room watching TV when we heard a growling outside the door and when I opened it there was nothing there...
Submitted by Y
Categories: home, cemetery, boys, shadows, noises
When driving on the pleasant Valley road bridge that runs over the Longhorn Dam I get impacted by cold revengeful hostile and eerie spirits surrounded by an atmosphere of sadness. This theme of spirits speak for themselves due to it's historic past and tragic events.
Some people took their own lives and other souls lost their lives in terrible car accidents even with children. Over a decade ago one of the souls was thrown into the Colorado River that flows towards the Eastern side.|
Shortly after the incident I felt the strange spirits come into play and the affected community felt silent. The lake nearby also adds more tragic surroundings-a swimmer's nightmare. A warning signal for those who commute or swim along this path.|
Submitted by Anonymous
Categories: children, road, cars, bridge, lake
Prior to expanding west ben white Boulevard there existed the Chaparral tavern. This incident happened back either in the mid or late 1960's where a woman found herself dancing with a man. All the while she went screaming as her vision started to see something strange about the man with rooster legs.
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