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We taped the doors to the entry ways shut. They flung open we tried to run. The stairs were. Uneven. I was pushed. Broke my arm. My dad thought what he wanted to. Oh the girls just hate the house. There making up storys.
We slept outside for the reminder of the summer. When we looked up at the upstair window there was a mans face. We moved two Streets away. Every time I passed the house since. I felt like I was getting stared at.

I know the girl
    that lives in my roon now. She locks her closet. She says it gives her weird vibes. The house... Was truely haunted..
Submitted by Pearl

       Categories: home, girls, face, closet

Grizz and friends I was just down there couldn't find it where exactly was it?.
Submitted by Cj


If you drive down old San Antonio road in Cedar Creek by the 2 happy face water towers going toward litton springs abut 5 miles, you will come across a gate on the right side that seems to be there 4 no reason.About 7 years ago that gate was not there, it was just a dirt road about 70 yds long that lead to a different gate that lead to a field. If you were to turn to the right there is a barbed wire fence about 5 and a half feet tall.Behind this fence with no opening is a grave yard. My friends and I have been there 5 times 3 times with video camera but it died within minutes each time. We went there around midnight to 3 each time.We could here bats in the trees leading up the dirt road. Upon inspecting the video when we got home you could here a lady clearly screaming in the distance. When we were in the graveyard there were at least 20 unmarked graves and at least 40 0thers all in a 40 yd by 50 yd area.We used a Ouija board asking ? 's that we would not know like age when passed and names. The Ouija board spoke true we examined the headstones to see if it worked oh it did. The first time we went it was me and 2 others we were in a circle with the board in the middle.After about 45 min we heard this noise that sounded like static that quickly became deafening. I got up and ran towards the fence and jumped over out of the grave yd. One of my friends ran deeper into the grave yard down a path we had discovered when we were examining the area.Down that path was a black cross on a tree below dirt covering a decayed piece of wood covering an indention in the ground. My other friend sat there as if in shock. I was yelling at them both to get out of there, after a growling min.They finally ran and jumped out as well. This grave yard was a Spanish site with graves from the 1700's up to the 1900s. When you step foot in this site you think man the ground is really unlevel but in reality you are constantly walking on unmarked graves, crazy right.We went back several more times with unexplained things happened every time. For instance one time all the Ouija board said when I brought my brother was leave then the eye like piece would slide toward my brother which was also the way out.Many other things happened at this site. It is truly haunted.

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