Nacogdoches, Texas Ghost Sightings - PAGE 17
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We walked around the graveyard next to the church using a flashlight to check the names and dates on the grave markers. Turns out, a lot of them died on the same day. This scared my friend because he didn't even know the ones that died were buried right there.
I think he surprised himself when he realized it was true. After that one of the girls that was with us started screaming and we all ran towards the car and jump the fence to get back on
the road. She found a fresh grave that the dirt was still piled high and freaked out.|
Submitted by Echo
Categories: man, girls, road, cars, church
Like I said before, hatchetman Rd wasn't my last scary experience. This one is a bit shorter though. It all starts when we were looking for another house after the one on hatchetman Rd. We went to look at this one house with a huge pool.
I thought it was cool until.... I saw something peeking out of the window. It wasn't scary at first, but that's when I realized. On the way down the road all the houses I saw were abandoned and for no reason I felt sick in the stoamach and my head started hurting so bad it became unbearable and then all the windows the house for no reason at all shatered to millions of pieces...
Then the house just collapsed. It was one of the strangest experience of my life.
Submitted by #13th
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