Nacogdoches, Texas Ghost Sightings - PAGE 5
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Categories: home, sounds, children, cars, family
In November 1991 my ex wife and me were visiting my cousin in Lufkin. He had a girlfriend who lived on Walnut Hill, and just 10 years later I would live in the same house/apartments. Anyhow as my wife and me drove back up 259 towards Nacogdoches we both saw an apparition of an old truck from the 1920s or 30s drive out of the woods and across the hwy. About 100 feet in front of us. This occurred at around 2:00am and there was only one other vehicle on the hwy and they were in the southbound lane.
Now the apartments on Walnut Hill in Hudson were seriously haunted. The apartment I lived in had two upstairs bedrooms, and one night as I walked downstairs to the kitchen, I was met by a foggy mist. .
Submitted by Terry |
Categories: hill, truck, mist, woods, apartment
We are students at Mike modes Middle School. And noticed weird things at the school today. First we saw this video last year of a white blur going down the hall way then threw a door and today we found out the video was erased but officer Hensily saved it to many files and it in non of the files.
Also last year me and her were in the school alone just me and her. That day we had walked around the school waiting for our parents but we been all around the school so we knew it was just me and her.
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