Nacogdoches, Texas Ghost Sightings - PAGE 6
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But we were in the library and we saw a shadow with a head and shoulders then it vanished. Five kids who attended school there died and it was built on Indian burial ground.
Submitted by Amber and Veronica
Categories: school, shadows, library, video, officers
My historic house in Nacogdoches has some issues that frighten myself and my guests. The bathroom door on the first floor opens and closes. At times all night long. I also have a conversation that occurs in one of my guest rooms about every two months.
It is the same argument between an African American female and male. An empty field behind my home is where all the slaves lived at one time and I wonder if it is not related to this??? At any cost I bought another home in the historic district and hope for better luck.|
Submitted by Vivian |
Categories: home, field, slaves, bathroom
My grandmas house was established in the 40's and we didn't know it had been burned down before she bought the home and it was reconstructed a year later... At night in the kitchen you can see a man standing by the door and while the moon is shining in you can see his black figure in front of it...
Once when we were outside we only me and my mom we heard a baby cry inside we thought it was a neighbor but none had children... We walked inside and by the bathroom the cries got louder then a hush..
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