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Categories: desert, mountain, hill, mine, camping
I moved to Apache Junction in 1987 and have found it true about what Tarpin says. It was about the middle 1990s when I lived in a cottage in a trailer Park out on highway 60. I was employed in security for a big computer company at the time and I always had a very long drive to and from work.
So I was very tired that night... In the desert around were a few gravesites of pioneers that had traveled across the desert in the 1800s.. One grave that that I always liked to visit was that of a little boy who was one in a party of pioneers who crossed the desert.|
In another part of the desert were graves of some of the adult pioneers. In that part of the desert I felt a presence I didn't like.... Anyway to return to that night I was talking about when I arrived home from work...|
I had just laid down for the night and was ready for a good night's sleep. For some reason even though I was very tired I couldn't go to sleep right away. Laying there I heard something go ''swoosh'' through the front door and then quicker than I could react to get up out of bed to see what it was...
I felt something on top of me pushing me hard into my bed... I struggled to push it off but it was too strong. Then I told it about three times: ''Get off of me in the name of The Father The Son and The Holy Spirit.''
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