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Submitted by Becky

       Categories: officers, building, park, children, home

Behind the movie theater there are woods and a long trail through it that loops around. Me and a friend enjoy walking back there because it is very beautiful and there are strong paranormal presences. Me and my friend both have psychic abilities. We can feel the presences of paranormal and also a little more. My friend can picture gender and sometimes features. I can tell their emotions, and if they are negative or positive. Whatever is back in those woods is very negative. One time when I was back there with a friend (not the one mentioned) I saw a silhouette of a man running behind trees a couple of times. We were spooked and ran, and while we ran we could hear something else trailing behind us. We crossed the first bridge, (going over the river) and the moment we reached the other side I felt a very strong presence. This happens every time I go over there. We walked by this section, and I could tell something there didn't want us there. Then I heard something growl ''Hey!'' as if telling me to go away.

When I went there with my friend (the one first mentioned) we got a lot of activity. We had multiple presences follow us. When we crossed the bridge, the same negative presences were still there. One of them seemed to have a ''werewolf'' quality to it, or at least it wants us to believe so. There is another little bridge right in the middle of the woods that is built over a stream. There are stairs on either side of it. The first time we went back there something grabbed my arm and tried to pull me down. It was a very quick gesture, but enough to pop a couple veins and leave a small bruise. When we went through there at night we felt the activity increase. When we were walking away from the small bridge I turned around to see a huge orb behind my friend. I turned back around, shone the flashlight on her, but there was nothing there. Without the flashlight it was pitch black in the forest. After a while she told me that something back there had grabbed her shoulder and whispered something in her ear, but she couldn't understand.
I would love to know the reasons for anything to be in those woods, and I can't really find a reason online. So right now all I have are my experiences, which are pretty crazy. We will be walking back there a lot, so if we find/see anything else I'll post again.
Submitted by JW

Comment by Lisa: Where exactly is this? I would love to take my group there and investigate.

       Categories: forest, psychic, silhouette, trail, theater

I lived on Irwin Street Ft Eustis VA, my father was stationed there from 1980 to 1983. I hate what I went through but I always look on the bright side I learned nothing could scare me ever again. It made me realize we are not alone when we are.

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