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One morning in December, about a few years ago, I was looking out of our front window of our house, admiring the snow swirling in the wind. However, across the road, behind my neighbors' house, was another road. Nothing was wrong with this road, it just sat there, just covered in ice and snow, like the rest of the roads. But my heart almost stopped when I saw what happened next. On the road behind my neighbors' house, the snowflakes started to swirl in a particular way.
They started to create a shape, a shape that looked quite odd at first, but I soon could make a picture of what it was. It looked like a man, not just any man, a general, not just any general, a general that looked like it was from the 1700s. It wore a huge hat. You know, the ones that look like a circle cut in half, commonly what a general would wear in the past during battle. The man was riding a horse-like figure that looked like it was galloping, while the man was leaned forward. He made the arm movement of 'come on' or 'follow me' or 'attack'. Like you know when you circle your arm to signal people to follow you? Yeah, that was it. But right when I saw him do that arm movement on his horse, the snow figure dissolved into the blizzard. I was terrified.
Alas, I couldn't take a photo. I tried to tell my mom and sister about it, but they didn't believe me. However, I studied deeply into this 'snow ghost', and apparently, according to my research and old paintings and statues, it was the ghost of Anthony Wayne. The next day almost gave me a heart attack, I was walking to the bus the next morning and I swear I heard a horse whining and echoing gun shots. It was a day I could never forget.
Submitted by Angela |
Categories: bus, shape, battle, snow, road
About 15 or so years ago I stayed with a friend at C.L. Apartments out south. Her roommates were in FL for spring break. Coming into the apartment you could just feel someone looking at you but no one was there.
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