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the park and got my breath and senses. I thanked the guy, and then when he spoke his voice sounded blurred and incomprehensible to me. Then he disappeared right before my eyes!
I didn't feel any fear because I was thankful for not being killed in the fall. I believe I sat on the lawn there for an hour before I got up, walked to my car, and went home. Back in the 70s, I told my Ma about this, and she believed in ghosts and spirits. I never had another
experience with ghosts after that, but every time I drive through the Wyandotte or the Twin Bridges area, I think of that ghost.|
Submitted by Peter
Categories: eyes, skull, hill, spirits, park
When I was little I used to live here in Wyandotte, and it was as strange in the night than any other native town. My pawpaw used to take me to the powwows all the time, and the things that I have seen there were crazy. He would talk about the spirits as if they were always around us and how we should do our best to communicate with them and keep them with us as long as they would need to cross over. The night I will never forget is the camping night we would always have with pawpaw. He would tell stories of our history and the people we learned about and loved without ever knowing them. He was using the fire as a window to the world we cannot see, and showing us that we can live as one with the people who are here but not seen. As he got deep into his stories he stopped and stared, he started speaking of a man in the fire, but as we looked there was no one there. Pawpaw insisted that he was real. We looked harder and still nothing, pawpaw was a kidder, so we thought he was joking and just trying to fool us. After we all had finished with our fun and made our way into our sleeping bags, but pawpaw would not. He refused to go to sleep. It was already 2:46 in the morning, and we had a long day ahead of us. Even though we were kids we knew something was wrong with him. Pawpaw never missed out on goodnight kisses from his grandchildren. We finally drifted off to sleep and tried to forget what was happening.
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