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Categories: bush, witchcraft, pool, office, cabin
I was at the Driskill for a weekend of fun with the girls. We had a great time. The hotel was gorgeous. It was August 23rd, 2014 around 6:00 pm we were waiting for our table for dinner in the guest lobby. I went to the ladies room with my friend, and while I was in the stall I saw slow moving footsteps. It sounded like someone was wearing heavy shoes or clumpy high heels.
My friend was in the stall next to me, and I started calling out her name, thinking it was her walking. She didn't answer, and I flung the door open to find that NO ONE was in the bathroom other than me and my friend who was still in the stall. I got scared and told her to hurry up. She said she couldn't open the door. I freaked out and tried to help her. She was trapped inside, and this door wouldn't open. It felt like someone was holding the door shut, someone very strong.
I finally was determined to break this door down and gathered every last bit of strength and pulled the door open. I screamed on the top of my lungs and ran out. My friend was mortified about what happened.
Submitted by Coby |
Categories: bathroom, hotel, footsteps, girls
I am 7th generation Central Texan. My grandfather (98), great grandmother (104), and great uncles (106 & 107) all shared many details of the past. My family is the Hollingsworth family who came from Ireland originally in 1692, and they were crazy enough to head this far South not long after. This is pre-Alamo! So, we know a whole lot about the land. We still have what was originally over 500 acres, but its 350+ acre (it grows with the falling water) ranch on what was the Colorado then. Then it became Lake Travis now. We are cattle ranchers. I am Native American on my father's side and have special ''gifts. ''
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