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had never malfunctioned. What's especially odd is that after driving away and pulling onto Highway 77 the fuel gauge began to slowly show an increasing fuel level. The further I got away from Milford, the more the fuel gauge level would increase on the fuel gauge. After five or more miles away from the cemetery the gauge now had returned to showing full. I've never been back to the cemetery, and the fuel gauge never malfunctioned again at any time since
Submitted by James
Categories: vent, highway, headstones, grave, smell
Visit downtown historical Milford and you will see a beautiful home that once was the dormitory for the all female Texas Presbyterian College. Due to a decline in enrollment due to the depression, the college was closed. The two-story red brick structure was used as a hotel, funeral parlor and later as a mental hospital. There are rumors of doors opening and closing sounds of footsteps going up and down the two Victorian staircases. The rooms are all furnished in period antiques and look as if time stood still. I look forward to future visits and the unexpected.
Submitted by Jackson
Categories: funeral, college, funeral_home, hospital, hotel
Me and my cousin Aiden saw the outline of a figure walk through my back yard, he looked like a man with no details.
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