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  I'm in Palestine, and I'm wanting to go do something creepy tonight willing to drive an hour to old haunted roads, haunted cemeteries, and anything like that. I've been to Fullers Park in Athens, and that was creepy.
Submitted by Braeden

       Category: park

My grandparents on my father side are from Texas. They moved to California then back to Texas. As a kid, I remember seeing a lady at my great untie house a few times at small gatherings. While in California she always had sugar cane wrapped in a light pink silk hankie. She ate it but looked as if she didn't like it. I didn't see the problem. I loved cane. She just ate and ate. She never spoke to anyone, but she smiled slightly, which was normal kids teen young adults are, tough to be seen not heard in the family. She may have been in here late teens, couldn't have been more than 20. She was dressed old fashioned but very nice. Hip for the 90s. I was maybe 8 or 9.

Flash forward 10 years. I saw her at a park again at a family member gathering. She did the same, wearing the same style clothing. She had on a dress with a nice fitted cover short waist coat but yellowish. This time she looked the same, except the first time her clothes was white, and she didn't smile this time. Going forward one more time 6 years in Palestine, Texas. I was walking back to my grandparents' house down 8th Street. As I got close, I saw the lady again. This time she looked scared but ate the cane wrapped in the pink hankie. She was pointed towards the fire station that still set across from the house. I went inside saying nothing. The very next day a neighbor from down the way (I assume it is a neighbor) told me that ''She'll be back soon. She's always going to come back. '' As I was on the porch looking at the fire station, it changed. It wasn't the fire station. It looked like an old music joint or fancy dance cabin made of wood with few cars parked outside. I blinked, and it was the fire station again. I never saw the man again.

My grandfather passed away January 2015. I found a picture of my grandfather in a suitcase with the man who told me she was going to be back that she would always come back. I brought her up to a few family members. No one knew of her. My grandma didn't recognize the man in the picture. She said it must be from when my grandfather was in the army. I'm in California, and I saw the lady in the white outfit with cane and a pink hankie. This time I saw her she was holding the pink hankie eating cane. When she saw me she looked like she was angry this time. I looked to my right, and the man was standing next to me. I jumped, and he was gone. She was on my left with the cabin looking building behind her. She was eating that damn cane then disappeared. The man reappeared and said she'd be back soon. She always come back. I assumed she's a family member. I have had visions of many people that show up in pictures later on. She's the only one that hasn't.
approximately 2018.
Submitted by Gibson

Comment by Brandon: That's some good stuff! Was it California bud or Texas?


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