Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by froggy, Oct 20, 2009.
ever live in a haunted house?
no. both the houses that were here before our house...were hit by lightening and lost to fire....
I didn't live in a Haunted House, but I've had a few experiences.
Lived in an apartment in an old hotel that was haunted. There was a couple old drunks that both died up there and they haunt the place to this day.
I was sitting in the VA waiting for an appointment the other day and some woman was reading something out of a magazine that was in the waiting room, and I over heard her as she read to her father. She read aloud that Wisconsin, where I live, has more hauntings per mile than any other state in America. I wanted to read that for myself but I got called into the doctor.
Sunday my parents came over to my place and we took a little road trip back up to where my father grew up on this farm way back in the crack of the hills. The farm is still at the end of a dead end road and there's nothing left of the old buildings. It's all different. Their old house is gone, the barn, the chicken coup, everything. They'd even dug and then later drained a big pond near the house. The hills hadn't changed much but that was about all. What was interesting though was that right next to the new house, while digging to put in a garden, the woman found a grave stone, (below). On it it says, "ERNIE L WARD, 1896 - 1897." That grave stone had been there way back in 1940 when my father lived on that farm and they'd never known it. My dad said that they had found rock foundation remains further back up the valley when they'd lived there. That was probably the original settlers from back in the early 1800's, and the grave stone was probably their son. Not to many doctors around way back when, any if you got sick, like in the winter, and there was no way to get to town or round up a doctor, you had to either pull through or die. And we think we have it rough today.
no such thing as a haunted house.
oh how some have sheltered lives.
oh how some believe fairy tales.
no just life experiences
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