steveurkel: Tom_Slick: I went to college in South Georgia, we heard about this haunted Church out in the country among the cotton fields, so one night about 2 a.m. we drove out to this church. We got there and we could clearly hear the organ playing when we got out of the car. There music stopped after a few seconds we went and looked into the church and it was pitch black and there was no one around. It was rather creepy.i am pretty sure i have been to this place./grew up in south ga.
jadeblue: greenapple2step, that story makes me want to give you a hug.
Kyndig: Ask, and ye shall recieve.Original post by Quexy:Psychosis or ghost story, I don't know.When I was little, probably about four or five years old, I had an imaginary "friend" (I think.) It was yellow and about four feet tall (taller than me at the time), bipedal, and had oversized eyes that always looked straight ahead otherwise, relatively human and naked. I called the thing "Fishy..."
blogma: Eventually, (after several sightings of the pilot and co-pilot from flight 401 appearing on the newer plane - both appeared inside the infrared oven)the Foster infrared oven was pulled off the plane when three flight attendants saw the ghostly pilot in the oven while they were trying to serve a meal to passengers.
Byn: jadeblue: greenapple2step, that story makes me want to give you a hug.Seconded.
Zanysportslady: Me? I had an mp3 that - right after I ask: "Why are you hanging around? What do you want to say?" you can hear - clearly - "I like you"The gravestone we were both drawn to had the name "Mary" on it
urger: And now for the weird part. Back in April I was alone in the building sanding drywall my brother had tapped and plastered
phedex: Wasnt that from a book of scary stories we all read back in grade school?if so, could you let me know the name of that book??? i'd love to check that stuff out again.
busy chillin': Biological Alibusy chillin'[picture of the Haunt from Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark]I loved that book when I was a kid (still own a copy), and that story in particular - it wasn't scary so much as it was moving, and a little heartbreaking. Made me cry when I first read it... though, in my defense, I was 9 at the time.Nice! I loved that book too, but actually thought it was scary...though, in my defense I was 8 at the time.
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