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sexta-feira, 31 de outubro de 2014

Haunted Places... Hey, it's Halloween, everyone!

I particularly like when I have some spare time to make up my own horror stories, but as I didn’t have time this month, I would like to share some of the stories that I have just found on the internet. I hope you have a great Halloween.

Back in the 1800's, a woman was accused of witchcraft and was hung for her “crimes.” Before she died, she cursed the town saying it would burn to the ground 3 times. Since then, the entire town has burned down twice – so there's still a chance the curse lingers and it'll burn again. To top off her curse, it seems her spirit is still haunting the area where she was hung and the masonic graveyard where she was buried.

People claim to see her ghost throughout the cemetery, walking around the shadows, and at times she will scream at visitors -turning to run after them and chase people out of the cemetery while laughing maniacally. Even crazier is the astounding number of reports of visitors being physically attacked while being chased by the ghost, resulting in multiple razor-like cuts across their backs; many are still scarred to this day. Locals don't want to go anywhere near this place. Eventually due to the large number of reports of malevolent attacks, the cemetery was closed for good, and now bears a no trespassing sign.


We don't condone illegal activity, but if by chance you (independently) decided to explore it anyway, one could be certain you'd have one hell of a scary night wandering around this insanely haunted spot. Just watch your back!

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