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Friday, July 9, 2010

Something Freaky Friday

**I got this picture here:
It is not mine and it is not the picture my husband took in the story told below. I just wanted a representation. I take no credit for this picture. It is not mine.

So, its Something Freaky Friday.

Today, as in every Friday, is the day I tell you a story that freaked me out and I hope that you tell me one that scared you? Okay.

This story is not my own. This one involves my Dear Husband and a trip he took before he met me.

Before my husband and I started dating, he took a trip with a bunch of his guy friends here to the Myrtles Plantation, which is reputed to be one of the most haunted places in the United States. They stayed over night and no one saw a ghost. So far not a very interesting story right?

Then one of his friends got his pictures from the weekend developed. In every picture they took, in the background were these shadow people, or at least what looked like them, similar to the picture above.

I wish we had the pictures but they passed it around so everyone could show their families and frankly I'm not sure who has it now so I can't share it with you. But it was really, really scary. It was like even though they hadn't known it, something was there with them watching them.

That is, if you believe in that stuff.

Do you?
Tell me your freaky, scary story!



  1. There's a bridge in the county where I went to college that's nicknamed Chicken Bridge; I'm told it's from a truckload of chickens that ran off the bridge. The birds apparently drowned.

    A couple of friends loved the spooky stuff, so late one night we took a drive out to it. I didn't see anything creepy. I didn't hear anything creepy. The bridge itself was a typical rural bridge. However, I was so creeped out that I wouldn't get closer than a dozen yards to it. I have no idea why, but I would not get near it, much less actually step onto it.

  2. Yikes. That's why I never stay at haunted places. I have a friend that does. She loves it. I'll have to ask her if she's seen anything interesting. Me? I'm a great big wuss...and proud of it :)

  3. Chandra--I'm a pretty big wuss too. You'll note *I* didn't spend the night there. LOL!

    Sewicked--I wouldn't have gone near it either. LOL

    Thanks for coming by!