green lady cemetery
Posted 03 December 2005 - 01:01 PM
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Posted 03 January 2006 - 07:31 AM
Either back up the story with "fact" (a newspaper article, website address, police report, town meeting archives, etc.) or resign yourself to the pure and simple truth that you just fell for one of the more prolific urban myths in the area.
Posted 03 January 2006 - 07:51 AM
Edited by CreepyCT, 03 January 2006 - 07:52 AM.
Posted 08 January 2006 - 09:18 AM
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Posted 14 January 2006 - 02:29 PM
Just as the Republican- American just found out again is that sometimes you can not jump the gun with your
beliefs seeing that they can be wrong. As they reported that 12 men survived in the mine and the next day we found out that only one had survived causing people false hope. As with the book that i am compiling about haunted sites of Connecticut, it will be based on fact more than beliefs. But that will not make me a journalist, that will make me a good writer and my book not a work of fiction. Why has it not come out, because of course i am still looking for the truth behind the stories and rumors. Of course, going to school and working doesnt leave me much time to do anything but study and sleep. So what you write about dictates what you look for and what style you use to get your message across. As for the cops investigating, they do not have to believe that a crime exsists to look into a matter. The victim causes them to look and the fact that it is there job. Believing only makes them work harder.
Posted 16 January 2006 - 02:14 PM
Posted 04 February 2006 - 06:31 PM
I just got through speaking with a secretary for the State Police at a barracks in Bristol and she said that the KKK stories are absolutely false. He said they're all urban legend started by kids in the area and he went on further to say that no state officer would ever be intimidated by a threat such as the one you're referring to. Quite the contrary, he said that if the state ever got wind of anything like that, they would be up there in force ready to take on whatever people were threatening others. He said it was an absolute ridiculous claim and, if you don't believe that, come check out the records and call the state offices for proof. His name is Daniel McArthur and he is ready, willing and able to disprove all such claims as the KKK having any kind of domain in Burlington.
I think the police have no idea what the hell is going on. I recently went to Greenlady Cemetery in Burlington CT with a few of my friends. We thought it was pretty spooky. As we were driving up the road to leave, we noticed a large field with a pond and a quite enormous hill. As my friends and I walked up the hill a red gasoline canister fell down the hill. My friend Joel had kicked it by accident while running up the hill. When we all got to the top of the hill we noticed a huge "S" in a big Circle. It had other designs on it too. As we all walked back down the hill, we noticed a line of small white candles in those little silver cups going down the hill on either side, as if it lined up for some kind of walkway. It could be the work of Ghost Hunters setting up some kind of ritual ground, but from all the things I have heard about the KKK meeting there I highly doubt that it was set up by people trying to connect with the "beyond." Either way, it was a truely spooky experience walking around there.
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