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Posted 20 June 2006 - 11:19 AM
there is however a place in indiana called gravity hill that if you park your car and put it in neutral, you'll roll uphill, and it's near railroad tracks, dunno why that's relevant, but hey, I'm known for my irrelevance yeah, ppl say that's a haunted place but it's just a geographic anomoly like that crap at museums or something....or is it? *bum bum BUMMMMMM* haha peece out
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Posted 17 July 2006 - 03:34 AM
LOL The only problems with that are 1) Nobody knows Mary's real name, so exactly where in the cemetery (or even if) her grave is located (it's also gated and locked at night), and 2) Archer Avenue, where Mary appears, is a VERY busy street. Bachelor's Grove in Midlothian is a better bet, and it's supposed to be alot more haunted.
Posted 20 July 2006 - 12:14 PM
The experience was absoulutely awesome! It is very active! Without Medicus giving any details as to where Capone had bodies dumped there, my daughter pointed out that there are about 10 bodies dumped in the lagoon there. She saw a man being pulled with rope, half dead and being dragged to the cemetary to be disposed of. I will be posting the whole story soon. It was a great investigation!
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