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#1 jada198125



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Posted 16 August 2006 - 08:01 PM

I saw the truck and the door was open. I shut it was that bad? Well nothing to report really but I gotta take pics next time.The truck was pretty smashed up but It really did not look like it was a crash. If you know anything else about this story please let me know. Jada198124@yahoo.com. :clap: :Spaz: :) :weeee:

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Posted 22 October 2006 - 07:58 PM

I live in Manchester and my fiancee grew up here. We didn't see anything when we went by and a childhood friend of his lived on the street and they never saw or expirienced anything out of the ordinary all the years they hung out there. Sorry to disappoint!
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Posted 26 October 2006 - 05:32 PM

is it a street or a state forest? any background story to the place?

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Posted 10 February 2008 - 02:15 PM

is it a street or a state forest? any background story to the place?

its just in a small patch of woods about one square mile off of chalmers st. i live about 5 minutes away from it and have visited it several times. the background is that a truck and a motorcyclist have both crashed along the dirt road at the end of chalmers st and the drivers have died. it is not a well known area and is located on town property. it is smart to walk down chalmers st and not park there as it is residential area and while most people dont know the story they will not take to kindly to a bunch of people parking on their street to walk into the woods. it is right near a bunch of dirt bmx jumps/trails so if you see these you are very close. nothing specific has ever happened just an intense feel of eerieness even though a main highway is right near by. almost a pressure in the air that you can feel.

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Posted 13 February 2008 - 11:26 AM

I think the initial question was more to where....as it was simply state Manchester. Although, I found she meant Connecticut, there is a town/province of Manchester in almost every state as well as the UK. :weeee:

Edited by brass city paranormal, 13 February 2008 - 11:27 AM.

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Posted 16 September 2008 - 03:08 PM

One of my relatives lived two blocks from there (see the corner of Horace and Maxwell http://snipurl.com/3qv40 ). She said that she has seen a picture of the area when it was an auto junkyard (Palanteo's ???).

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Posted 16 September 2008 - 08:28 PM

Never heard of this, when did it supposedly happen? I think anyplace that a car accident happens that involved death(s) seems to have a different feel to it. One of my daughter's friends died a few years ago on a long winding road in my town and I get a weird feeling everytime I drive by the tree she wrapped her car around. But I think that is just the expectation and knowing that people died there. If you didn't know, it would probably feel like any other spot in the woods. Unless people don't know they are dead, I don't think they hang around the spot that they died, I think they hang out with family during the wake, funeral and shortly thereafter, and then go to heaven. I grew up in Bloomfield, CT and now am just a bit farther north of Hartford.
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