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#1 KristinaMarie

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Posted 13 September 2009 - 02:47 PM

:wow: Ok Well I live in Texas and I'm looking for more haunted places to go and investigate. I've been to Goshen Cemetery in Eustace, Texas. I find it Haunted. I've personally seen a huge black cross when there isn't even a cross in the cemetery to be found. A black mass (in a sphere-like shape) followed us out of the cemetery. My mother and a friend actually got pushed into and over a fence. And there are cold spots and weird mists. I've even gotten a full body apparition captured on camera.
Fullers park AkA The Monkey Cages in Athens, Texas. I haven't found anything to disclaim or prove its hauntings, but there is a weird eerie feeling just being tere at night.
Beck's Chapel cemetery in CrossRoads, Texas. I'm uncertain, but when your there the graves look as if something is trying to get out of the ground, and inside the chapel itself the was an imprint on the seat as if someone was sitting there then it dissapeared.
Jefferson Texas itself.... I LOVE IT!!!!
Merediths Campground Cemetery,,,, hmmmmm weird...
Athens old Memerial Hospital. I find it might be haunted.. As soon as i found a way to get inside the hospital all of our batteries in our camera's, phones and recorders died. And my mom got a bad sensation so we left. But be careful if you want to go there. If your caught trying to get inside the police will arrest you and put you in jail from 60 days. Sounds like they're trying to hide somethign now doesn't it???
The Hanging Tree, in athens, Texas.....


and a couple other places, but if you know of any other haunted places in Texas, or especially in Easty Texas please let me now...

Thanks and I hope we have a long line up of stories
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Posted 13 September 2009 - 03:17 PM

KristinaMarie, I don't know how far you're going to be traveling, but this post might be of help to you:

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#3 KristinaMarie

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Posted 13 September 2009 - 03:32 PM

thanks... and I'm willing to travel anywhere in Texas
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Posted 17 November 2009 - 04:44 PM

thanks... and I'm willing to travel anywhere in Texas


Don't hesitate to check out Galveston! One of the most haunted places in the U.S. !

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Posted 30 November 2009 - 04:39 AM

not to burst anyone's bubble i believe in ghost yes....but i lived not even a mile from Goshen cemetery in high school and a couple of friends and i spent almost every night there and never once seen anything or felt anything there.....we have a friend buried there and if you find the cement bench that is to the far right of the cemetery the tree next to it has glow in the dark paint on it we use to scare people with we spent a lot time trying to pick up the tombstones that people have knocked over...yes i have been scared there but only by friends we searched for something haunted there every day for two years straight and never seen anything

but it does have a lot of history so i would never say not to go it really has some beautiful land

hope i didn't offend anyone




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