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Alice bore her husband two daughters but he treated her terribly, often beating her severely.

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If you drive down the road one way after you go over a big bump you turn around at the nearest place to turn.

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A local legend ghost named "Whitey" A commonly seen ghost around this house.

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Many parties when taking their picture will line up on the stairs.

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Esmeralda and Natasha.

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Inwood - The Grainery - It bully movie sex scenes said that if you go to the grainery in mid day there will be an old farmer dressed in white overalls and is very pale in the face.

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Bristol - Bristol Opera House - There is a ghost named "Percy" that haunts the costume room and stage.

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He talked to the man and found out that the man's father used to own The Strand as well and killed himself in the projection room years before.

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First there was a woman cleaning the theater one day with her 3 and 5 year old children running around.



Orbs were photographed in many rooms throughout the building.



If you drive from the opposite direction, there looks to be blood forever stained on the road.



Also, traveling a long a path you sex interstitial cystitis find a tree that has indents that appear to be much like deer antlers; HOWEVER, these are horizontal instead of vertical and have a place for an opposable thumb.



He wanted me to meet them, show some interesting places and just give some fun to them.



This is where the church once stood.



Do not "Ouija" here for the spirits do not like it.



Madison - Clifty Falls State Park - Reports of moaning coming from the tree right next to the walkway going down into the falls.