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Old 08-11-2011, 09:42 PM
 
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Yes! I totally forgot that I was at the Flamingo a few years ago to go to a couples wedding reception. Before leaving on the trip to get there, I looked up the Hotel online and read about it supposedly being haunted. I took abunch of photos there, and only caught a couple of "orbs" in the reception room... took a bunch more pics outside by the pool, and where all those manicured bushes are, came up with nothing, but it was fun and the stories about Bugsy Molone and his supposed ghost were interesting
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Old 08-12-2011, 12:21 AM
 
Location: Upper East Side of Texas
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Savannah markets itself as "The Most Haunted City in America" and right now the ghost tours are out of control. In fact, the city is having meetings about trying to better regulate them. There's walking tours, black-light tours, costumed trolley tours, blue-orb tours, hearse tours, lantern tours, haunted pub tours, etc -- the list goes on! There's even a Disney-style attraction on River Street -- Perkins & Sons Haunted Ship Chancellory -- where you go inside this theater in an old warehouse, the lights go out and things ... happen. I used to work for them and could sell you a ticket for $25 -- but wouldn't recommend it. I will say in all my years of living in this city and walking from one end of the Historic District to the other at all hours of the night, I have never seen anything to frighten me. But that's just me. 11 million people visited Savannah last year and a LOT of them spent big $$ trying to see a ghost. Who am I to judge?
Savannah more haunted than New Orleans?

Hmm...
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Old 08-12-2011, 07:05 AM
 
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HISTORY AND HERITAGE TRAVEL IN WEST VIRGINIA | TRANS-ALLEGHENY LUNATIC ASYLUM

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Old 08-13-2011, 06:14 PM
 
Location: Iowa
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So COOL! Thank you for the links!
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Old 01-26-2015, 10:02 AM
 
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Smile what is the youtube video titled?

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Right behind my neighborhood in Sugar Land is a forest where it cuts off from the typical suburb with large civilization to pure nothingness, it gets very dark with no street lights in that forest at night.

I don't really say much about this but there was a night where me and 6 friends drove on out there, we were a bit drunk, and there's a story about how there's an abandoned church from decades ago out there. That there was a fire out out there many decades ago, all who were inside were killed, and not by the fire but they had been stabbed by large knives. No one was ever caught for that deed. The story goes to the fact that a few kids (3 of them) after school in the late 80's (from Clements High School) went out there looking for it since they heard the story there. They went inside despite all the caution signs, and they were found dead days later by the same stabbing like nature of the deaths nearly a decade and a half before.

Now me and a few friends went out looking for it last summer (because we were being stupid and drunk), we were drunk and we were stupid, the moment we started driving in that forest and the road turned from carved cement pavement to sand and rubble then to just grass and no light and phone reception disappeared we knew it was too far. There was another 3 miles of a drive until we would reach it. Everyone in the SUV was scared, besides me and the person that sat next to me (The front passenger) while I was driving. I looked back to see people literally holding each other because it was scaring them...
It got to the point where it started to freak me out too, I drove away went back to Sugar Land from there, and was among a lot of other people driving, but in reality was never that scared before about a place.

If people who live in Sugar Land (Southwest Side of Metro Houston) and know of that adjacent forest near that suburb near Oilfield road and right behind Riverstone, please for the love of god, do not go out there at night, don't go out there at all, it will freak you out especially when it's dark, and you see fog on the ground... and there are so many different species of animals living there, it literally gets scary those tall tree's.... it's lifeless out there.

I have a video of it, and it gets pretty scary. I will upload it to YouTube... and then you can see for yourself.

As for that church, I was always curious to see it, but forget it, I don't know what to expect there and I am not going out of my way to find something I am unsure about.

Can you please give me the title of the youtube video please? (if you uploaded it)
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Old 01-27-2015, 10:01 AM
 
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whats the video called?
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