Disclaimer: some of the following events are true and others are
not. The different and conflicting details of the local myth and
stories come from, on occasion, unreliable witnesses, hearsay, gossip,
scientific reports that were found partially destroyed by fire. And
the ranting of a supposed lunatic.
And those are the ones we believe,. the Others are criminals and liars.
Also the ghosts will not shut up according to that unfortunate girl
who can hear them.
Not all of the bodies have been found. Some folks dug up the back
field looking for them.
it seems that as people get older they lose all worry and want to tell
the younger folks about all the crazy things.
Check out this video on YouTube:
Sent from my magical device
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