Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Real Ghost or a Broken Record?


A reportedly true ghost sighting:

A man was driving his car with his son as passenger very near Kennesaw Mountain.

Kennesaw Mountain is a Civil War battlefield. Thousands of men lost their lives there in June, 1864.

The man and his son were in the car and suddenly a horse leaped across the street in front of them. The rider had on a Yankee blue uniform. They also saw enough in that instant to know the rider was an officer. He and his horse ran through a fence on the other side of the road like it wasn’t there.

The father and son both saw it and he had to pull over to gather his wits about him to before he could continue driving.

There is a ghost hunting organization who joined forces with the Marietta Ghost Tours Company. An expert on ghosts of that group said he believes what they saw was not an actual ghost, but a action caught in time which keeps playing over and over at unpredicted times – that moment in time is locked in that certain area – it is almost a matter of electronics

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2 Comments:

Blogger Suzanne said...

That is a very creepy theory.

7:33 PM  
Blogger ET said...

I think there is another "broken record" in Marietta of something that keeps happening over and over at my sister's... a little boy reappears ever so often and always does the same thing in the same spot.

2:00 AM  

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