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GHOST AT THE HANGING TREE!My roommate, his girlfriend and my 3…

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GHOST AT THE HANGING TREE!My roommate, his girlfriend and my 3…

GHOST AT THE HANGING TREE!

My roommate, his girlfriend and my 3 children wanted to go to the notorious Haunted Springhill Cemetery since we only live about 7 minutes from there. My camera, which is a Hitachi digital DVDCAM that takes still digital and digital video, was on a full charge when we left the house and within 20 minutes of being there and about 15 pictures later the battery was so dead that it would not let the camera turn on. I did not have a flash with my camera, so I used the headlights of the my Jeep. The pictures were kind of dark so I lightened them up a little and that is all I did to them. It was a nice clear night with no rain, lightening or anything not even the moon shining. I got home and uploaded the pics to find this one pic that looked odd. Now you will notice a red and a green spot on the right side, that was something on my lens, it was in all the pics. This one picture was taken of a tree, the one that they hung people from eons ago. If you look to the left of the tree on the ground there is an image that I would like opinions on. Right where the image is is where the bodies would fall to when they dropped them from the tree after hanging them. Now to me it looks like someone laying on the ground and has their head turned toward me and I see two eyes and a mouth and a faint nose but the eyes look hollow and so does the mouth. Please tell me what you see if anything and what you think. I have attached the original and the one that I lightened up. Thanks in advance.

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Suscon RoadPennsylvania is home to some of the country’s most…

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Suscon RoadPennsylvania is home to some of the country’s most…

Suscon Road

Pennsylvania is home to some of the country’s most prevalent urban legends, from Centralia to the Hellham County Gates. This story comes from Pittston and its nicknamed “Black Bridge” that formally functioned as a railroad bridge. The story goes if you park under the bridge a ghoulish woman in white will appear in your rearview and let out an ear shattering scream, giving her the name Suscon Screamer. Supposedly the ghost is that of a woman who hung herself long ago after being rejected by her lover.

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fuckyeahnightmares: fuckyeahnightmares: 🖤Happy birthday the 13th🖤 fuck i meant friday

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fuckyeahnightmares: fuckyeahnightmares: 🖤Happy birthday the 13th🖤 fuck i meant friday

fuckyeahnightmares:

fuckyeahnightmares:

🖤Happy birthday the 13th🖤

fuck i meant friday

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Nightmares


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Hosmer Elementary School in Watertown, Massachusetts:Hosmer…

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Hosmer Elementary School in Watertown, Massachusetts:Hosmer…

Hosmer Elementary School in Watertown, Massachusetts:

Hosmer #Elementary School in Watertown, #Massachusetts is said to be #haunted by the #spirit of a famous 19th century #artist and sculptor named Harriet Hosmer, who once lived in a home where the #school now stands. In the late 1800’s, the Hosmer Home and the surrounding land was donated to the town of #Watertown, and a schoolhouse was constructed. When Harriet Hosmer passed away in 1908, students and faculty members at the school began to report encountering her spirit wandering the hallways late at night, especially in the area near the auditorium.

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It Chapter Two Review

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It Chapter Two Review

The Bill Hader movie. This is a spoiler-free review (Above the Read More Line that hopefully doesn’t disappear)

1. Supernatural or psychological or metaphorical in someway? Supernatural of course. Supernatural but Pennywise is a metaphor for childhood trauma

2. How scary was it? It wasn’t super scary. Part of it was the Pennywise haunt sequences went on for too long, another part of it that some of the stuff was taken less seriously. I think the latter may be because it is about grownups facing childhood fears and looking through them at a now adult perspective and realizing while they still may be scary, it can also be a bit silly. 6.4/10

3. Jump scares or nah? Yes.

4. Is there blood and gore? There is a lot of blood.

5. On a scale of 1 – 10 (10 being Alien: Covenant), how dumb were the characters? Huh, I never really thought they did anything too dumb. Maybe 2.5/10. Good for them.

6. Does that story make logical sense if you think about it too long? It’s a weird movie based on an even weirder book. Don’t ask yourself, “Why doesn’t Pennywise just kill them already?”

This is a giant movie. Part of that was to give it an epic feel as it weaves past and present together to tell one cohesive narrative about these characters. Another part of that came from really drawn out spooky sequences. They really could have trimmed some of those (though scene with Bill Hader is crucial to stay completely intact). It’s also very heartfelt, and you should find yourself really feeling for these characters (especially Bill Hader as Richie). It is a worthwhile reflection on how we can carry our childhood trauma’s throughout life and let them shape our adulthood.

Something that has been talked a lot about regarding this movie is the opening scene. It’s lifted straight from the text. While I do feel this movie could have gone without depicting a hate crime (It’s painful and I really wish they hadn’t), I do understand that it contextualizes Derry and how the town led to certain traumas some of the characters carried throughout their life. It may feel gratuitous though with the extent they took it to.

Man this is based on a weird book. While they go skim on some of the weird stuff, a lot of it is brought back in still weird ways. I never really thought It was ripe for an adaption, but I do think this team put together a really good one with plenty of heart and reasons to care. 7/10

Bill Hader

Spoiler-y thoughts below

“Thanks for showing up Stanley” Damn, that got me.

“You’re a sloppy bitch”

Richie impersonating Pennywise saying “Time to float” and laughing it off while saying “Remember he used to say that?” was amazing. Rewarding in a surreal way.

I was really hoping Richie and Eddie would at least kiss a bit before the end.

The casting was God damn insane. Older Stanley and Young Stanley are the same person from two different timelines.

I’m a bit mad about the girl with the birth mark dying. It would have been a nice little way for the man in the beginning who gave her the stuffed animal to live on.

Kinda weird how Ben had a page from his year book for 27 YEARS IN HIS POCKET

Guys, please refrain from cute couple kissing as my man mourns the loss of the man he loved but was never brave enough to confess his love to. Please.

I honestly might buy fake glasses to look a little more like how Bill Hader looks in this movie.

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Nightmares


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Walter E. Fernald State School in Waltham, Massachusetts:The…

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Walter E. Fernald State School in Waltham, Massachusetts:The…

Walter E. Fernald State School in Waltham, Massachusetts:

The Walter E. Fernald State #School in Waltham, #Massachusetts was constructed in 1888 as the Experimental School For Teaching and Training Idiotic #Children. In 1925, it was renamed after the school’s third superintendent, Walter E. Fernald, who was an avid advocate and practitioner of #eugenics. Children at the school were often used as test subjects for experimental medical procedures and tests, and were regularly subjected to physical and sexual abuse by caretakers. #Fernald School was considered to be a poster child for the #American eugenics movement during the 1920’s, and regularly sterilized those suffering from certain mental or physical disabilities, such as down syndrome. From 1946 until 1953 the facility began secretly experimenting on its students with various #radioactive chemicals and isotopes, which later resulted in a class-action lawsuit awarding a $1.8 million settlement to the victims of the #experiments. The 186-acre Walter E. Fernald State School was added to the National Register of #Historic Places in January of 1994, and was permanently closed in 2014. The location is believed to be #haunted by the #spirits of former patients who died violent or unnatural deaths, and many are considered to be #violent, malicious, or dangerous to trespassers. Those exploring the #abandoned buildings often report witnessing #apparitions and hearing the sounds of disembodied voices, footsteps, and screams. Others report feeling a strange presence, or feelings of dizziness and nausea that subside upon leaving the location.

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