Special Sub-Topic: Bachelor's Grove!
|What has been rumored to appear and be miraculously life-like?|
A house. There is an old, white, Victorian style house that appears in the middle of the woods with a little white picket fence, and a porch swing, and an inviting light coming from within - though there is no record of a house ever being there. So if you see it, DON'T GO IN!
|What happens on the Midlothian Turnpike, which borders the grove?|
Phantom car crashes. There have been terrible car wrecks reported. A car careens out of control and slams into someone's vehicle, and when they get out, the other car is gone and there's no damage to their car at all...though they can hear the sound of glass breaking and metal bending!
|What appears on the grave of 'Infant Daughter' though she's been dead for almost 100 years?|
Flowers. Mysteriously, fresh flowers keep ending up on her grave, though there is more than likely no one alive that would have known her.
|What appears on the back of the grave of 'Infant Daughter's' parents (Fulton, by the way)?|
Demon head. Why? I dunno.
|What has the stagnant pond to the northwest of the cemetery been used as?|
Dumping grounds for 1920s gangsters. Yep, the mobsters used to 'take people for a ride' and fit them with some stylish cement shoes. Talk about a night on the town!
|What has not been seen by the pond?|
Old man. That's one scary pool of muck!
|What has been seen floating from stone to stone?|
A blue light. You know, like in Pinocchio...kinda.
|What color is the suit of the 'glowing man'?|
|What has the 'white lady' NOT been seen doing?|
Throwing a fit. Some say she is buried there next to her young son.
|How many reports of supernatural sightings have there been at Bachelor's grove?|
About 100. Yes, over one-hundred people have been scared silly by the grove. Trespassing is illegal here, and oh by the way, park across the street in the forest reserve. :)
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