Re: [weirdwi] WSJ 02/29/04 Early Jefferson Cemetery Unearthed
- On 02/29/04 8:53 PM, "LJ" <ssofsky@...> politely noted:
> Greetings...This was frustrating just to read about. Things like this would make me
> This was in today's Wisconsin State Journal.
> Skeleton holding up project
> The bones apparently are of a man who died about 1840, and the
> homeowner cannot dig the bones out ot continue with the project.
seriously consider whether or not I would say anything if I found anything
like this on my property. Instead of giving this poor woman any workable
solutions to a problem that shouldn't be hers in the first place, they have
made it impossible for her to do anything. I am surprised she still has a
sense of humor.
free bead patterns and high weirdness
- Phantom trains are a lot more common that most
The most famous stories concern the Lincoln
funeral train, which is said to travel every April the
long melancholy route home from Wasgington, D. C., to
I believe ghost trains may be a true paraphysical
phenomenon. There's a lot of ambient energy running
through all those millions of miles of steel rails
which make up the train trackage grid running through
the entire Western hemisphere. And when those rails
are struck by lightning, as often happens, who knows
how far that charge travels?
That energy may interact with and feed some sort
of track "memory" of what has passed along them in
A lot of "ghost lights" which run along railroad
tracks may have a similar explanation.
North Carolina's long-famous Maco Lights CEASED
ENTIRELY when the local railroad tracks werre torn up.
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