Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Orbs in the cave, whispers in the graveyard

Sam from Maryland sent me this tale of a guided tour through a haunted town, and Sam, to answer your question, the people who sent me the stories in the book all claimed that they were true. Of course I wasn't there to experience each and every one (though as you can see in the book) I was there for a few. I believe the people who send me stories, and I trust that they are telling me the truth. Just as your story really happened to you, I believe that their stories really happened to them.

Here's the story Sam sent me:

Hi, my name is Sam and I'm from Maryland. Your book is so creepy yet so fascinating. Are all those stories really true? Well, anyway, I am very superstitious and I am such a big baby when it comes to ghosts and monsters and stuff like that. So when mom signed up for a guided tour through Williamsburg, I freaked out. I made sure I brought my camera so I could snap some cool pics. When the tour guide came she introduced herself. Then, we started a tour of a lifetime. Now, this was about 3 years ago and I have a very bad memory so, I'll try to remember as much as I can. First, we started the tour off by going to a little house that is said to have ghosts. Of course there were no ghosts at 6 o'clock. Next, we went to a spooky grave that is haunted. It was already dark so it was creepy. The tour guide said that there are orbs in the cave. So, of course I had to prove it. I took some pics and I saw that there were hundreds of orbs everywhere. and some of them were even all smoky and foggy looking. Then, I started to feel a tingling sensation down my neck. There was also a video we took with my dad singing (how embarrasing). There were orbs surrounding him! I was getting creeped out. Finally we went to a graveyard. It was creepy! I could hear whispers everywhere, and no ones lips were even moving. I couldnt sleep that night and the next, but it was truly something I will never forget.

Sam

7 comments:

christopher neve said...

hi jason i love your book but after i read it my family of course planned a trip to see a graveyard and some other spooky places but when we got there we looked at tons and tons of graves but what was weird is that on of the gravestones was like missing a chunk off of the side of the stone like a hammor hit ti or somthing but we came back the next day and piece was there the one thats wasent there yesterday it had somewriting on it but i wasent paying that close attention but when we came back the next the one piece that was there yesterday was gone again!!!!!!
-what happend to the piece and why was it there once and then gone?
- Chris N

Anonymous said...

I `ve seen five orbs in our house. Every time we try to get a picture it`s gone?

redsox97

Anonymous said...

Ha ha, i myself live in Maryland and have had some spooky ghost encounters. I think I'll send Jason here an email, although I can't believe he didn't know about the maryland exorcist story. That's one my friends and i tell all the time, so we were pleased to see you publish it. I think I might send you something soon... trust me, you're in for something disturbing. two things, actually.

Ooohh sparkles *_* lala~ 101 said...

ya the exorcist story was kinda freaky but I found myslf reading it over and over again.

Anonymous said...

The exorcist story was cool. It was one of my faves, but not my top fave. Keep posting stories peoples!

virginiapatriotaustin11 said...

yup: i've been on the tour 2x, going on 3 this winter: i'll try and verify the story.....

Anonymous said...

i like Stephan King movies like Pet Sematary and Children of the Corn