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        07-11-2008, 12:42 AM
      #11
    Green Broke
    Woah....thats weird!
         
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        07-11-2008, 02:45 AM
      #12
    Weanling
    Oh Kansas, this story reminds me...I feel your creepiness....

    I worked on a stud farm for a year or so in MA. My boss buried a still born foal in a STALL in the middle of January when the ground was completely frozen.

    Let's just say when Spring came, and the dead foal started to thaw out...I'll never forget that smell. And the farm hand I was doing or, er, dating had to dig it up.

    Horrible memories. Weird, because it was a fantastic tb breeding farm.
         
        07-11-2008, 09:21 AM
      #13
    Showing
    That is really disturbing
         
        07-11-2008, 09:30 AM
      #14
    Weanling
    A few years ago, a friend of mine (back in AR) had bought a house that was just previously owned by druggies and the govt auctioned it off, she got it cheap, etc.

    Anyhoo, we were cleaning out the barn and found all sorts of weird things. Found come creepy bent silverware, dolls with singed body parts and fake blood painted on. Children's books that they had drawn "privates" and such on the illustrations. Sicko perverts if you ask me. And the barn was "home made" by small scraps of lumber nailed together to make the SUPPORT poles on which the whole thing was built. Not to mention the car parts scattered everywhere. And there's a mysterious hump out there where something was buried, about the size of a person. My friend just never bothered excavating that... I told her to call the police and have them do it, who cares if it's just trash buried, I"d rather not have to find out in 20 years by accident and get blamed for a body or something. See, in AR, it's too rocky to just have a hump of dirt laying around...
         
        07-11-2008, 11:31 AM
      #15
    Weanling
    Quote:
    That is really disturbing
    No kidding. I had creepy dreams about it.

    The mare who had the foal seemed sad after everything. I totally believe animals know death, and know the smell, and the fact she had that baby IN the barn for so long IS disturbing....she didn't tell anyone about it. She just told the farm hands to get that stall ready for a mare and her baby. It was one of the few clay stalls, and they needed to put mats down. When the guys found it, they all were upset and confused...
         
        07-11-2008, 11:33 AM
      #16
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by barefoothooves
    A few years ago, a friend of mine (back in AR) had bought a house that was just previously owned by druggies and the govt auctioned it off, she got it cheap, etc.

    Anyhoo, we were cleaning out the barn and found all sorts of weird things. Found come creepy bent silverware, dolls with singed body parts and fake blood painted on. Children's books that they had drawn "privates" and such on the illustrations. Sicko perverts if you ask me. And the barn was "home made" by small scraps of lumber nailed together to make the SUPPORT poles on which the whole thing was built. Not to mention the car parts scattered everywhere. And there's a mysterious hump out there where something was buried, about the size of a person. My friend just never bothered excavating that... I told her to call the police and have them do it, who cares if it's just trash buried, I"d rather not have to find out in 20 years by accident and get blamed for a body or something. See, in AR, it's too rocky to just have a hump of dirt laying around...


    Did your friend ever find out what was the hump was?!
         

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