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post #121 of 237 Old 03-11-2013, 12:16 PM
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Clowns kind of freak me out too, but they can't compare with life like little dolls with moving eyes and sh*t. Looks like some little baby's soul got sucked in there and is staring at you. *shudders*
I find all baby dolls somewhat freaky - more than once the little girl's dolls have frightened the life out of me when I've caught sight of them out of the corner of my eye.

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post #122 of 237 Old 03-11-2013, 12:34 PM
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Well, last night nothing! No food was gone traps still set. Maybe it was just one??!!
Or your hubby is getting clever... LOL

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^^^ He was gone working over time,

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OK - that's all the dolls stowed away in the loft and I've nailed boards over the opening 'just in case' !!!
That's how I feel about them!
Give me an angry ghost over them buggers anyday!
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^^^ He was gone working over time,
That's why he wasn't able to eat any!
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^^^ He was gone working over time,
Nothing was touched when hubby was away?? We may have to run with Muppetgirl's sleep-eating theory here
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^^^ going to tease him with this one for awhile! LOL.

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I can see it now..........

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I worked with this guy on the pipeline who used to buy those Beggin Strips for dogs (except they were made of Turkey) and eat them.
His reasoning? Tastes like Jerky and twice as cheap. LOL

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Frank's Slide is a place here where this little town was built at the bottom of a mining mountain. An explosion in the mine one day took the entire side of the mountain down and buried the entire town. The only survivor was a horse, who got stuck in a mine pocket. He did end up dying, just due to more vet knowledge way back when (ration a starving horses feed, don't let it splurge).
But I guess it's a massively haunted place now, and noone has been able to stay the night for all the ghosts sightings and sounds.
I'm so excited.
OMG I so want to go! That would be awesome. I am "sensitive" I can see and hear "ghosts". Most of the women in my family can. I suspect my senses would be on overload there lol. I've never actually been to a heavily haunted place before so I don't know how it would be. But it would be a blast doing it with you girls

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