It would be but then how would you explain people leaving after spending under a year at this place? True
I was crazy enough to sleep in the barn with my horse and the two dogs. I curled up in my sleeping bag, with my gun nearby just in case it was a large critter. Sleep was virtually impossible, I think that I got maybe an hour of sleep last night. I tip my hat to you - there is no way this side of H88l and back I would have had enough nerve to do that. I can well imagine you got no sleep
Not only was my horse going crazy trying to get out of her stall but both of my dogs were going nuts as well. Barking and growling at nothing, the barking they were doing sounded like "you come any closer and your throat is going to be ripped out" type of bark. Well that's all pretty scary.
The recorder caught nothing, as far as I can tell, but I'm dropped it off at the post office this morning to send it to my uncle in PA who used to do paranormal investigations so he knows what to look for.And we will all be waiting to hear his thoughts.
When I first went into the barn and set up my sleeping bag the atmosphere was almost eerily calm. But after my mare woke me up in a panic I did notice that the atmosphere, or energy, in the barn seemed to have changed. I can't really explain it, only way I really can is to say that it gave me some serious creeps.I get it -- for the first time, since I started following this thread, the hair is up on the back of my neck.
I'm going to call my friend, who is really a pen pal of mine in a way but now I live close to him then before, and see if he can come check things out. He's a native american medicine man so maybe he knows if anything happened here between the indians or can tell me what to do in order to keep peace at this place. Another great person to call on for help. I can't wait to hear his thoughts, too.
After last night I'm seriously starting to believe that what I'm going up against is something paranormal.The scary thing about that is, "it" or "they" don't seem too friendly