I didnt catch it what was it about ?
It was about a train wreck that happened late in the 1890's or early 1900's somehwere in North Carolina...I think. Anyhow, a group of amatuer ghost hunters were investigating this wreck. Legend has it, on the anniversary of this wreck, on the very same tracks, you can hear the ghost train coming and even hear the wreck.
So these amatuer ghost hunters were standing on the tressel of this bridge and a real train came along. Most jumped or got pushed to safety....most sustained injuries from the fall from the bridge, but one man was killed while saving the life of his bride by pushing her out of the way. Interesting story...... I still want to go ghost hunting, but not on a friggin bridge.
ooooohhhh I see what you mean how intriguing, humm yup I love excitement I would love to know more about that, have you seen that programme on TV about Ghost hunters I have had it on occasionaly its really scary ...I do believe there are spirits I just havent encountered any ...yet ...
We love Ghost Hunters here at my house. I watched a story today on children with the ability to speak with the dead. The youngest girl had a "friend" named Freddy Stuart who had died about 100 years ago. She had alos met Freddies Mom's spirit named Catherine. She had all of this information on them. A psychologist went to the library and the historical society in the small community and found proof of a Stuart family...mother named Catherine and a son named Freddie.......UNREAL!
I love that stuff!
OMG thats awful. I never heard about this. What show crew was this?
We watch Ghost Hunters here. My daughter won't. She says if she wants to see a ghost, just stick around this place! LOL. But at least after this show started, I didn't feel quite as nuts. At least others see these things too. I've always assured my children that they are perfectly normal, just with extra gifts. But probably best not to discuss in public. I don't think the teachers in our town would approve!
I am not for sure of the name of the show, but I am captivated by all shows of this nature. I believe this one was on the A&E network. Truly an amazing story!!!
The Travel Network does quite a few as well.