Halloween is such a wonderful time of the year – especially if you live somewhere where you can watch the leaves change color, which is something rare here in the Wiregrass due to the abundance of those tall pine trees.
There’s a house not too far from where I live right on AL Hwy 95 that the locals say is haunted. I find this hard to believe because it’s not that old – perhaps 15 years old at the most.
I do know that in the short 5 years I’ve lived in the Haleburg Area, I’ve lost count how many families have moved into it and quickly vacated it. The only thing I can figure is that perhaps it sets on a haunted site. If it were my place, I’d get it checked because I know that the Wiregrass Area — as is most of the South — is full of what I call “haunted history.” If the house were mine, I’d call the local Ghost Hunters and ask them to please come and investigate.
There was a time when I’d have called my friend Barb and her Shaman brother, Norman to come and help me, but Norm’s been dead now since the late ‘90’s, and my friend Barb can’t travel.
Guess I missed my chance, but I can’t help wondering about that house every time I pass it and see it empty – AGAIN!