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We Accidentally Dug Into Someone's Grave!
#41
CareTaker- Your story is really creepy. I can't imagine anything worse. I don't think I'd get over something like that too easy
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#42
This experience never ceases to freak me out when I read it. The accounts I've always heard about where a spirit is angry when their grave is disturbed have usually been when it has been done with complete disrespect. This was a genuine accident, that was made right...but I would still be so creeped out afterward.
“Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away.” ~Philip K. Dick

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#43
YAAAAAAAARGHH! Oh...gawds...that is just...soooooo...gross. I have smelled dead human bodies before...but that far gone...ugh...fairly fresh ones are bad enough. Believe me...it's NOT a stink you ever forget. Yargh...think I'm gonna go puke now...
"The two enemies of the people are criminals and government...So, let us tie the second down with the chains of the Constitution so the second will not become the legalized version of the first." Thomas Jefferson
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#44
(05-30-2009, 06:46 PM)CareTaker Wrote: When my step-father died, after a lengthy battle with cancer, there were only two people who dug his grave; me and one of his nephews. He was to be buried in an old family cemetery next to his mother.

Me and the nephew took turns at the digging. Eventually we had gotten down to a little more than 4 feet and I came upon something hard and solid. After digging a bit more I soon found myself uncovering a large section of flat wood which was very soft and rotten. I tapped it with the shovel and yelled up to those on the ground that I thought we were digging into an existing grave. I was assured that there was no grave here. I scraped the dirt back an uncovered more of the wood and at that point I told everyone that there was no way I was going to dig any further and I climbed up out of the hole. The nephew expressed that there was no way a grave could be here and that he would finish the digging. He got into the hole and hit the piece of wood with the shovel. The nastiest smelling water gushed up from below the wood and drenched his legs. When I say it smelled horrible I cannot exaggerate. He climbed up out of the hole and someone gave him a ride home to clean up (in the back of their pickup truck).

I should also mention that where this graveyard was the earth was almost entirely clay. Clay does not drain well and generally water is trapped if there are any "pockets".

We decided that it was in fact a grave and either his mother's headstone wasn't in the correct place or there was an older grave beside her which had been long forgotten. We had to fill the hole back in and dig a new one in another spot.

wow after that got on me i dont think i could take enough showers then baths, eww gross stuff to some a nightmare i dont like graves but i love grave yards just not whats underneath, it would be cool if a zombie attack would happen. you got a good stomic to endor that i can only imagin the smell. I think i lost my appatie lol. vary good story one note worthy of telling thats for sure. I never had any thing like that happen to me just in dreams
In the darkness flickers a light to be sean by whom ever cares to LooK, True wisdom is to know you don't know much at all and can learn alot more.
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#45
When my father was on the board of directors for a local cemetery he and another guy would go out and "rod" the spot where someone was going to be interred. Basically they used a long metal rod and poked it in the ground to see if anyone was there. A few times he said he hit wood and the went through it. That usually meant the was an older grave there. He said most times the grave is simply not in the records or it is in the wrong spot. Now your casket is put in a cement vault that is then sealed. Nice job, huh? I guess someone has to do it.
BTW, a school friend had a headstone in his back yard. In the old days they could bury you pretty much anywhere. Even in the yard.
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#46
WOW that's creepy... did anything happen in the paranormal since after that?
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#47
That had to have been a pretty horrible experience for everyone. I bet your nephew isn't going to jump into many holes ever again.
The teacher who is indeed wise does not bid you to enter the house of his wisdom but rather leads you to the threshold of your mind.

- Kahlil Gibran
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#48
(09-21-2009, 06:08 PM)Bracket Wrote: Reminds me of the time, about 10 years ago, my uncle was demolishing a house in FL. He was tearing down a wall when he found a bunch of bones, the most noticable of them being ribs and part of a skull. Who it was and how they got there has still not been found, but they have some obvious ideas.


in the early 90's we were fixing our house we were gutting it... didn't find any bones in the walls but we did find a deck of cards made in the 20's that was pretty cool! Our house was built in 1923.
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#49
(06-21-2010, 11:54 PM)LMC Wrote: WOW that's creepy... did anything happen in the paranormal since after that?

Yes, actually I had my first and only experience with "sleep paralysis" (for lack of a better term; I was actually awake when it happened)

http://freakybrain.blogspot.com/2012/06/...-just.html

(06-22-2010, 12:22 AM)1TxLady Wrote: That had to have been a pretty horrible experience for everyone. I bet your nephew isn't going to jump into many holes ever again.

Unfortunately he died a few years ago, in his mid 40s.
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#50
So sorry to hear that, CT. Personally, I am not sure what you had was a sleep paralysis event. Smile
The teacher who is indeed wise does not bid you to enter the house of his wisdom but rather leads you to the threshold of your mind.

- Kahlil Gibran
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