This one isn't super long, and may not be very scary to most, but it stuck with me for a long, long time. So, here goes.
It was Halloween night, I think 2014, once again in my hometown of Richmond, Kentucky. My cousin, his girlfriend, and myself had been riding around, and went out to get some candy to hand out to trick or treaters when they came.
We decided to take a shortcut back to his place, since we kind of got a late start, because we lost track of time. It was around 6:45 pm, and the sun was going down; which didn't help the fact that the road we took, Old Crutcher Pike, is dark, kind of creepy, and very crooked and narrow already.
We turned down the road, turned on the headlights, and headed towards his house which was about 2 miles away. It seemed to get darker the further down the road we got, probably because there weren't very many houses or lights around.
I decided to roll the window down, it was particularly warm for October, around 63 degrees (Kentucky weather is crazy like that...). So now with the window down, I'm paying more attention as we pass by what few houses there are.
We come across a couple of mobile homes, next to one another, one with a carport, and directly across the road was a small, dilapidated shack. Then I saw it, and by the look on my cousin's face and sudden hurry to get off of that road, he did too.
Under the carport, at the back of two cars, as we drove by we saw a man in black slacks, with a white old timey shirt and a black vest, and cane, standing beside a woman, with a white, lace lined dress, and a bonnet, just standing there staring at the shack, with big, glowing eyes that looked like reflectors.
We got about three football fields away, and pulled over. We both looked at each other and said, "Did you see what I saw?" We talked about it, and both agreed we had. So we turned back around, and drove back by, in the opposite direction, and saw nothing when we passed the house. We turned around, left the road and went to his house, and ended up eating way too much candy because the kids had already stopped for the night.
I believe what we saw was real, and I know that he does too, but for anyone who has a "logical" approach, I can't say that it couldn't have been setup. But if it was a fake, just to scare people, then moved or something, it was a very, very good one!
Also worth mentioning, the land my cousin lived on, and all around there was known for being on Indian burial grounds, and really old farmland.
Thanks for reading, any input appreciated, and welcomed! (All my stories don't have something to do with eyes lol just this one and the first one I posted.)