My brother sets up game cameras in different areas. Over a year ago, he set it up in my yard. When he checked it there was a unexplained figure in the photo. Almost a year later, he had his camera set up on a tree in the cow pastor. When he check it, you can plainly see a ghost and also see his buggy as he had just pulled up to the camera.
During the Civil War, there were a couple Union and Confederate war boats sunk in this lake. The lake was called Dunn's Lake up until about 1940, then it was names Dead Lake. It is a part of Crescent Lake.
In the early 1900, there was a train that went through this property going to and from the lake. The lake was used as transportation for people and goods. There was a lot of timber farms and turpentine camps in the area along with regular farms. The area had quite a few homes and stores. It was a very popular area. There was an hotel down by the lake that was a tourist hotspot. Numerous boat tours were done daily, along with picnics on shore for the visitors.
After talking with an gentlemen who's ancestors were here in the area in the early 1900's, he said there was a colored church and cemetery in the woods not far from where these pictures where captured. I have done a lot of research on this area, and I know there were a lot of homes, white and color people in this area. I have also found where most of the homes sat.
Can anyone explain or tell me what they see in these photos?
The location is in St. John's Park, Bunnell, Flagler County, Florida.