My brother-in-law came home from work last night and described that he saw something strange moving quickly across the road up ahead but when he got there, there wasn't anything there. He kind of believes in aliens but not ghosts so he told us he thought he saw an alien or "something". He knows that I have seen ghosts and lived in the haunted house of Hinsdale NY before the people who told the story, so he looked up ghosts for Salem, Ohio and saw a picture of EXACTLY what he saw. It was posted here on this site under Crybaby Bridge. I think this just may have made him a believer.
Thanks for reading just thought I would share this.
I wish you could have seen his face and heard his voice while he was describing his experience... It was one of shock, wonder, awe, disbelieving, realization all wrapped up at once...
I just didn't think I would see the day that he actually became to believe in ghosts...
Just an added note:
We are new to Ohio but you can bet I WILL be checking on different sites for hauntings near by once we can start going
Out in public again. I look forward to discovering all the wonders and hopefully experiencing some actual ghosts hanging
Around different spots, but I don't plan on bringing any attachments home with me; so therefore I Will be going on these
Tours AFTER properly protecting myself and others who accompany me.
If you know of any truly reputable ghostly places to go feel free to share them with me.
I would truly appreciate it.
Be Safe, Be Healthy,
None of the comments here are insulting or patronising. The readers are requesting clarification. I personally feel that there is a possibility that her BIL witnessed something other than the crybaby incident. We are asking for further clarification, full stop.
To state that members of this forum consider themselves to be paranormal encyclopedias, are arrogant and conceited, is merely your very misguided opinion.
You will also note that the OP undertook to participate in the discussion so no, you are wrong on that score as well, this is not a "read-only account".