|Two of my nephews when they would dress up in sweet costumes|
|Me preparing for piano recital around 10 years old|
|The Amityville Horror House|
The barn is where he often feels things are "off," so to speak. Many nights he puts the donkeys in their stall with the doors closed and when he feeds the next morning one of the donkeys will be separated and in the second stall with the door still closed. This has happened so many times. I just poo poo him, but last New Year's Eve my sister and her family came to house sit for us. She called to tell me she got the strangest feeling in the barn. She said she closed down the barn the night before and the next morning she found the closed doors open and the donkeys moved. When she told me this, I have to admit, I got chill bumps. The husband is used to it. He even thinks he saw it one time, calling it the black haired farmer. Whoever/whatever is just simply mischievous and loves the barn, Richie said. I like to think it's the old farmer who built the barn many years ago, but I don't really believe in spirits.
|Haunted Verde Barn?|
How about it. does your home go bump in the night? Is your barn inhabited by an opaque, donkey moving, black-haired farmer, or some other poor and restless soul? If so, don't worry about it too much, unless you start waking up at 3:15 a.m. and your walls are bleeding. In that case, flee by the 28th day!
Happy Halloween All!