sallys bridge

I didnt believ that ghosts wore real untill I went to sallys bridge it all startid when a high school girl and her baby fell in a ditch and its been hounted sence then so if your not chicken then go ther im going again to night 20012 october 13 im only 10 years old and if you stay in the car she will sake it even thow im only 9 dosent meen its not true ask your family memebers if thay no about sallys bridge if they due ask whar are derections and if you no about it greght tttrrruuueee ssstttooorrryyy. and sayy sally sally come out and play and you car or van wont torn on intell sheas thear.Preview
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In Washington, NC the story of Mrs. Mish is still told. What happened to her is still unknown, but what folks do know, is that her ghost goes for late night walks across the Pamlico River....

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Often call the 'Gibraltar of the South' in its day Fort Fisher was an almost impregnable fortress keeping the port city of Wilmington safe from Union attack. It was only felled by an attack from practically the entire Union fleet. Well, that and a General named Bragg refused to help the troops at the fort. This is the tale of General William Whiting who, mortally wounded at Fort Fisher, returns to...

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In the small town of Alliance, N.C. is the tale of a folk hero to those in the area known as Boaz Squires. Boaz was a Scottish immigrant who came to what is now Pamlico county some time before the American revolution. It wasn't long before the people of the area took a liking to the young man even though they knew he was a wizard. And through his powers, he was able to keep the Devil at bay.. for ...

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On the evening of January 8, 1959 a tragedy occurred on Holston Mountain on The edge of the Virginia and Tennessee border. A plane carrying ten people crashed into the mountain killing all on board. But the question remains: If everyone on board was dead, who was shining the light that brought the rescuers?...