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Oct 29, 2017 18:39:04   #
Zudith
 
Just in time for Halloween! Let your imagination (and your photo editor) run wild...
Lets see some spooky, creepy crawlers and the places they inhabit!
I'll be gone tomorrow until later in the day, but I'll try to keep in touch on my Kindle.
"Hog Danger"
"Hog Danger"...
Black Widow Spider
Black Widow Spider...
Volkswagen "Spider"
Volkswagen "Spider"...
Old Cemetary
Old Cemetary...
Halloween!
Halloween!...

Oct 29, 2017 19:49:16   #
tjim Loc: Far Northern California
 
Zudith wrote:
Just in time for Halloween! Let your imagination (and your photo editor) run wild...
Lets see some spooky, creepy crawlers and the places they inhabit!
I'll be gone tomorrow until later in the day, but I'll try to keep in touch on my Kindle.


OH MY. Those are spooky!!!!!
Here's a couple.









Oct 29, 2017 19:57:05   #
tjim Loc: Far Northern California
 
Zudith wrote:
Just in time for Halloween! Let your imagination (and your photo editor) run wild...
Lets see some spooky, creepy crawlers and the places they inhabit!
I'll be gone tomorrow until later in the day, but I'll try to keep in touch on my Kindle.


#2 is especially creepy. GOOD pics

 
 
Oct 29, 2017 20:34:11   #
PAToGraphy Loc: Portland ME area
 
Zudith wrote:
Just in time for Halloween! Let your imagination (and your photo editor) run wild...
Lets see some spooky, creepy crawlers and the places they inhabit!
I'll be gone tomorrow until later in the day, but I'll try to keep in touch on my Kindle.


Absolutely love that VW spider!!But I really would rather have a classic Mitsubishi spyder instead - convertible, of course.

Oct 29, 2017 20:34:51   #
Roadrunner Loc: Quebec, Canada
 
Some of today's productions







Oct 29, 2017 20:58:14   #
Zudith
 
PAToGraphy wrote:
Absolutely love that VW spider!!But I really would rather have a classic Mitsubishi spyder instead - convertible, of course.

Agreed! So would I - but that would be beautiful, not scary.

Oct 29, 2017 20:59:13   #
Zudith
 
tjim wrote:
OH MY. Those are spooky!!!!!
Here's a couple.

Great shots, tjim. Especially #2!

 
 
Oct 29, 2017 21:01:22   #
Zudith
 
Roadrunner wrote:
Some of today's productions

Yes sir! Looking good there!


Oct 29, 2017 21:34:56   #
SueScott Loc: Hammondsville, Ohio
 
Here's a shot of the infamous Black Mausoleum in which "Bluidy" George MacKenzie is entombed. MacKenzie was an Edinburgh lawyer who was involved in the imprisonment of 1,200 Covenanters in 1679 in the nearby "Covenanters' prison" in the Greyfriars Kirkyard. Many of these people died of exposure, torture, and execution, while others were exiled to the New World as slaves. In all, MacKenzie was responsible for the deaths of over 18,000 Scots Covenanters. In 1999 a homeless man took shelter in the tomb and while in there did damage to many of the coffins and attempted to open that of MacKenzie. The man fell through a hole in the floor into a chamber in which plague victims had been thrown - after several centuries they were still rotting. The man fled screaming from the place and was never seen again! Since then there have been reports of paranormal activity at both the mausoleum and the Covenanters' prison area. Both are now locked. I don't believe in ghosts, but something nasty was going on!
The Black Mausoleum
The Black Mausoleum...
(Download)
Entrance to the Covenanters' Prison
Entrance to the Covenanters' Prison...
(Download)

Oct 29, 2017 21:47:28   #
Rufe Loc: Missouri
 
Welcome to the Haunting of Green Berry!











Oct 29, 2017 22:00:10   #
Zudith
 
Rufe wrote:
Welcome to the Haunting of Green Berry!

Yikes!!


 
 
Oct 29, 2017 22:02:54   #
tjim Loc: Far Northern California
 
SueScott wrote:
Here's a shot of the infamous Black Mausoleum in which "Bluidy" George MacKenzie is entombed. MacKenzie was an Edinburgh lawyer who was involved in the imprisonment of 1,200 Covenanters in 1679 in the nearby "Covenanters' prison" in the Greyfriars Kirkyard. Many of these people died of exposure, torture, and execution, while others were exiled to the New World as slaves. In all, MacKenzie was responsible for the deaths of over 18,000 Scots Covenanters. In 1999 a homeless man took shelter in the tomb and while in there did damage to many of the coffins and attempted to open that of MacKenzie. The man fell through a hole in the floor into a chamber in which plague victims had been thrown - after several centuries they were still rotting. The man fled screaming from the place and was never seen again! Since then there have been reports of paranormal activity at both the mausoleum and the Covenanters' prison area. Both are now locked. I don't believe in ghosts, but something nasty was going on!
Here's a shot of the infamous Black Mausoleum in w... (show quote)


Great story!!! and pics!!!

Oct 29, 2017 22:03:48   #
tjim Loc: Far Northern California
 
Rufe wrote:
Welcome to the Haunting of Green Berry!


AWESOME!!!!!

Oct 29, 2017 22:04:02   #
Zudith
 
SueScott wrote:
Here's a shot of the infamous Black Mausoleum in which "Bluidy" George MacKenzie is entombed. MacKenzie was an Edinburgh lawyer who was involved in the imprisonment of 1,200 Covenanters in 1679 in the nearby "Covenanters' prison" in the Greyfriars Kirkyard. Many of these people died of exposure, torture, and execution, while others were exiled to the New World as slaves. In all, MacKenzie was responsible for the deaths of over 18,000 Scots Covenanters. In 1999 a homeless man took shelter in the tomb and while in there did damage to many of the coffins and attempted to open that of MacKenzie. The man fell through a hole in the floor into a chamber in which plague victims had been thrown - after several centuries they were still rotting. The man fled screaming from the place and was never seen again! Since then there have been reports of paranormal activity at both the mausoleum and the Covenanters' prison area. Both are now locked. I don't believe in ghosts, but something nasty was going on!
Here's a shot of the infamous Black Mausoleum in w... (show quote)

Interesting history! Elegantly grisly!

Oct 29, 2017 22:06:05   #
tjim Loc: Far Northern California
 
Roadrunner wrote:
Some of today's productions


Didn't I see you chopping firewood a bit back

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