The Ghost of Susan Alamo

The Ghost of Susan Alamo

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smokin

Frazeysburg, OH

#1 Mar 5, 2012
biskitshoes

Okotoks, Canada

#2 Mar 5, 2012
...... I just KNEW she'd be back!
brother d

Lilburn, GA

#3 Mar 5, 2012
does the fact that she only came back as a ghost mean that 'you people' weren't praying hard enough? or did someone nod off on their prayer shift?
biskitshoes

Okotoks, Canada

#4 Mar 5, 2012
..... it coulda been my fault .... on the 3rd day of my fast and kept thinking about the beef and potato burrito I passed up - and no one was looking.
brother d

Lilburn, GA

#5 Mar 6, 2012
so what's the real trick here? anybody been to this intersection? does Sue's ghost wear roller skates?
biskitshoes

Okotoks, Canada

#6 Mar 6, 2012
... it's an optical illusion. Your eyes are misinterpreting the visual cues when there is no flat horizon in site. If you put a carpenters level on the road it would show you that the road is in fact sloping downwards. Or, maybe Susie's playin' with our heads.
brother d

Lilburn, GA

#7 Mar 7, 2012
biskitshoes wrote:
... it's an optical illusion. Your eyes are misinterpreting the visual cues when there is no flat horizon in site. If you put a carpenters level on the road it would show you that the road is in fact sloping downwards. Or, maybe Susie's playin' with our heads.
It wouldn't be the first parlor trick the Alamos have played. Scam is the name of their game. Pretty funny though to think of Sue out there in her roller blades and Aimee Semple McPherson preacher costume.
Modesto

United States

#8 Mar 7, 2012
"Shudder",How 'bout that trick of keeping her in the parlor in the house up on the ridge all that time!?I heard some of the kids really got freaked out having to sit in there with her at night!!
bye bye bernie

San Antonio, TX

#9 Mar 7, 2012
LOL ! I do vividly remember hearing a sudden noise during my 2 hr "spec house prayer shift" when we prayed round the clock for her to raise from the dead. I almost jumped out of my skin. what a cult of darkness, sitting around someones casket. seems so long ago now. this mountain dew can stuff is really "way out there" reminds me of sonia's dream or vision of susan's head popping up in the middle of a circular rack of clothes in some store. hmmmmm
Modesto

Paicines, CA

#10 Mar 7, 2012
BRRRRRR!!I can see my breath and the thermometer says 78 degrees here!
brother d

Lilburn, GA

#11 Mar 7, 2012
the next time I go through Arkansas I'm gonna have to stop at the haunted intersection and have Edith push me around on my roller blades. We could skate in tandem.
Modesto

United States

#12 Mar 9, 2012
It occurred to me in conversation with my son yesterday that one couldn't ask for better elements for a ghost story than Georgia Ridge and the old Alamo place.A huge mansion with a half full, heart shaped pool where a dead woman was kept up stairs for months then finally entered in a pink marble crypt that is now empty with the front of it smashed in with sledge hammers by thieves who came and stole away the body! This in an area where hidden cemeteries are said to exist where undocumented children who passed away were secretly buried to keep any hard questions from being asked of the Alamo's' regarding the pregnancies and births attended only by unlicensed midwives, children's ill treatment and or lack of proper medical care.Hollywood,are you listening!?No wonder things roll uphill around there!!
biskitshoes

Okotoks, Canada

#13 Mar 9, 2012
....... as the old saying goes 'truth is stranger than fiction'
brother d

Lilburn, GA

#14 Mar 9, 2012
I can hear the screams of the children being beaten in the Alamo school...
brother d

Lilburn, GA

#15 Mar 9, 2012
someone should dance with Sue and then throw her off the bridge.
mac

Little Rock, AR

#16 Mar 10, 2012
Oh yeah Modesto, there are all kinds of scary best seller scenarios that could emanate from Georgia Ridge. I'm sure there's plenty of spirits that inhabit that area.
bye bye bernie

United States

#17 Mar 10, 2012
Wow ! susan's ghost must be pumping iron, to be able to push cars up Gravity Hill like that.
Modesto

Meridian, CA

#18 Mar 10, 2012
You are a good writer Mac,this may be a golden opportunity!
mac

Little Rock, AR

#19 Mar 10, 2012
Oh you are waaay better in originality of thought and expression than I, Modesto. Bisk and Bro D are also very good. But, thanks for the compliment anyway. I could be your assistant-lol.
mac

Little Rock, AR

#20 Mar 10, 2012
And Bye bye bernie really excels in this area and is very well read and has an excellent vocab.

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