Battlefield with faint orbs and frosty-looking grass in the summer!
My husband Greg works at a city utility building (which will remain anonymous!) that is on a civil war battlefield which was the site of one of the bloodiest battles in the war. He and his fellow workers have often had strange things happen while working at the water department filter plant.
Several times, Greg has seen something out of the corner of his eye, but when he looked around, nothing would be there! Once, it was like a shadow moving along the floor.
One night, a worker at the plant said that when he entered one of the rooms, he found all of the utility certificates (that had been hanging on the wall) on the floor.
Another night, while in the break room, Greg and another guy he was working with, two different times, several days apart, heard the sound of a door latching. No one else was in the building either time. The guy with Greg said he was used to hearing noises like that.
As if all this weren't enough, a few times Greg and a co-worker heard voices, like a conversation going on. It happened once when Greg was listening to the radio, and it happened to the co-worker when he was back-washing a filter. Apparently the entities use these devices to help them manifest sounds.
It's not just sights and sounds, at the filter plant. Greg said that a few times when he was outside at work at 3:00 AM that he noticed the smell of perfume in the dead of winter!
In addition, Greg said that there is constantly a problem with the instruments at the filter plant which are run by electricity.
Used to, Greg had to work many nights by himself. He just tried to stay busy and concentrate on his job (which I'm sure he always does anyway!).
Of course, night is prime time for spirits, but the ghostly goings-on are not just limited to after dark, because on the day shift, several of the workers have heard a strange knocking sound on the wall.
Greg and these other guys are braver than I would be! They certainly do earn their money!
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Thanks for visiting! Until next Saturday, Becky
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