5/20/08

Children Of the Grave Are you scared yet you should be this is the real deal.

There was a two hour special on the SciFi channel called "Children of the Grave" last night. Basically, it's a documentary that records the hauntings of places where reported sightings of ghostly children still roam (orphanages, schools, etc.) I remember the paranormal researchers went to this one place called "Zombie Road" in Missouri. The name is derived from a number a reasons, one being that there's been so many deaths and murders on that road, the place is said to be infested with "zombies" that rise from the dead. I would look it up on Google. The place has a very VERY eerie history. Anyways. I wanted to share with you all some pictures that were on the documentary. These are "shadow people" that were found along the paths. Having a hard time believing those photos. I thought at first they were recreated photos. But they're not. The one with the group of them on the hill is very eerie though.

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those pictures are extremely creepy I went to the link you posted and I want to ask others to look also because I swear that one picture of the one on the bridge got bigger in front of my eyes that scared me I left the link page,sees let me know if any one else sees it like I did...creeped out for the night....

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From what I saw, heard and read, everything is genuine. The photo of all the children is NOT fake because more than one team got the same images. The black mass is something I have seen before, so to me I feel its authentic. The Zombie excursion was pretty amazing, and you could feel they were leading up to something but no clue what. The outcome was amazing, and there were so many of them up there. There were hundreds of dead animals, and it showed clips of I believe it was 1984 of finding dead babies and people. That is one place I wouldn't go for all the tea in China LOL..They narrated a lot, and explained how it couldn't be fake or a camera issue etc. I am not naive enough to believe everything, but I would say for the most part, GENUINE..JMO..JN

i don't think they are fake at all, they look genuine, as JN stated that more teams got some similar like results, plus the way some of there pictures of orbs moving, emitting there own light and the way they-are moving, I'm believing this to be Genuine photo graphs and EVP's of zombie Road, i would like to visit this place, think i'll take a road trip there some time to check it out even for myself with some friends of mine.

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If this zombie road is like the road that goes into the bog where all of the bog-creepers(shadow people) here where I live, I would say that these photo's are real. The terrain there in Missouri looks like the terrain here in Kentucky where I live. I am preparing a thread on the bog-creeper and do not feel the need to talk much about shadow people today but I will say that I watched the film and it could be fake, but coincidence tells me that it's as real as it can be.

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One quick last note ... I hooked up a audio amplifier and a phone coil so that electromagnetic frequencies are transmitted back as sounds and went to the bog for the first time with it last year. Lets just say that the place just is not right. Orbs, bog-creepers and even reports of times-lips ... very trippy place.

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If anyone missed it on sci-fi, I recommend buying it because they couldn't fit the entire 2-hr dvd into 2 hours of tv. The dvd is uncut & definitely worth owning. Zombie road looked like a really creepy place, specially with that pic they got.

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I don't think it would be so hard to believe that paranormal activity goes on up there. Because there were so many bizarre deaths there, the place undoubtedly has a lot of negative energy. I think the pictures are real, but even if they weren't, they still scare the bejeezus out of me. I'm always up for a good scary picture!

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I was kinda bummed the other night when TAPS wasn't on, but then realized that it was another documentary from Spooked and had to watch. I give them credit, they do a lot of research on the places that they go to. I don't know it any of you have seen the one they did on Waverly Hills, it was awesome as well. I'm not the kind of person to believe everything either, but you have to admit that Zombie Road is very creepy.

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o you know where in Missouri Zombie Road is located? We could get a Midwest group to meet there and see for ourselves if these are genuine or not. They are some pretty cool photos that is for sure. They almost look too good to be true, but seeing is believing! Anyone interested in a road trip?

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I saw that special. I love that picture with all the shadows on the hill. It creeped me out when I first saw it on that show. I didn't think it was real (meaning I thought it was a picture created for the special) until I looked it up later.

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Well, you can be with me on the skeptic part, but no way am I going there...I might be skeptical, but I'm also a scared cat...LOL

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what I saw on the show and here, I think its real plus as I said, it was taken by more than one investigator. They don't cast a shadow, so things that make ya go "hmmmmmmmmmmm

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I know. The cop was a little camera shy and strange, but he certainly made it clear as to the dangers involved. I was on the edge of my seat as I waited to see what they would run into up there.

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That cop made me laugh cause he acted so strange, secretive but funny. The one with the shadows was strange for sure, but as we know, more than one investigator got the same kind of shot. They were different sizes and shapes, but I don't know that much about thermals..I would go up there, during the day with about 400 other people, other than that, too skeery for my liking. I really liked the EVP's but they were too disturbing due to the fact they were children's voices, and screams. Would you ever go there with your team?

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I taped the show and just watched it last night. I actually just taped it because it was on after ghost hunters. I had no idea that zombie road was on it. I first walked Zombie road back in 94. Stupidly, I was 16 and went with some guy afterwork that I barely knew. It was still daylight when we started. It didn't feel creepy at all at first. There were some beer cans and stuff on the road, so you could tell people partied there. The closer we got to the railroad tracks the scarier it got. I felt like we were being watched and could hear what sounded like drumming in the distance. Like native drumming. There were also some weird red lights in the woods. Very small faint lights. But there is a road close by and houses in the distance. It's not totally in the middle of nowhere, so there definitely could have been an explanation. I never went as far as they did. They went over a bridge. It's a really far walk if you go that far. None the less, I couldn't wait to get off that road that night.

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On the show the ex cop they talked too said to take guns, ever the towns people were making noise to scare them...

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This place sounds incredibly awesome. Living in the Chicago-land area, a trip to MO wouldn't be terribly far or long. I'm definitely interested in checking this place out this summer. Those pics on the website, although some (not all) look really fake, are creepy and interesting to say the least. To personally catch something like that on film would be a dream come true.

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Yes, creepy place is missouri. I watched a special on the children who died there. They call them shadow people now. there is also a dvd out called children of the grave. I actually got creeped out a bit watching all of the footage, it will definitely make you a believer. You can google "ZOMBIE ROAD" and they have all sorts of information there. That's where I saw your question. I am intrigued with scary stuff and this place is as scary as they come. let's go, ya wanna? Is there a specific reason that you have a interest in this place? Are you writing a paper. I'm curious.

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ARE YOU SCARED?
YOU SHOULD BE
CAUSE THIS AIN'T SCARE TACTICS..... this is for real !!!!!!

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