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I am a casual blogger that likes to find curious things to read about. Outside of this I am a gamer and I am a writer.

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  1. I think your blog is dog-gone awesome! So I have nominated you for the Beautiful Blogger Award. You don’t have to accept it if you don’t want to but know I for one, love your blog. To see the rules on accepting it go here (http://wp.me/p2eEip-rb) Keep up the great work!

  2. I am Mchael Renegar, author, and 27 ear veteran ghost hunter. You can catch me in an interview about “Lydia’s Bridge” in NC next month on the show MONSTERS AND MYSTERIES IN AMERICA. You have info here about one Lydia Jane M. who is allegedly the girl killed. This is false. Any death record with this info s a fake. Only ONE Lydia died in all of NC on December 31, 1923. This was Lydia Jane McCarthy, and she was a 76 year old widow. And her death certificate says nothing about a “motoring accident…” Ms. McCarthy died of heart failure. I have seen the actual record, and have a certified copy.
    In fact, we accounted for EVERY woman with the first, middle, even last name Lydia who died in NC between 1900 and 1940, 2 years AFTER the first reports of a ghost. NOT A SINGLE ONE FIT. The closest was a Lydia Fields, who was struck by a car in 1921. But SHE was also a widow, and 64,
    NO ONE named Lydia EVER died at either underpass out there. Period. In my original research for my first book, I talked to some old people who DID remember a fatal crash in the 20’s… but the girl killed was NOT named Lydia. They thought it was something lie Mary, Mary anne, Marrianne, or something lie that. Couldn’t recall a surname. You can catch theories on that show.
    Fact though… This Mary Jane M. does NOT exist, unless they are trying to pass off the old lady McCarthy as the girl.
    Michael Renegar, Author of ROADSIDE REVENANTS, TAR HEEL TERRORS, and co author of GHOSTS OF THE TRIAD.
    CoFounder, Camel City Spirit Seekers

  3. It’s the story aboit Lydia’s Bridge, in Jamestown, NC

  4. Ok, cool. The second messae just popped up

  5. Ry says:

    eyyy where are you from omg I know a lot of the places on here

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