Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Zombai Road

Located in Glencoe, Missouri, Lawler Ford Road (nicknamed Zombie Road by locals) is a 2 mile long road through forest, hills and limestone bluffs which dead ends at the Meramec River. With over 100 years of history, the road has many legends concerning it. Tales of Native American spirits haunting the grounds, people who got lost out there never to return, and drug deals gone bad. There have been a few accidental deaths out there along with evidence of strange ritualistic-type activities which could be cause for some of the paranormal occurrences that are reported out there.

One of the most well known anomalies along Zombie Road is that of Shadow People. Dark shadowy figures that appear along the side of the road and nearby in the woods. A few years ago, Tom Halstead took the picture below which clearly shows a dozen of these figures standing amongst the trees seeming to peer back at him.
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Investigators from the Paranormal Task Force, along with filmmakers from "Children Of The Grave", went out there to see if they could also capture these shadow people on film. It was not long before they began to pick up strange figures next to the trees, and just prior to that - a large black mass slowly moving along the road towards them. A noticeable temperature drop coincided with these sightings along with another important find. The team was using a laser grid system. They found that these black masses/shadows will actually break the beam. Which gives reason to believe that these entities have substance.

24 comments:

  1. oooohhhhh! scary!

    but seriously, this kind of story is amazing!

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  2. If that's not creepy, I don't know what is.

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  3. i don't know that i want to click to enlarge that...

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  4. NIIIICEE!Kinda creepy how the shadow peeps don't have a reflection in the water like the trees! O.o

    :O

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  5. I have shivers down me spine! o:

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  6. Actually, I'd like to see it... I boring of life, so, being in touch with a paranormal activity would be the best can happen to me.

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  7. this is one of my more favorite blog posts from you :)

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  8. Another great story, another ruined set of boxers.

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  9. oh god. we need a documentary on this. pronto.

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  10. Wow, that is super creepy. Thankfully, I love super creepy. Great picture. I'd love to hear more about the legends surrounding this place.

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  11. Oh fudge that. I am not going there.

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  12. creepy poopies! >=(
    WAAHHHRRRGG!!! >=O

    smoochies n' poopies though! :*

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