Sunday, October 28, 2012

The Witch's Grave, Skiatook Oklahoma - My Ghost Investigating Series.


So seeing how I am goth I guess it comes as to no surprise that I love going to the cemetery and ghost investigating.

 The picture above looks quite epic as if I am channeling a spirit or something but sadly it is not nearly that hardcore... I was actually just feeling the gravestone to see which side had the carving of the name and date so I wouldn't be walking over their grave. 
Needless to say it was pitch dark outside. ha

Brady, myself, His Brother and sister in law like to go on these little 'hunts' to see what we can find or witness.
We always find something which causes us to have more desire to hunt for more.

A little background on American Cemeteries for my foreign readers:

In America the cemeteries are illegal to go into at night...a rule that started with grave robbers. No surprise, right? Just read Mary Shelley's frankenstein and you'll know that graves used to be dug up for science so doctors could learn more about the human body and how to operate....Any ways;  You can get a heavy ticket among other things. 
When I was younger and got caught in a cemetery the officer actually drove me home in his cop car with his siren on and knocked on my mothers door to deliver me back home. My mother wasn't pleased. (our house has a cemetery in the back yard.) 
Also cemeteries are not lit up at all...the moon is your only source of light.
You'll notice in most of the pictures of me within the cemetery I have my hand on the grave stones...That is because it is so dark...I am using them as a sense of guidance. 
Moving right along~
Now for the photos of our hunt. 

Here is the back story on the cemetery we chose:
Skiatook - Witch's grave This location is an old late 1800's and early 1900's grave yard called Hillside cemetery marked by an historical site marker. It is known that a witch in the early 1900's is buried there. Many disturbing things have happened on and near this location. Talk of demonic possessions and alternately the destruction of lives to those who disturb the witch's grave. The Death of a young teen-age boy in the mid 70's that wrecked his car at a very near by bridge is known to walk the roads around the cemetery. From Skiatook take Hwy 11 north to Hillside Rd. Turn east stay on the road it will be on the east side of the road just past the curves

Here's a little video on the location as well..

We had parked at the very back of the cemetery without knowing that we actually were parked directly next to the witch's grave... As soon as we all stepped out of the car we all felt an extreme heaviness. Something didn't want us there...of course. What dead or un-living thing would want us there? 
We all said a protection prayer and then set out on our mission to see what we could find.

All the photos we took in the back of the cemetery were crawling with activity...Each one had orbs or mist within it. We even heard voices and footsteps...at times when we were all standing still right next to each other we would hear footsteps on the grass walking up to us. 
interesting.

It was very dry and chilly out this night.
The photos I've chosen to show you feature mist and orbs.
(Non of us were smoking.)



You can see brady's brother looking at the camera but a smokey fog covers the entire image. This is near the witches grave.


The smokey fog blocking out another photo. Mind you that it was NOT foggy out the night we chose to do this. It was very clear and chilly. 


Brady's sister in law and I standing by a grave...and a strange fog figure next to us. (don't pay any attention to the date on the bottom right of the camera. Once we were in the cemetery the camera started Turning on and off  and the date on the lower corner would disappear and reappear as different dates...)


Heres a photo with two impressive size orbs.


The above two photos are taken in the same location without moving. This way you can see how in most pictures it is dark and then in others a 'fog' is passing by. This one in the top photo you'll notice the 'fog' floating in the air... and then in the next photo we take it is suddenly right in front of us.

Also in the top one you can see some orbs.



This last photo includes a orb but I mostly put it on here so you could see what the photos looked like when the 'fog' didn't disturb them...

Our end result from visiting this place is:
Yes. It is haunted.
Yes. It is Demonic.
The energy is drained from you, you feel a heaviness, you hear voices, and feel a sense of freight. freight seems like a given but I don't mean a normal freight... I mean a freight for your life. I've been ghost haunting for awhile and you can tell the difference from the feelings a ghost gives you and a demon gives you.

If you chose to go to the location make sure to pray to your god for protection, and then pray over yourself before leaving that nothing is aloud to attach itself to you or follow you home.

I wont be revisiting this place... even in day light.

Stay Spooky!
Allison Eckfeldt.







6 comments:

  1. Is it possible the graveyard is infested with Shadow people? They tend to give off the feeling of dread and immense fear even though they often do no harm.

    Although, from your description of the activity, it definitely sounds as if someone nasty didn't like you disturbing their burial site or perhaps messed around with demons before they died.

    Awesome stuff.

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  2. How very interesting! Specially the weard fog and changing dates..maybe people had died in same days or something? Still.. really spooky and interesting. I have not never seen that kind of fog in cemeterys or anywhere.. And I have a lot of experience of spirits.

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  3. Love it!! I'm guess you like (or would) ghost hunters, the serie!!

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  4. It's so nice to find another American Gothic Blogger. Be safe on your cementary adventures.

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  5. Very scary. I wouldnt like to be in a cemetery where some of the people resting there doesnt want any visitors and does stuff to prove a point ha.

    Never been cemetery visiting before either, that sounds a little lame for a Goth to say but I have no other gothly-inclined people where I live to come with me so I rather not go alone hehe.

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  6. It looked like there was a demon with an axe in the picture with Brody's sister-in-law,and there are so many faces in the fog

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