Consolation Church - Real Haunted Place
Left abandoned for years, the Consolation Church in Red Level was rumored to be host to a variety of ghostly and otherworldly visitors. Confederate soldiers and ghostly little boys and girls have been seen walking the grounds, and a shrieking banshee has been heard sobbing and wailing from within the building. Some even say that they have seen hellhounds with glowing red eyes on the premises! Sadly, the old building burned to the ground in February of 2015; the adjacent graveyard was unaffected by the blaze, but it is unclear whether the spirits departed with the building.
Hi my name is Danielle im 22 years old . im sadly not a paranormal expert.... but i thank of myself as a researcher im very smart and have a high school degree . im very fascinated by hellhounds and wen i herd the story i wonted to get premise to come out and see the hound's for my self .... i promise in not looking for trubble ... i just wont to use these place in my documentary . im making ... Hellhounds from myth to reality . so please reply back to me . i just don't wont to get in trubble . to be honest you wore the only graveyard i found with hellhound sighting's Posted 2/1/17
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