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March 19, 2008

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papadale

Many many moons ago when your #1 squeeze was a certified B.S.A. privative camper, one of his favorite past-times was scaring the bee-geebers out of the youngest of the new campers with some near-believable ghost stories, it appears D.B. may have given him some long needed new material. Thought # 2, if another floater should pop up, be sure to check the pockets, there's no reason in the world for the meat wagon driver to get to keep all the bounty. (Dark enough for ya?)

Grandma and  Pop Pop

If it were me, I would definitely plan to continue the tradition of the Memorial weekend Stone Mtn camping trip in that same wonderful campsite. That one awful experience was just a terrible fluke and won't happen again. I think that forging ahead and putting all of those bad thoughts from last year's experience out of your mind is a very healthy thing and will help bring you closure to the whole experience.

Jacquelyn

I vote we go! If we can get through one creepy night, we'll be fine. I mean, what's the worst thing that could happen? Her ghost could climb into your tent during the night, and although that would truly suck, I think the likelihood is pretty low. We'll just have to brush up on our ghostbusting skills.

I can just see us now though...sitting by the campfire at 1:00 am..."Did you see that?"..."Did you hear something?"..."What's that rustling sound?".

A final thought...our kids don't have a clue about what happened...we need to keep this tradition going for them. Also, if we don't camp there, someone else will just be basking in the glory of our awesome campsite. Not to mention that 363 nights will have past with folks camping there and I've heard no reports of DB's or hauntings to date.

Jennifer Niesslein

I would go but also be sure to bring along some Ativan. Just in case.

Marsha,

I have to wonder if you're really the same person as you were before the DB. I'd probably have the same questions as you about returning. You know the possibilities are so minute that the same thing will happen. However, the possibility is high that you will remember it more vividly once you're there. Did you ever find out what happened there?

Becky

I would not go down to the Looking Glass Station with Desmond. (said Charlie)

Oh wait . . that doesn't help you much though, does it? I think I am going to go watch the LOST episode I DVRd tonight....

Becky

I would not go down to the Looking Glass Station with Desmond. (said Charlie)

Oh wait . . that doesn't help you much though, does it? I think I am going to go watch the LOST episode I DVRd tonight....

nsgee1

STONE MOUNTAIN, GA: A DB found on the shores of a campsite in 2007 has returned this year to speak with author Julianne Hale. Camping in Hale's traditional spot was a bunch of baby boomers who decided to book the location for the next 30 years, if they live that long. The boomers said they did not see DB, since she showed up to speak with Hale only. Hale could not be reached for comment.

Katb

Hey J- what did they ever do about that? Did they find out what happened? I wouldn't let any DB keep me from having fun. Plus, it might be a way to let her go too- do a little "letting go" ceremony. Just a thought.
Have fun!!

Jacquelyn

Hey, Katb gave me a great idea!! I'll bring my Ouija board and we can try to summon her!! Doesn't that sound like fun?

Spaz

Yikes.

Julianne

Please no Jacquelyn.

The ouija board is NOT my friend, never has been.

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