1ST PHOTO: Ribbon-spirit. This cannot be a bug due to the fact that it seems to stop midair then fly straight down again. NO ONE was smoking; we have pics w/smoke, and they are not ribbon-shaped nor as defined as this.
2nd PHOTO: Mist over bridge railing - This is not a reflection of anything on the bridge because other pics do not show this.
Sadly, photo of sis-in-law didn't show orb behind her, and I assume the other photos of orbs won't show here either. I will try again, though!
> Mofo Wrote:
> > Hmm no civil war ghosts from Manassas?
> Actually, just north of Manassas in Warrenton
> there's a bridge over a small stream on Old
> Waterloo Rd (known as Rappahannock Station I)
> where JEB (on Culpepper Co side) was defeated by
> Jackson (Facquier Co side); 226 soldiers died
> there. There's a big field on where I assume
> soldiers camped because it's big enough.
> Last Sat night of the super moon (sober and not on
> drugs, mind you), my sis-in-law & I were there at
> 12:30 a.m. We both looked at each other at the
> exact same time and I asked, "did you hear 2 drum
> beats?" Her eyes wide, she said yes. I heard 1
> drum beat at 11 p.m. two weeks earlier when I went
> alone. There were lots of orbs (I'm a skeptic)
> until she complained her eyes were burning. I
> snapped a pic - and voila! There is an orb at her
> shoulder blade with a big, red blur below that.
> (NO comment from idiots, please!)
> Went again same night at 3:05 a.m. with brother,
> and we heard TWO distinct booms from maybe two
> hills away-not loud, but loud enough to be caught
> on my voice recorder. NOT an M-80 nor fireworks.
> Plus we were driving home and bro said, "If
> someone had done that there would have been echos
> throughout the hills. There were none! Took Ghost
> Radar (skeptic as well) until we got the words:
> engineer (who rebuilt the bridge); difficulty
> (fighting); and others I can't remember right
> Sis-in-law's parents there since mid-80s, and
> they, too, have heard lots of other stories.
> Other reports:
> The house on the Culpepper side was old post
> office, now private residence. Bro took photo back
> in the fall with two distinct red dots, and I
> swear it appeared the body was bending over, like
> they were looking at us, and there was a huge mist
> in the pic. NO ONE was smoking!
> Sis-in-law's son saw the body of a man hanging
> from the center of the bridge, which was there Aug
> 1862 but rebuilt 1919. NO, he was NOT on drugs. He
> also saw a campfire at the far end of the stream.
> There's an antebellum home next to the old post
> office where a local said one kid asked their mom,
> "who was the man in the gray suit with the
> bleeding arm?"
> I swear...two weeks ago when I went alone I had my
> voice recorder and asked the normal questions:
> who's here? does anyone want to talk to me? I
> swear to god I heard, right after I asked, "can
> you tell me your name?" I heard a shout of
> "JACKson." I didn't know he was actually there
> until I did research the next day!
> So, if anyone is bored, I suggest going! It is
> really cook because on the Facquier side there's a
> curve, and you park on the Culpepper side and walk
> on the bridge--it is so dark you can't even side
> the other side of the bridge! Creepy and fun to
> PLEASE POST IF ANYONE HAS ANY EXPERIENCES.