domingo, 20 de mayo de 2007

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Greetings HelloMetro users,I'd like to mention some of the cool features on the HelloMetro websites that you can use to get the most out of the experience. Our goal is to build an online community and connect people with other people and places that may be of interest to them.First, check out the Events calendars to see what's going on in your community or in a place that you are interested in visiting.
Mashpee Bigfoot Sighting in

The garden center is now the entrance to a small housing development. The incident occured at 2:00am-3:00am. They described their reaction to seeing the creature as extreme shock, and they drove off at high speed.

151 in the town of Mashpee, Mass. (now defunct) observed a tall dark hair covered bipedal creature with a black dog at the entrance to Lowdens Garden Center on Rte.

In the Fall of 1980 or 1981 two coworkers at Niel Brown Instrument Systems in Cataumet, Mass. Both witnesses were extremely sincere about what they had seen.
Sighting UFO

When this “UFO” appeared I noticed several things that would be unusual if in fact, it was a plane. Living near this airport all my life, I recognize the sound that any plane or helicopter makes. I live about a ¼ mile away from an airport. I was walking my dog at about 8 pm, and just over the trees I noticed a triangular form of flashing white lights fly from south to north. This craft had no colored lights. It is a small municipal airport, with a 3001 x 150 ft runway. There are no air traffic controllers and most of the planes that use it are Cessna 172 Skyhawks. As I recall it flew at a considerably slower speed than an airplane at that altitude.
It lasted maybe 20 seconds, and I watched it until it was out of sight, but heard no airplanes in the vicinity.
This craft made none. Typically the planes using this field have a red/white strobe on the left wing, a green/white strobe on the right wing, and a red beacon on the tail or the underside of the fuselage, plus a landing light at the front. The third, and most strange thing about it, was that even though it was low over the trees, it made no sound at all.

At the time I was about 12 years old, and while I’m unsure of the exact year, I do remember it was April Fool’s Day around 1999 or 2000, because I called my mom at work and tried to convince her I was not joking. One, it WAS flying in the air traffic pattern south to north, but on the west side of the airport, meaning if it was landing, it would be on a right approach, when all other aircraft here use a left approach. Not so much as a buzzing. Two, while I could see no definite form, it had three white flashing lights in triangular form. A patch of woods and an abandoned railroad bed separate the airport from my house. My entire life I have lived in earshot of this airport. Furthermore, the lights were not strobes, but random flashing.
weather? Hows the

Its like 65 and sunny in Louisville today and has been for the past few days? How's the weather on the Cape?
Cod and ever place worst the is best Cape

Cape Cod is the greatest place in the world, easily. It is also the worst place in the world because it is really hard to live there if you are a native young person. Astronomical real estate prices and a seasonal economy makes for broke, barren, lonesome winters. Cape Cod is a lonely place in the winter, ask anyone. As recently as the mid 90s, it seemed that a person in their 20s could get along on Cape Cod without being extravagantly rich. You work your butt off in the summer, save a little and get a cheap winter rental and live off your savings in the winter. This lifestyle seems to be a thing of the past as even winter rentals on the Cape are extremely pricey. Now, I'm not whining, I just think the dichotomy of Cape Cod is a very interesting thing. It is a place that changes its personality with every change of the season. The best people in the world live on Cape Cod, and I'm proud as hell to call it my home. I guess I gotta make it rich somehow and move back there later in life. Salud, Mike G in Louisville.
Cod Haunted Cape

She has interacted with children and told them she was looking for her father. The house is fairly well known as an "Occupied" residence. In the early morning hours one winter, a person reported seeing a number of people in the parking lot dragging a case about the size of a refrigerator. Nantucket - Wauwinet Hotel - Rumored to be built on top of an Indian burial ground, there are lights that will turn on by themselves, the sound of running water in the lobby where there are no pipes or toilets, and footsteps. It is occupied by a spirit, who it is thought is named Roberta. Nantucket - Unitarian Church - The town's clock tower is reportedly haunted by it's first pastor.

Brewster - The Captain Freeman Perry House- (Now an antiques shop, but formerly a boarding house) on Route 6a on Cape Cod. The police left, the men reappeared and managed to get the box inside. Nantucket - Main St - near the steamship, theirs feeling that something pushes you to the water. The next morning the woman tried to start her car only to find that the battery had gone dead. Nantucket - Old North Cemetery - The second oldest cemetery on the island it is haunted by a small child named Mary Abby. In the early 80's, the town cleared away some brush around the perimeter of the graveyard and did uncover a small headstone for a 3 year old girl named Mary Abby. The police were dispatched again and again they disappeared when the light hit them. People have seen blood marks on the front step.

Barnstable Inn - Drinks get knocked over by an unseen force and doors slam.

The Chicken Box - A former chicken coop that was used as a speakeasy during prohibition and is now a popular bar and nightspot. There is a portrait of him in Hendrix Hall (the basement) that watches you from all spots in the room. Children are scolded by him for being too loud, and can also see him when adults standing nearby can't. After the police left, the men returned and dragged the box closer to the bar. Nantucket - Coffin House - An elderly man sits in a rocking chair by the fire place. The people came to see the house a second time and there lights made a face in the window. The person who had reported them before saw one in her car. Brewster - The Crosby Mansion - The Crosby Mansion has only been seen by a few people, the people have said that the house has no electricity and that lights were flickering when nobody was there. The police were dispatched, but as their headlamps and spotlights passed over the people, they disappeared. His disembodied hand has been seen in windows waving goodbye to visitors as they leave. There is the ghost of a woman that can only be seen out of the corner of the eye and exudes a scent of gardenias or roses.