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Yosemite Sam1

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Posted: 10/11/19 12:31pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

First off, I don't believe in ghosts, evil spirits, etc. My wife is and even half jokingly mentioned we pass by Salem for the witches. She got my church's sticker on the bumper of my truck. I told her it's not this Salem but it's in MA.

But rounding back from Washington, we have to overnight in an Oregon campsite because the next national park campground is just too far for my 300 or 3pm rule.

For some reasons, as soon as I entered this private campground, I felt a bit of unease -- bad juju -- there are no kids playing, people won't look you in the eye and everyone I meet seems pale and not been under the sun much.

Come evening, at exactly 12 midnight, I woke up with a nightmare that my possessed wife was about to kill me and I can even see the red-eyed demon behind her. And then somehow, I imagined I am hearing some chanting and imagined other campers I saw earlier surrounding our camper in some kind of satanic ritual.

I though of my 45 ACP and trying to recall my Catholic education on whether it's bullet dipped in holy water or silver bullet that kill evil forces.

Anyway, I remember I don't believe in this stuff and went back soundly sleep.

I told this story to the wife at breakfast and for the first time, she helped me decamp and we managed to leave the campsite in record time.

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I've been successful with a wooden stake through the heart of the witch/warlock but then of course one unsuccessful attempt and its curtains.


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Posted: 10/11/19 12:55pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Perhaps its time to lay off the sauce?

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Bert Ackerman wrote:

Perhaps its time to lay off the sauce?


In Oregon, weed is legal and everywhere-- so it must be second hand smoke.

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Good one. Steven King could probably make millions with just that as a story line.


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Two Jayhawks wrote:

Good one. Steven King could probably make millions with just that as a story line.


There was no chainsaws so it might not be script worthy.

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"........everyone I meet seems pale and not been under the sun much."

Good grief
It is Oregon

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Silver bullets kill Werewolves.

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Old-Biscuit wrote:

"........everyone I meet seems pale and not been under the sun much."

Good grief
It is Oregon

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I though it's Washington with their unrelenting rains?[emoticon]

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gbopp wrote:

Silver bullets kill Werewolves.


There goes my expensive Catholic education![emoticon]

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