Those are Beautiful photo's well done. I love the Old Fieldstone Arche's, That was very typical back then when Building a house with a exposed foundation . It also made it easier to carry things in and out, When you have Arche's. Because their was no Lintel their was more head room. Even if the house Burned down in a lighting strike. According to one of the Previous owners. Who said it felt like a Cleanseing after it Burned down. She said she would never return in the episode of A Haunting. The house maybe gone, But maybe the Evil Spirit is still their.........................................
Yes, we did have to be careful where we walked, when its snow covered it is gorgeous there but it still has a very eerie feeling, to this day we still cant explain he cut on my buddies bicep because none of his clothing was ripped and I have first response training and the cut on his arm was new. We are planning another trip up there if we can just get some snow to cover the trails up, I'll try and post fotos of wintertime cause it is stunning. When you ehance that picture it is just a play of lite, an optical illusion. In my pictures you cant see it because its overcast and starting to snow, plus a piece of the stone broke off right there so it adds to the effect of a man.
My Name Is Chad Gehring I live in Clayton Michigan I love gost and to hear stories about them is really cool i really dont beleave gost can hurt you but i been wrong befor so i can say that if you say thay can i beleave you
Post by phattmoron on Sept 22, 2009 6:43:32 GMT -6
Found it!!! It was pretty easy....we picked the right roads but went right by it the first time. We went back to the main road, re-checked our route, and decided we must have been on the right road. Then we remembered passing an overgrown drive just before we got to a group of newer houses so we decided to go back one more time and take a look at that drive. I parked the cycle at the entrance and my wife walked in about a 100 feet or so. When she came running back waving her arms I knew we had hit pay dirt!!! She said twin chimneys were unmistakable. We just stayed parked at the entrance, walked in, took about 20 nice pictures of the site, and left without touching or disturbing anything. We kept a low profile, made sure not to bother anybody or anything and nobody bothered us. It was super cool and probably one of the highlights of our ride that day!!! I'm not sure how to post pictures here (mine look about the same as the others) but if anybody wants them just drop me a message.
Here are a few of my Summerwind pictures from our cycle trip there in September 2009. We didn't see or sense anything spooky but then again we were there on a nice sunny Sunday morning. The only ghostly images on these photos are me and the wife - ha, ha!!!
Just uploaded this online, and wanted to share..... I picked this up on Ebay in 2010, just for the Summerwind connection. It's a "First-Day Cover" signed by Summerwind's original owner, Robert Lamont. (Interestingly, it's dated 1935, which was either after or around the time he reportedly abandoned the house)