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The Girl Who Will Not Stay Buried
The wind , storms , and the occasional hurricane uncover the coffins buried in this graveyard on the road down to Hatteras Village just after you go across the big bridge on the right. And as the coffins and skeletal remains get uncovered something strange happens.
A beautiful girl with long red hair starts appearing just a few hundred feet away standing beside the road that leads down to Hatteras Village. She flags down vehicles and asks for a ride saying that her boyfriend is waiting for her in the village. Many people over the years have offered her a ride but she always vanishes before the vehicle she is in gets to the place where she drowned over a hundred years ago. Because you see in this ghost story we know the rest of the story. Annie Fletcher was a beautiful red haired Irish girl of 17 years of age when she drowned on a picnic with her boyfriend. And the boyfriend who was 22 at the time of Annie's death was quite the artist and he had drew all kinds of pictures of Annie who he was to have married that summer.
Annie Fletcher was in fact buried in the wedding dress her mother was making her and it is in that beautiful white dress that Annie always appears in standing beside the road trying to get a ride into the village of Hatteras.
And its strange to note here that Annie Fletcher is only seen when the sand is blown or washed off the remains of her coffin. When the sand is replaced the ghost of Annie Fletcher stops appearing. So if your ever out on the outer banks of North Carolina and you drive towards the village of Hatteras you just might catch a glimpse of Annie Fletcher. It has been reported that she is most often seen during a thunderstorm just after dark.
Ghost of the Priest
In St Josephs Catholic Church Cemetery in Mt Holly North Carolina the ghost of Father Reese is quite often spotted around the cemetery and also in the church its self. In 1943 Father Reese was sent to St Josephs Church in Mt Holly to serve as the priest there. By 1944 Father Reese had hung himself in the cemetery and he was buried a few hundred yards away in unconsecrated ground.
Father Reese it is said fathered a child with a woman whose husband was away in service and when Father Reese found out the woman was with child he went to the graveyard and hung himself from a tree that has since been cut down and removed.
The woman the legend says moved away the next day and Father Reese was buried a few hundred yards away in the back yard of a church member. The community at the time refused to have Father Reese buried in the church graveyard. Over the years since that horrible day in November 1944 Father Reese has been spotted walking in the church yard and sometimes inside the church. Over the years people have seen the ghost of the priest attending Mass.
People who have described Father Reese almost always describe the priest as looking very sad and some people have made the claim that the priest is crying. No one has ever made the claim that the priest has spoken to them. Some people over the years have often thought the ghost of the priest is just a visiting priest until the priest vanishes when someone speaks to him.
The Ghosts Of The Green River Plantation
The Green River Plantation in Rutherford County North Carolina is said to be a hot bed of paranormal activity. Here we have everything from the ghost of a large black dog to the ghostly sounds of a baby crying but no baby can ever be found.
Many times over the years people have complained about the large black dog that growls at them and blocks their way. But the interesting thing here is that we believe it is the ghosts of two large black dogs. After people see the ghost of the large black dog they quite often find the portrait indoors on the living room wall of the two large black dogs. They quite often say see there is the dog we saw outside. But upon closer inspection they see that the portrait of the two dogs was painted in 1787. So the two large black dogs are long gone.
Quite often people have heard the plainly heard cries of a baby but when they go to hunt it no baby can ever be found. Just outside the back door of the plantation house there is a small tombstone that says only , Infant 1803. No one has ever been able to find who the infant is. But many people down through the years have heard the sounds of a baby crying.
A black woman in early 1800s period dress is quite often reported hurrying along towards the back of the house. People say she looks real but will not answer questions and quite often she appears to walk through the wall and into the back of the house. At one point in history the slave quarters were located at the back of the house.
Furniture inside the house is quite often moved around at night when the Plantation House is closed for the night. Quite often all the chairs will be stacked in the center of rooms.