Tuesday, February 17, 2015
IN HOUSTON, TEXAS, CULTURAL MEMORIES OF THE CIVIL WAR HAVE SPARKED NUMEROUS URBAN LEGENDS. ONE OF THE CREEPIEST IS IN THE CENTER AROUND PATTERSON ROAD, LOCATED NEAR HIGHWAY SIX; Claims, depending on whom you are talking too that the road is haunted. However,
everyone agrees that the ghosts involved were Civil War soldiers. Why? Because, as we all know, every bit of land someone from that period
walked across has become a ghostly hot spot for the spirits of the soldiers of the CIVIL WAR. Believers of the ghosts of the Patterson Road say that if you go into the Langham Creek Bridge on Patterson late at night and park your car with the lights off, you will hear tapping sounds or see a white mist that will surround your car. There are even more skeptical locals that will point out that parking your car with your lights off on a busy bridge is a good way to become a ghost yourself. The image that I have is one that I found that is what the folks have seen on the Patterson Road and the spirits of the soldiers of the Civil War. As you can see the white mist surrounds them and they very much look like they come from that period where so many souls were killed by South/North. I hope you find this small post interesting my dears friends and followers love you all very much YOUR WENDY.