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He will not allow you to talk to his wife or son; as if he was protecting them .There are other people living in the area now, and a large streetlight has been placed there by the people who own the neighboring land.Last attempt to hang picture (it was a drawing on a piece of paper and simply taped to the wall) resulted in us waking up the next morning to find it taped to the ceiling over my bed.We finally moved a tall dresser in front of it and that seemed to take care of it.Attempts were made to explain their appearance (they were visible any time it was dark in the room).They were screened off from the windows to see if they might be reflections, they weren't.It is said she was a sister there who died in a car accident.Current sisters there have reported hearing giggling and running around coming from the upstairs floor while they are in the basement.
Also when there swings in the yard you could see them swing real high as if someone was swinging on them.
Although it is said she haunts the field on Honeycreek Road where she died, other witnesses have reported her in nearby Seidman Park, and in nearby Findlay Cemetery, where she is supposedly buried.
This story was actually featured in the book "Ghosts of Grand Rapids." A little girl was killed suddenly while waiting for a school bus by a speeding car. The day of her funeral she started knocking on doors of the house she was born in.1 month later as her clothes were to be removed the doors in the home flew open with no reason.
A mile or so up this road you will come to narrow one lane trestle bridge. Legend has it that at one time there was a farm house built near the tracks. While the father ran to the barn to try to get the horses out, his wife and young son went to the tracks to wave down one of the many trains that would use that right of way.
They were too close to the tracks however and both were struck by the train as it went past. Now if you go out there late at night, you can sometimes communicate with the Father.Sometimes you can see a misty blue figure floating within a 3-mile radius of the Ada Cemetery on 2 Mile between Egypt Valley and Honey Creek.The story of her origin is as follows: A man suspected his wife of having an affair, so he followed her late one night when she thought he was asleep.Some people have reported stopping to try to communicate with her, but she always disappears or runs into the woods where she cannot be followed (due to the thick brambles that inhabit the area).