…to say the least.
We have been clearing off some land by my Grandmothers house this summer. There are a few stumps in there that I couldn’t quite pull out with the tractor. I decided to dig around the stumps to loosen them up a bit and then try pulling them again. This was the second stump that I had been working on this particular day.
I will write some more after you see the video below.
After the video cuts off, there was a lot of freaking out going on. We were unsure as to whether or not we should call the police. Ultimately, we decided not to call them. I went back up and got the jar to get a better look at the secrets it held inside.
There is a little man in this jar. When I first saw it, I thought it was just a tangle of roots..typical of buried jars. Imagine my surprise when it turned out to be a long haired, long nosed, freaky looking fella. Along with the man, there is an old obituary of a gentleman that no one in my family seems to know. I will not disclose his name, at least, not at this time. There is also a bone that looks like it is several years old. I have yet to determine if it is human or animal, but it sort of resembles a chicken bone. There is also a jagged tooth in that jar. Quite possibly the most disturbing thing in there… it looks very human.
The wife and I debated on what to do with this, and we decided to put it on the internet to see if anyone had any insight as to what this could be. I don’t know anything about voodoo or stuff like that, but I’m sure there are several people that do. If you have any ideas, please speak up… we are very curious.
Just an FYI, I still have not opened the jar, it creeps me out.
I will get some photos soon so everyone can get a better visual of the items.
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Australia’s only unusualist, Raymond Crowe offers a captivating combination of visual comedy, ventriloquism, shadow puppetry and magic. Raymond Crowe is writing a book on hand shadows.
This video is amazing. I can barely make a rabbit shadow puppet. 🙂 Raymond Crow can make virtually anything. They look so lifelike. I particularly like the way that he makes them appear to be breathing.
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…Slip and Slide!
When I was a kid, we had your typical long yellow slip and slide / banana peel thingamabob. Occasionally, we would get to set it up along the edge of the creek at my Grandmothers house, and slide into the creek. I thought that was a blast!
The super slip and slip that these guys constructed puts my little yellow creek slider to shame. If I would have done this when I was a kid, I probably would have had several broken bones….but at least I would have had a good time breaking them!
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