These Paranormal Small Town Stories Are Incredibly Weird - Odd Nugget
The crazy small town stories in this roundup might make you wonder...
In the small rural town of Sacherton, children have been going missing.
Missing children, in general, were not difficult cases to solve, and they were definitely not worth nationwide attention in the media.
What was different about this particular case, however, was that there was no evidence whatsoever as to how the children disappeared.
There were no broken windows, off-looking people with masks, nor jammed door knobs.
It was as if the children just turned into mist and evaporated in the middle of the night.
As I lay here in my bed attempting to fall asleep, I hear the tornado siren begin to ring out over our small town alerting the residents to seek shelter.
I lay here awaiting the inevitable as I type this out, because everyone in a small town knows,once you hear the siren it's already to late.
Posted on Reddit by R2Beatngu.
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I'm going to be upfront this is a fairly mundane glitch, but I believe it to be a legitimate glitch none the less and most importantly I'm not the only one who experienced it.
So for a bit of background, I travel to a lot of very remote places for work, I do backcountry trail maintenanceprescribed burnsenvironmental stewardship stuff seasonally for various state and federal agencies and so as logic follows working in remote places of scenic beauty requires me to live in remote areas. This most recent position of mine is at Roaring River State Park in Southwest Missouri near a small to mid sized town called Cassville. Now I've been working at this park for almost 3 months now and whenever I make a trip to town I pass by a gulf gas station,I've filled up there quite a few times, and this gas station is the location of a few oddities that brought me here.
Now I seem to have a slow leak in on of my car tires that started to manifest about 2 months ago as it started to finally get cold down here. This leak requires me to pump up the tire every two weeks or so. So naturally when I first noticed this I went to town and checked the local gas stations for an air pump and the first place I checked was this Gulf gas station. I did multiple laps around the building looking to see anything and checked the perimeter and there was no air hose. This was annoying but I moved on and checked around other places until I eventually found one at a different station. Now I don't know why but I checked that station at least 2 maybe 3 more times on separate dates thinking maybe I just missed the hose and I'd see it again and never saw anything until the other day.
I was sitting in my car at the sonic across the street from the gas station grabbing a bite to eat and just kinda people watching when I saw a incredibly rotund man in a little s-10 pickup get out and start airing up his tires, it took me a moment but then all of a sudden I realized that somehow that man was using an air hose I hadn't seen there before. The thing was plain as day and there's no way I missed it 3 separate times. I then proceeded to see it used by several other patrons in short order and went over to investigate myself to find that the thing was definitely a long-standing fixture of that gas station based on the weathering of the hose and unit.
Now this is where things begin to get a little stranger. At my job I have a fellow seasonal co-worker who also had low tire pressure around the same time I did and we commented that we had both gone to town and the ONLY air pump was a pay pump at walmart. He had checked the other filling stations in town and had also not found anything and naturally we complained about it together. Well after I had seen this new old air pump, he investigated and was equally surprised and confused by the whole thing and reported back an even stranger occurrence. He said that he went inside to grab something and the whole inside was completely and unrecognizably different than it had been in trips prior, however this I haven't been able to personally verify since I haven't been inside the place since he reported this.
I've had other strange little things happen here making me wonder if this town isn't a sort of Gravity Falls Lite. Every once in a while I'll stop on a trail I've literally spent three months working on, look around, and a section will be utterly unrecognizable, almost like I'm on a new part of the trail until I walk a little more and come back to a familiar scene. And just last weekend I went to taco bell at 9:00am for some breakfast only for that to get all topsy turvy. I have had breakfast at this taco bell before I know this for a fact, the sign on the outside says "breakfast" on it and it was open at 9am. I pull up to the window and was informed by the girl that they haven't served breakfast at that location since last March, which is weird because definitely had a breakfast crunch wrap there within the last 2 months.
None of these things are exactly world shattering glitches in the matrix but the fact that so many of them have happened in so little time, and most importantly happened to both myself and my co-worker it makes me feel like something glitchy is going on in this neck of the woods.
Update I went inside the gas station for the first time and it could very well be a false memory but the interior is red with red neon and I thought I remembered it being blue with red neon... Weird but I can't say that change is real with as much confidence as the air pump
Posted on Reddit by Mountain-Squatch.
The year is 1973, yet in the little sleepy town of Riley you would be forgiven for thinking it was 1920.
A little small town still living in the past, things are simple in little old Riley.
The Lake has come.
No one knows exactly what it is, where it came from, or what it wants, all they know is it brings with it the stench of death.
For a sleepy little town Riley sure holds a lot of secrets.
And they can't be kept forever.
The Lake is here.
And it's getting bigger.
Having our small town completely destroyed and submerged in water after the hurricane wasnt the scariest thing that happened.
What terrified the town most was the hundreds of bodies found after the wreckage was cleared that no one in any surrounding areas could recognize.
Posted on Reddit by parker_thor789.
I recently moved to a small town and bought a really old house for a great price
I thought the house was cheap because its so old but after moving here Ive learned from locals that every other owner has mysteriously disappeared
Posted on Reddit by Permatheus.
Genetically created to be broodmares, Phyrne Galaxy and her mother, aunt and cousin dont need men, they need freedom.
They escaped from the warring planet of Kergeron to Earth, where Phyrnes aunts vision of winning money in a New Jersey casino comes true.
Too bad her aunts precog didnt show the hoods waiting outside with guns.
But Phyrne has her own weapon, more powerful than bullets.
Phyrne turns up the heat, taking out more than the crooks in her wave of sexual torture.
FBI Special Agent Hawk Higgens, running to protect the women, is brought to his knees, too.
Caught in her procreative spell, Phyrne ravishes Hawk.
Being seduced by an alien and left half naked and unconscious in the back of a surveillance van changes Hawks life.
He joins the Foundation, a privately funded agency that hunts aliens.
Six years later, the reason for his career change pops back on the radar in a tea shop in Kentucky.
The woman whose face still haunts his dreams has an addition to her family a five-year-four-month-old daughter.
At the same time, two Kergeron warriors are sent to Earth to bring the women back to their home planet.
With an ex-FBI agent and two alien warriors on her trail, Phyrnes calm life running the Tea Comfort shop is about to get shaken, stirred and screwed.
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There are only two rules in the small town of Modoc.
First, never visit the candy store and second, if you hear the giggling ... kill yourself before its too late.
Posted on Reddit by 2BabiesInATrenchcoat.
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