I know where the jail is. I tis on W.70th street behind the GE plant. It is surrounded by fence with barbed wire. There is also a guard that walks the grounds of the old jail to make sure no one defaces the property. It is not hard to find at all. if you are going west on 70th street it is on the left hand side after you pass GE. There is no road to get there, so you have to know someone that works at GE to get in. Hope this helps.
i went to the pea farm jail n ellerbe road school last nite the jails alright juss a empty building not that good but the school was pretty creepy lookin but the land was bought by sum company n they have a job sit rite beside it n a guy stoped us whne we were leavin n said he got our plate numbers n called the cops cuz its posted id recoomend the school but juss kinda get out quick b4 the cops show up its really over grown u can barely see it frm the road
ok look the school is nothing compared to the the old penal farm prison in shreveport,La by watertown it was a big prison for women an men it was made in the 1900s an was shut down in the 1950s do to the prison inmates deaths and murders by gaurds, people were shipd in from all over the U.S. to serve their time workn at the giant farms that was a very dangerous prison. Look it up online an go see for urself.
I was born and raised in Shreveport and have stories of the Forbing Ghost and Wallace Lake Dam. I'm now almost 61 years old so my stories will be over 40 years old and true. From the 1960's while in High School (Woodlawn) my friends and I did a lot of Ghost hunting around Forbing, Wallace Lake dam the Old Missle area some Graveyards around the area. I would love to share these experences with you..Let me know..email@example.com
Like I said I would be back with an address.The house is in Southgate estates.On Robert E.LeeLast house on the right . Dark red brick Black shingles all black trim 2 front windows have been bricked up. House stands out from surrounding houses.
i know exactly what your talking about i used to live in that neighborhood... its weird because no one ever comes or goes from that house! makes you wonder whats going on in there...
ok look the school is nothing compared to the the old penal farm prison in shreveport,La by watertown it was a big prison for women an men it was made in the 1900s an was shut down in the 1950s do to the prison inmates deaths and murders by gaurds, people were shipd in from all over the U.S. to serve their time workn at the giant farms that was a very dangerous prison. Look it up online an go see for urself.[/quote
ive been out there around 10 times now but weekend before last we actually went out with recorders, video heat sensors, and an emf reader. nothing at all on the top floor but one room downstairs and everything started going nuts! we really pissed whatever was in there off because rocks were hitting the walls in the next room and you could actually hear heavy breathing. the emf reader went off everytime we asked it to... i have never had an experience like that out there. my suggestion is if you really want to see/hear something, then provoke the hell out of it and its bound to show you that it exists.
Does anyone know of the house out near Golden Meadows in south part of Bossier City? I will get the exact address later. But the windows are all bricked up and the yard is immaculate at all times. But No sign of life in and out
it used to be there but it got tore down
no its still there... not the creepy old white one out in the field this is one in the neighborhood. nothing creepy about it except that whoever lives there bricked up their own windows and never comes outside. i know the white country one out in the field is gone they build houses there now. used to do all kinds of satanic rituals and stuff out there i hear. we found a dungeon out behind the house and some old cow bones. pretty cool when it was there... especially with the bayou right beside it
I went to Ellerbe with a close friend of mine when i was 18 (i'm 23 now) I first heard about it from her and I immediately fell in love and started doing some research. When i read that there is a farm guy who likes to point his shotgun at people, i was bit scared.
She said she had already been there and thought she heard someone call her name but thought that maybe it must have been weird noises the cows made.
So, late in the afternoon on sunday my friend and her dad picked me up to go check it out. We parked very close to the gate and i started taking pictures with my digital camera. I had no plans of hopping the gate but then my friend told me what was the point in coming becuase the real stuff is inside the school, and beyond the gates. so i nervously hopped over the gate with her and i kept my eye out for that shotgun dude. It us a long time to go inside because again, i was extremely cautious of this dude. there is a cabin about....maybe 60 yards out from the school and i kept thinking that maybe thats where the farm was, so my eyes were glued onto that area.
There were a few dogs running around that made me feel nervous becuase i didnt know if that meant the owner was around or if these are just loose dogs that go around biting people, but they stayed away from us near the gym building.
I read online that supposedly there was blood dripping from the ceiling, so i took pictures of the celing but everything was normal. We advanced down the long hall and came up to the Lunch Room double doors. I saw tons of trash and furniture caked in dust. I remember vividly putting my camera INSIDE the cafeteria to get a good picture of the area, but for some reason the camera did not catch this one. I even watched the flash on my camera light the room. I also read from another source that cameras do tend to act up and photos never develop or come out correctly. We then tried to advance through the breezeway but i was extremely nervous, VERY VERY nervous and then the next thing we knew, her father blows the horn and we both sprint and giggled our way back through the hall and hopped the gate as fast as we could. I got about 30 pictures worth but i'm really upset about the cafeteria picture that never came out.
I would not suggest going there due to the traspassing and private property rule, i've heard that many have gotten arrested and shot at. Plus what i and my friend didnt consider at the time was what if crazy people (cults) or poor people live at abandoned areas and they see you and start attacking you, or dragging you to a more private spot to perform rituals on you or torture you? You just never know. I would suggest bringing mace and or a pistol for protection.
This is a story about a private residence. My old house on Meadow St. in Sunset Acres, Shreveport. I came home from work one day. My roomates were working out of town so no-one was there all day. I came home only to find that everything in my room was unplugged from the walls. All my pictures had fallen to the floor and the blacklight that I had mounted to the wall was swinging. Needless to say I was freaked out. So I plugged everything back in, rehung everything and proceeded to relax and watch tv. I had just moved in and they didnt tell me about this house being haunted. I wasnt too scared because Id seen it before at a different house, but not to this extreme. A couple of days passed and nothing else happened. When my roomates came home, I asked why did yalls old roomate, who had the same room as I, move out. So then they told me everything about the place. A young kid who lived there with his parents killed himself in that very room. Now Im kindof at peace because at least I know. About a week later I came home, once again, roomates out of town. I walk into the living room. We had a tile floor, there lies the thin glass dome light cover to our ceiling fan, not broken and laying directly under the fan were it once hung. Some other things that happened; my roomate had a hanging light above his bed, he would turn it off and go to bed. A few minutes later it would come back on. It would never stay off so he had to unplug it and remove it. One time my roomate was complaining about her globes ratteling on her ceiling fan so he tightened them up for her. They went into the kitchen came back to her room and the globes were laying on her soft bed shattered right where she lays. This was no ghost, this was a poltergiest. I havent been to the house since we moved but I would love to.
I went to Oakland cemetery off Milam street last night and took some pictures. They are posted on my facebook right now. I debunked most of them as reflections and glares There were a few that I couldnt explane. You can check them out if you like and request to be my friend if you like.Troy Inman from Shreveport. There will be new pics every week at different places around the area.
we went to the pea farm yesterday, nothing really happened this time. all that happened was that we heard some voices on the second floor. & we heard a bangin noise in one of the cells on the second floor. & no we didnt have a board w/ us this time. But if u bring a ouija board w/ u, u will most likely communicate w/ sum inmates that died there named Tommy, Timmy & Richard.
but last time we went about 3 years ago during day time we had an ouija board with us & alot of crazy stuff happenedWe also learned alot about that prison & how alot of the inmates were killed. & that the wardens would let the kkk come in & fight the inmates, which was very messed up. & all the inmates that died there were buried on that land. But if u bring a ouija board w/ u, u will most likely communicate w/ sum inmates that died there named Tommy, Timmy & Richard.
We also went to the womens years ago too, but we couldnt get to the womens yesterday cuz its really over grown w/ bushes, trees, vines, etc. but we could have but we were dummies cuz we wore shorts & flip flops, lol.
ok i asked my mom about the old cementary house and the "town" in vivian since she lived in the area most of her life. The cementary and the house was in the care of our cousin who had lived there before her death the house is said to be haunted by her spirit along with the cementary since she took care of it for so long.The"town" has a sign near there called frog level wich another cousin from the Tyson side founded it delt with oil/mining before it closed
The Pea Farm Is Off 70th St Just Pass The GE Plant The Fenced In Part Its Not Even 30 Ft From The Road But You Can't See It Cut Off The Trees But Its Their I Grew Up Just Down The Street But The Trees Get Cut Down Every 15 Years So Thats In The Next 3 Years But I Just Visited It 03/17/2012
The lost city of Rodessa is on United Gas Road #2 near the Texas line and picture of the United Gas plant called the lost city is not the same site because that plant is on LA 1 at Myrtis La. Two buildings seen in the picture still stand. The foundation picture is from United Gas Road #2