History of Oakdale Cemetery
Oakdale Cemetery was chartered on December 27, 1852 by the General Assembly of North Carolina. The founders purchased 65 acres for $1,100. The acreage now has grown to about 100 acres of natural beauty. Created during the era of the Rural Cemetery Movement in the US, Oakdale was the first in the state, only fitting for the most populous city in the state at the time. It was five blocks beyond the town boundaries.
Friday, December 30, 2011
Ghost at Oakdale Cemetery
We took these pictures thru the window of the crept. Can you see the faces? The weirdest part is, everytime I look at these pictures, the faces seem to change. !!!!
Labels: Ghost in Wilmington NC
Ghost @ Paddy's Hollow
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Fred the Ghost, pictured below is a great example of local spooky lore.
I took this picture in Paddy Hollows located in The Cotton Exchange in beautiful downtown Wilmington NC. It was about 4:oo pm in the afternoon. I had just finished talking to the bartender about the possibility of ghost haunting the old place. Goofing around, I took several pictures. In this one you can see the face of Fred the Ghost.
He is said to haunt the bar and loves to pull practicaljokes on the restaurant staff.