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Rose Hall Great House - My Scariest Adventure
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Photo Contest Entry #08 -Rose Hall Great House - My Scariest Adventure
It was January my daughter birthday was near so me and few of my family decided to surprise my daughter and take her to the Great House because she always ask and say she is curious about it.
The thing is, that Great House was the one located at Rose Hall where the white witch by the name Annie Palmer lived. Yes finally, it was my daughter birthday and I was feeling so excited like it was my birthday!!!
Now the adventure all started when we reach at the Great House and I was about to make my entrance in I saw Annie Palmer standing and looking at me she was in a long white dress and her hair was tall and black I was feeling so shaky but I didn’t bother to say anything to anyone because I did not want my daughter to feel scared on her birthday so we went on where the tour guide take us to the dining room there was a long table and I saw people who look like back in the days slaves scrubbing the floors and cleaning the table.
When we left the dining room there was a room with a chandelier there were few chairs that look comfy and a little table. underground there was a little cave with a bar in the cave there was also gadgets there where Annie Palmer used to kill people there was even a bear trap.
When I left the cave the tour guide take us to the spot where Annie Palmer was buried as we arrived at her grave there was a lady there. She started singing I could heard Annie Palmer name in her song and as soon as the lady stop sing I heard bottle breaking the one's which was alongside Annie Palmer grave.
I could feel her spirit as if she was angry or something, now I am really scared , the tour was over anyway so we were on our way leaving when I saw Annie Palmer following me.
This time I did not hesitate to tell someone what I saw but when I did no one believe me because they did not see Annie Palmer but I did, it’s like she was only visible to me and that was my scariest adventure.
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