Melton Pond Rd-Hendersonville NC
There is nothing else on this road other than what's left of the house and an old barn and a couple of tractor trailers to the side that are no longer in use. At the end of the road where you pull in from tabor road is Gosnell's used parts but other than that there is nothing else here.
I've visited this place on many occasions, alone and with someone. I can tell you from my own experience and from what my companion told me, this place is haunted. I didn't find this place in the shadowlands index or on ghosts of america or any other website featuring haunted places. This one was my own find.
My experiences and my companions say this is a haunted place. It doesn't really seem creepy. It's a beautiful area as a matter of fact.
Every time I've been there something weird or strange happens. There are odd noises. It feels like I'm being watched even though no one is there. The oddities occur mostly at what's left of the garage. Although my companion says the occurences happened at the barn for him. There isn't a great distance from the barn to the garage.
I can't find any history on the place so I don't know what there is nothing left but the carport. I read about a year ago there was a fire somewhere probably in this or the surrounding area that was supposed to be haunted but I could never get enough information to find the place and I can no longer find the website where this information was listed.
It is quite creepy at night. You are quite sure to hear strange sounds and noises. I've taken pictures at night at this place but nothing really interesting that I could see showed up on the photographs. Although I need to take a second look and take more pictures.
Interest level: Scale 1-20, a 12. It is very interesting, it is a beautiful area, it is private, not too many people come to this spot although a few do. At night automobiles from the hwy(it is off US Hwy 25) cannot see a vehicle parked up there. However someone does use it to store bails of hay. Be careful in the barn if exploring there, it has quite a large dropoff down to a lower level and you would most likely get hurt if a fall occured.
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