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Dee Dee D wrote a review Sep 2019
Corsicana, Texas6 contributions1 helpful vote
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VERY CHILLING VISIT> We visited the site a little after mid night on Sept. 29 at 12:13 AM , I had never been here and our conversations earlier made me prepare us for the the unknown. So I drew a cross on the palm of our hands (all 3 of us). The visit was nice and peaceful, calm and nothing out of the ordinary I recorded our full visit and took a few pictures. The temperature was normal, nothing out of the ordinary. Until we got in the truck and headed back. I decided to look at my hands and notice that my crosses did not look the same. I was speechless and kinda scared. I was in the back seat and my friend Thomas looks back and ask whats wrong and Geno looks back then as well as they notice my face reaction, I felt chills and I think i lost my color. I notice that half my crosses are gone. They looked at their palms and Thomas had all his cross but Geno was missing the complete part of the cross from goes from side to side. But guess what? We found it! Guess where is was? It appeared on my hand. OMG this was a scary moment. Still yet talking bout it brings me chills. Wish I could share picture on here. But you can look me up on FB. Dee Dee Rachel Dickert. I will be sharing this experience.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Tim G wrote a review Feb 2016
Amarillo, Texas43 contributions6 helpful votes
I saw this on tripadvisor as something to do in Comanche, Texas. I decided this sounded interesting. It was a little hard to find but I was able to locate it. It is on the side of a county road. It is quiet and peaceful. You can imagine what it must have been like in 1870 when this tragic event happened. I left a coin as is the custom and took a few pictures. It will kill and our or so to drive to and back from Comanche. It was worth the drive.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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Dajo43 wrote a review Aug 2015
Fort Worth, Texas151 contributions52 helpful votes
This is nothing but a grave in the middle of a dirt road, but I am very partial to it. By searching The Sipe Springs Angel on texansunited.com, you can find the full story of this little grave. Without that story, the grave won't mean much.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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BobShelton wrote a review Sep 2014
Honey Grove, Texas441 contributions184 helpful votes
This is one of those little known and hidden places that only the locals know about. A three year old pioneer girl died and was buried next to the road, and the grave is maintained by the county and several other area visitors. Her name is unknown, but it is commonly known as the "Penny grave" due to people leaving coins on her gravesite. Add this one to your list of places to visit.
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Date of experience: September 2014
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