Blue Heron Coal Camp

Discussion in 'Parapsychology' started by iwant2believe2, Aug 21, 2017.

  1. iwant2believe2

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    Thought Nivek might appreciate seeing some photos from our home state. Blue Heron Coal Mine is located on the Big South Fork of the Cumberland River near Stearns, KY. Many of the original buildings and landmarks still exist along with the now defunct coal mine. Some buildings are shells erected on the site where original structures would have been. Each shell has an exhibit. Blue Heron is open to the public 24/7. There are no guides or security. It has been a local haunt for a long time. Other than the obvious creepy factor of being far into dense woods in the middle of nowhere in the dead of night, the only true experience that I can relate is having been pushed sideways and nearly off a steep embankment when I commented to a nervous member that the place was 'just full of old memories that won't hurt you'.

    These photos are open for interpretation. 115,116,117 are taken in succession, in the order posted, only seconds apart. No smoking. Elevated bridge. No observable mist. 2nd 115.JPG 2nd 116.JPG 2nd 117.JPG
     
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    2nd 112.JPG
     
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    blue heron mine apr 2013 sspi 068.JPG
     
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  6. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    That looks like a very interesting place to visit, I wouldn't hesitate to spend an evening late into the night exploring and hanging out and observe...Theres a few places of interest that I'd like to plan a road trip and stop at each place, like this coal mine...Do you have more interesting pics?...What have you sensed there?...
     
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  7. iwant2believe2

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    I have many from there...more than I thought appropriate to post. Lol I sensed that whatever remains there from the past is connected to that land.
     
  8. nivek

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    That is many times the reason, a connection to the land or the structures in some cases...There could be something they watch over, it's hard for me to speculate, but it would be good if I could visit there and get a feel for the place...
     
  9. SOUL-DRIFTER

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    How far into the coal mine can one go?
     

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