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I spent more time than I should have, working on this, and almost gave up a few times. I still need to improve my technique for inking edges. I also need to improve my technique for making something look like it is layered (peeled away corrugated cardboard) and underneath (three dimensional).
The images are from a DuckDuckGo search and Photos Public Domain. (See the side of my blog for links.)
I've been to this place a few times. It is true about it being very
silent. In the middle of the summer, when all of the bugs were buzzing
loudly on the outskirts of the woods, none were heard further inside, in
the middle of the woods. Any bird calls I heard were in the distance,
and none were overhead.
I personally have never experienced anything out of the ordinary while I
was here, but that could be because I am a non-believer. I did have one inexplicable photograph but I still don't know what caused it.
1) The original video said it was "captured on Chase Avenue" when there
is no such street near Dudleytown in Cornwall, CT. A recent comment on
the clearer video said "the video is filmed from a house on forest road
on the priory estate." I'm not sure if the location they mean is
actually Dark (Forest) Entry Road.
2) The effect in the Dudleytown video of someone "walking along the edge
of the road" is very similar to the fake effect in this "ghost" video
posted by the same person. At the end of that video, you can see the
ghost's head strike the overhead light cord/string that is hanging down
from the ceiling. Obviously the same "special effects" method was used
to create the Dudleytown video.
This is often rated as the most haunted location in Connecticut, and is
allegedly haunted by the "White Lady". I've gone here several times,
during daytime and nighttime, but I never saw anything supernatural.
Allegedly Captain Kidd's pirate treasure is buried here and the island
is haunted/cursed. The island is accessible from shore via a sandbar
(tombolo) at low tide, so I need to time my visit accordingly.