"What the . . . Did you see that?” exclaimed Miller. "I'm going to the mayor and ask him if we can at least, leave ‘it’ here for the Halloween Hayride, I've had it!”
Miller returned with news that the mayor wants "it checked out" by the police anyway, and then boarded up for safety and after Halloween, he wants it out of here!
Well . . . . the conclusion was this…The trailer was dumped or rolled down South Harrison Street, or came loose from being towed and the owner abandoned it, or the previous owner had enough of the strange noises and determined that it indeed was haunted and couldn't sell it to anyone and under the cover of fog and darkness dumped it at a spot it couldn't be seen. There seems to be no other explanation! But in the meantime, HAPPY HALLOWEEN.
You never know what spooky happenings you might see, or hear, after these unconfirmed reports as you come out to enjoy Rushville’s Haunted Trail this Saturday beginning at 7:30 p.m. and again on Saturday, Oct. 26. Don’t miss the Halloween Costume Parade on Oct. 26. It promises to be Spook-Tacular!
- Rushville Republican