A witch and a ghost hunter visit a haunted Indian massacre site and capture creepy experiences on video!
The Killough Massacre
Per Wikipedia: “The Killough Massacre is believed to have been both the largest and last Native American attack on white settlers in East Texas. The massacre took place on October 5, 1838, near Larissa (north of Jacksonville) in the northwestern part of Cherokee County. There were eighteen victims, who included Isaac Killough, Sr., and his extended family (viz. the families of four sons and two daughters). They had immigrated to the Republic of Texas from Talladega County, Alabama, in 1837, settling on December 24th of that year.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killough_massacre
Hanging Out With a Witch
As a paranormal investigator, I am always looking for ways to expand my knowledge about the world around me. I believe the more you know about others and their cultures and beliefs the more you know about yourself. I met Gayle Tracey-Mull when working with a friend on her documentary about spirit boards. I found her to be real sincere and I promised if I ever returned to her neck of the woods I would give her a call. I was really fascinated with the idea of hanging out with a “witch” at a haunted location. So much of what we think about witches involves fairy tale stories of little green woman flying on broomsticks. In reality, Gayle considers herself a pagan more than a witch and what she practices is more a religion than witchcraft. There is definitely a strong spirituality to Gayle and her faith is as strong as any person I have ever met, regardless of religion.
Special Thank You
With that said, I want to extend a special thank you to Gayle for her consultation in this video. Not only did she go to the Killough Massacre site with me, she also invited me to her house to learn about tarot cards. Gayle is a high priestess of a coven, a light worker, and a life coach. If you would like to communicate with Gayle you can reach her at http://www.gayletracey-mull.com.