Let’s watch Dead Explorer Episode 1. This is one of the most searched Dead Explorer episodes on YouTube! Watch and find out why!
Dead Explorer Episode 1
So why are so many people looking for Dead Explorer Episode 1? Truth is, it doesn’t really exist. I didn’t use the name Dead Explorer for awhile. The first two ghost hunting videos I filmed where at Moore’s Crossing Bridge and Oakwood Cemetery. When I decided to investigate full time, I decided to use the name Dead Explorer, but at that point I didn’t want to call either of my original videos episode 1.
Oakwood Cemetery (also known as City Cemetery) is considered one of the most haunted places in Austin, Texas. It’s the oldest city-owned cemetery and great place for history buffs and paranormal investigators. Legend states that the first tenants were victims of a Comanche attack whose bodies were laid to rest on the same hill in the 1850s. Later on, dead paupers, who were used in medical experiments, were buried in unmarked graves on the cemetery’s south side. In addition, graves without permanent markers were subject to reburial after a given period. Despite its protected status in the National Register of Historic Places, the cemetery has been subject to crime, vandalism and decay for decades. Locals believe that this troubled history has caused the cemetery to be haunted! Interesting Fact: Oakwood Cemetery covers over 40 acres with over 23,000 graves!
Moore’s Crossing Bridge
Moore’s Bridge Crossing is considered by many as one of the most haunted places in Austin, Texas. Witnesses say ghostly apparitions have been spotted on and around the bridge. Legend states that a white man was hung, by a mob, from one of the cross beams because of a forbidden love affair with a black woman.
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